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High Energy Theory/Reliticity/Cosmology Physics Seminars

High Energy Theory/ Relativity/ Cosmology Physics Seminars 2013 - 2014

SPRING SEMESTER  |  FALL SEMESTER  | SUMMER

Jan 13, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Kevin Croker

Multiple gravitational actions in multimetric gravity

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Jan 27, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Phil Rodrigues

Recent Results from the MINERvA experiment

University of Rochester

Feb 7, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Dragan Huterer

Falsifying Paradigms for Cosmic Acceleration

University of Michigan

Feb 10, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Aleksey Cherman

Resurgence in quantum field theory: handling the Devil's invention

University of Minnesota

Feb 24, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

JiJi Fan

Double disk dark matter

Syracuse University

Mar 24, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

David Schaich

Composite dark matter on the lattice: the effective Higgs interaction

Syracuse University

Apr 7, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Gary Goldstein

Angular Momentum in the Highest Energy Collisions and the Structure of the Hadrons

Tufts University

Apr 11, 2014
Location: Room 208 Physics, 2:00pm

Anna Hasenfratz

Strongly coupled gauge theories in and out of the conformal window

University of Colorado Boulder

Apr 14, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Bithika Jain

Higgs decays in gauge extensions of the standard model

Syracuse University

Apr 21, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Erich Poppitz

Insightful supersymmetry

University of Toronto

Apr 25, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Abhay Ashtekar

Gravitational Physics with a Positive Lambda: Some surprises

Institute of Gravitational Physics, Penn State

Apr 28, 2014
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Graham Kribs

Split Dirac Supersymmetry and a Higgsino LSP

University of Oregon
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Sep 9, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Simon Catterall

Spontaneous gauge symmetry breaking in strongly coupled lattice theories

Syracuse University

Sep 20, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Matt Reece

Constraints on Neutralino Dark Matter

Harvard University

Oct 7, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Daping Du

Lattice QCD and its applications to semileptonic decays

Syracuse University

Oct 14, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Aharon Davidson

Holographic Entropy Packing

Ben Gurion University

Oct 18, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Alexander Vikman

Price for NEC-violation

CERN

Oct 21, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Tom DeGrand

Baryons in large N QCD as seen by the lattice

University of Colorado Boulder

Oct 22, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

David Weir

Gravitational waves from the sound of a first order phase transition

Helsinki Institute of Physics

Oct 28, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Jayanth Neelakanta

The velocity-dispersion of Cold Dark Matter

Syracuse University

Nov 4, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

David Schaich

From Lattice Strong Dynamics to Electroweak Phenomenology

Syracuse University

Nov 11, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Riccardo Penco

Goldstone bosons with spontaneously broken Lorentz symmetry

Columbia University

Nov 25, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Philip Mannheim

The origin of the cosmological constant problem and a possible solution to it

University of Connecticut

Dec 2, 2013
Location: Room 202/204 Physics, 2:00pm

Masanori Hanada

Numerical test of the gauge/gravity duality at quantum gravity level

Kyoto University
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