Events - Page 11

Time and place: Jan. 24, 2018 1:05 PM2:00 PM, Ø467

Richard Ruiz, Durham University

Weekly Theory Seminar.

Time and place: Jan. 22, 2018 1:15 PM, Department of Chemistry - auditorium 2

Master of Science Hamed Panahi at Department of Physics will be defending the thesis 

“Maturation processes and simulation of fracturing and flow of organic substances from immature shales and consequence on primary migration

for the degree of PhD

Time and place: Jan. 22, 2018 10:15 AM, Department of Chemistry - auditorium 3

Doctoral candidate Master in Physics Hamed Panahi at Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

"Strain localization in porous rocks"

Time and place: Jan. 18, 2018 1:15 PM, Lille Fysiske auditorium

Master of Science Simon Feigl at Department of Physics will be defending the thesis 

“Novel Pixel-Detector Developments for Upgrades of the ATLAS Central Tracking System at the LHC”

for the degree of PhD

Time and place: Jan. 18, 2018 10:15 AM, Kristian Birkelands auditorium (Ø157)

Doctoral candidate Master in Physics Simon Feigl at Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

"Discovery of Gravitational Waves"

Time and place: Jan. 17, 2018 1:05 PM2:00 PM, Ø467

Douglas Lundholm, KTH Stockholm

Quantum systems confined to planar geometries may exhibit effective particles with unusual statistics, known as anyons. These can be modeled as identical particles (either bosons or fermions) in 2D with magnetic flux attached to them, resulting in a notoriously difficult many-body problem. I plan to review some recent progress on understanding the basic properties of the anyon gas, including its emergence in the fractional quantum Hall setting, the validity of an average-field description for almost-bosonic anyons, as well as rigorous estimates for the ground-state energy of the ideal and the extended gas. The talk will be based on work in collaborations with M. Correggi, R. Duboscq, S. Larson, V. Qvarfordt, N. Rougerie, R. Seiringer and J. P. Solovej.

(The slides will be available here)

Time and place: Jan. 17, 2018 12:15 PM1:00 PM, 414

Seminar by Tom Mitchell (UCL)

Time: Jan. 2, 2018Jan. 7, 2018

The 25th Nordic Particle Physics Meeting (Spåtind 2018) will take place at the Thon Hotel in Skeikampen (Norway), from Tuesday, January 2 to Sunday, January 7, 2018.

Conference web page.

Time and place: Dec. 13, 2017 1:05 PM2:00 PM, Ø467

Cedric Wieland, Durham University

Weekly Theory Seminar.

Time and place: Dec. 11, 2017 1:15 PM, Lille fysiske auditorium (V232)

Cand. Scient. Fred-Johan Pettersen at Department of Physics will be defending the thesis 

"Bioimpedance as a tool in Cardiac resyncronisation therapy"

for the degree of PhD

Time and place: Dec. 11, 2017 10:15 AM, Lille fysiske auditorium

Doctoral candidate Cand. Scient. Fred-Johan Pettersen at Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

"Bionics in biomedical engineering. An overview over the field and the biotechnical issues."

Time and place: Dec. 7, 2017 12:00 PM1:00 PM, 414

Seminar by post-doc Xin Zhong

Time and place: Nov. 30, 2017 1:15 PM, Auditorium 3, Helga Engs Hus

Master of Science Chengxin Zhao at Department of Physics will be defending the thesis 

“A radiation tolerance study of the ALICE TPC Readout Control Unit 2”

for the degree of PhD

Time and place: Nov. 30, 2017 12:00 PM1:00 PM, 414

Seminar by post-doc Alban Souche

Time and place: Nov. 30, 2017 10:15 AM, auditorium 3, Helga Engs Hus

Doctoral candidate Chengxin Zhao at Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

"Machine/Deep Learning and Neural Nets — Important techniques valuable for analysis of LHC experiments"

Time and place: Nov. 29, 2017 1:05 PM2:00 PM, Ø467

Mauro Valli, INFN Rome

Weekly Theory Seminar, and also part of the seminar series of the Strategic Dark Matter Initiative.

Time and place: Nov. 27, 2017 12:00 PM1:00 PM, 414

Seminar by Evangelos Moulas (University of Lausanne)

Time and place: Nov. 22, 2017 1:05 PM2:00 PM, Ø467

Jan Heisig, RWTH Aachen

The origin and nature of the dark matter in the Universe is one of the most pressing questions in fundamental physics. The combination of particle physics and cosmology has proven to be a successful avenue leading to the well-established theory of big bang nucleosynthesis that explains the primordial abundances of light elements. In the similar manner an extrapolation to even earlier times in the Universe has led to the WIMP (Weakly Interacting Massive Particle) freeze-out paradigm - one of the best motivated explanations of the dark matter relic abundance measured today. However, despite an enormous experimental effort no conclusive hint for WIMPs has been found, putting pressure on the WIMP dark matter explanation. In this talk we examine new avenues beyond the standard WIMP picture. We show that scrutinizing the well-known co-annihilation scenario and dropping the commonly made assumption of chemical equilibrium between co-annihilating partners offers new phenomenological possibilities. By solving the full coupled set of Boltzmann equations we find solutions that accommodate the measured dark matter density while requiring very small couplings that are in accordance with current null-results in WIMP searches. [continued below]

(The slides will be available here)

Time and place: Nov. 16, 2017 12:15 PM1:00 PM, V414

Seminar by Anne Pluymakers and co-authors:

Pluymakers, A.1), Liu, J.2,3), Kohler, F.1), Renard, F. 1,4), Dysthe, D. 1)

1) PGP, University of Oslo, postboks 1048, 0316 Oslo, Norway; 2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, 5600 MB, Eindhoven, Netherlands; 3) Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, 3584 CD, Utrecht, Netherlands; 4) University Grenoble Alpes & CNRS, ISTerre, Grenoble, France

Time and place: Nov. 10, 2017 1:15 PM, Lille fysiske auditorium (V232)

Master of Science Jonas Gliß at Department of Physics will be defending the thesis 

"Passive UV remote sensing of volcanic sulphur and halogen emissions"

for the degree of PhD

Time and place: Nov. 10, 2017 10:15 AM, Lille fysiske auditorium

Doctoral candidate Master in Physics Jonas Gliß at Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

"Effects from ash and aerosols in volcanic plumes on SO2 emission measurements, in specific using UV-cameras".

Time and place: Nov. 8, 2017 1:05 PM2:00 PM, Ø467

Thomas Konstandin, DESY

I will give an overview over the potential impact of (recent and future) observations of gravitational waves on cosmology and particle physics. This ranges from the measurement of the equation of state of QCD and the Hubble expansion parameter to (black hole) dark matter and inflation. I will dwell a little bit more on the connection to cosmological phase transitions that are mostly interesting to future space-based gravitational wave observatories.

(The slides will be available here)

Time and place: Nov. 3, 2017 1:15 PM, Lille fysiske auditorium (V232)

Master of Science Riccard Andersson at Department of Physics will be defending the thesis 

"A Machine Protection Risk Management Method for Complex Systems"

for the degree of PhD

Time and place: Nov. 3, 2017 10:15 AM, Lille fysiske auditorium

Doctoral candidate Master in Physics Riccard Andersson at Department of Physics will give a trial lecture on the given topic:

"Imaging proton beam diagnostics, with emphasis on the target imaging system of ESS"

Time and place: Nov. 2, 2017 12:15 PM1:00 PM, 414

Seminar by Øystein Thorden Haug