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Tid og sted: 22. okt. 2014 13:05, FØ467

Michael Kachelriess, NTNU

The IceCube Collaboration announced 2012 evidence for the first detection of extraterrestrial neutrinos. Meanwhile, the discovery of a extraterrestrial neutrino flux (of surprisingly large magnitude) has been established. After a review of the basic ideas of high-energy neutrino astrophysics, I discuss possible sources for these neutrinos and their signatures.  I  discuss the neutrino yield from collisions of cosmic ray nuclei with gas and the possibility that Galactic sources can explain the IceCube excess. I review also the cascade bound on extragalactic neutrinos and its consequences.

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Tid og sted: 29. okt. 2014 13:05, FØ467

Pat Scott , Imperial College London

Searches for particle physics beyond the Standard Model come in many forms, from searches for new particles at accelerators to gamma-ray and neutrino telescopes, cosmic ray detectors and ultra-clean experiments deep underground.  Efforts to combine multiple search channels in 'global fits' to new physics scenarios typically consider only a subset of the available channels, and apply them to a very small range of possible theories. Astroparticle searches in particular are usually only included in a very approximate way, if at all.  In this talk I will review recent progress in improving this situation, and preview some of the future developments and challenges in this field.

Tid og sted: 31. okt. 2014 13:15, Lille fysiske auditorium, Fysikkbygningen

Master of Science Humayra Ferdous ved Fysisk institutt vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d: "Study of Changes in Lung Transfer Impedance due to Ventilation Using Focused Impedance Measurement (FIM) Technique"

 

Tid og sted: 6. nov. 2014 12:05 - 13:00, Store fys aud, The Physics Building

Introduction by Wojciech Miloch

Tid og sted: 13. nov. 2014 12:05 - 13:00, Store fys aud, The Physics Building
Tid og sted: 20. nov. 2014 12:05 - 13:00, Store fys aud, The Physics Building

Introduction by Lasse Vines