Theory seminars

Unless indicated otherwise, our common seminars take place on Wednesdays at 1:05 pm (note the time!), in the theory auditorium (room Ø467).

Please let me know if you want to invite anyone for a seminar. For inquiries concerning a particular speaker or talk, you can also directly contact the host. 


Autumn term 2017

 

Date

Speaker

Title

 

Host

  16/08

Luca Visinelli (NORDITA)

Dark matter capture, subdominant WIMPs, and neutrino observatories

 

[pdf]

Torsten
  23/08

Student seminar: Jeriek van den Abeele

A crash course on statistical analysis

  [Jeriek]
 

25/08

Friday, 10:00

Student seminar: August Geelmuyden

From Spacetime Ripples to Astrophysical Objects

  [August]
 

08/09

Friday, 11:00

Ankit Beniwal  (Adelaide University)

Signals from a scalar singlet electroweak baryogenesis

[pdf] Torsten / Are
  08/11

Thomas Konstandin  (DESY Hamburg)

Gravitational waves and cosmology

[pdf] Torsten
  22/11

Jan Heisig  (RWTH Aachen)

Dark matter freeze-out beyond the WIMP paradigm

[pdf] Torsten
  29/11

Mauro Valli  (Rome University)

Bayesian inference of Self-Interactions in the Dark Matter Halos of Milky Way Dwarfs

[pdf] Torsten
 

30/11

Thursday 10:15, Ø157

Student seminar: Magdalena Kersting

Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime

  [Magdalena]
  13/12

Cedric Wieland  (Durham University)

Low-scale seesaw models, lepton number conservation and Higgs physics

  Tomas

 


Spring term 2017

 

Date

Speaker

Title

 

Host

  11/01

Alessandro Cuoco (Aachen University)

Dark matter constraints from antiprotons in the light of AMS-02

 

[pdf]

Torsten
 

18/01

Farinaldo Queiroz (MPI Heidelberg)

Probing the Nature of Dark Matter

 

[pdf]

Torsten
  25/01

Jan Olav Eeg

Electric dipole moment of the neutron from a flavor changing Higgs-boson

 

[pdf]

[Jan Olav]
  01/02

Jens Chluba (University of Manchester)

What CMB spectral distortions can teach us about early-universe and particle physics

 

[pdf]

Torsten
 

03/03

Note date!

Yoann Génolini (LAPTH, Annecy)

Cosmic rays: new insights in the precision era

[pdf] Torsten
  08/03

Aritra Gupta (Harish-Chandra Inst., Allahabad)

Calculation of Momentum Distribution Function of a Non-thermal Fermionic Dark Matter

[pdf] Torsten
  22/03

Aurel Schneider (ETH Zurich)

Testing dark matter scenarios with astrophysical observations

[pdf] Torsten
  19/04

Tom Theuns (Durham University)

Hunting for dark matter in the forest

[pdf]

[key]

Anastasia
  26/04

Jon Magne Leinaas

Fermi liquids and fractional statistics in one dimension

[pdf] [Jon Magne]
  10/05

Chris Kouvaris (CP3-origins, Odense)

The hunt for Dark Matter: From Stars to detectors

[pdf] Torsten
 

24/05

12:30

Note time!

Kjetil Børkje (University College of Southeast Norway)

Single-photon optomechanics

  Susanne
  31/05

Nicolao Fornengo (University of Torino)

Looking to dark matter through gamma rays anisotropies

[pdf] Torsten
  07/06

Pat Scott (Imperial College London )

First results on dark matter and new physics from GAMBIT

  Are
         

Autumn term 2016

 

Date

Speaker

Title

 

Host

  31/08

Andi Hektor (NICPB Tallinn)

A pilgrimage to darkness

 

[pdf]

Torsten
  21/09

Oleg Lebedev (Helsiniki University)

The Higgs and cosmology

 

[pdf]

Torsten
  28/09

Jens Paaske (NBI Copenhagen)

Self-organized topological superconductivity in Yu-Shiba-Rusinov chains

 

[pdf]

Olav
 
Thursday,

29/09

Anastasia Sokolenko

Connection between diphoton and 3-boson channels

 

[pdf]

[Anastasia]
  19/10

Sebastian Wild (DESY, Hamburg)

Halo-independent methods in direct dark matter searches

 

[pdf]

Torsten
  02/11

Jeriek van den Abele

Aspects of Resurgence

 

[pdf]

[Jeriek]
  23/11

Marit Sandstad (NORDITA, Stockholm)

Primordial black holes - The possibilities and pitfalls of studying something that may not exist

 

[pdf]

Torsten
  30/11

Julia Harz (University College, London)

Towards a precise prediction of the dark matter relic density within the MSSM

[pdf]

Tomas

Spring term 2016

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

  20/01

Chad Finley (University of Stockholm)

IceCube and the High Energy Neutrinos from Space

Are
  27/01

Andrzej Hryczuk

Two (more) exceptions in the calculations of relic abundances

[Andrzej]
  03/02

Ivica Picek (University of Zagreb)

Radiative neutrino mass in light of the 750 GeV diphoton excess​

Jan Olav
  02/03

Abram Krislock

Why All Physicists Should Play and Adore Go

[Abram]
  16/03

Riccardo Catena (Chalmers, Göteborg)

Effective theory of dark matter direct detection
Torsten
  30/03

Parampreet Walia

Going one up on Dark Matter, strongly

[Param]
  13/04

Anders Tranberg (University of Stavanger)

 Baryogenesis at the Electroweak Scale​
Torsten
  27/04

Felix Kahlhoefer (DESY, Hamburg)

How (not) to use simplified models to search for dark matter at the LHC​

Torsten
 

04/05

1:15pm

Bjørn Solheim

Loop quantum gravity (LQG)​

[Bjørn]
 

11/05

3:30pm

Robert Wagner (Stockholm university)

Cherenkov Telescope Array – the next-generation ground-based gamma-ray observatory​

Torsten
  18/05

Håvard Tveit Ihle (ITA)

Late Kinetic Decoupling from Dark Matter - Dark Radiation Scattering​
Torsten
  22/06

Timo Hyart (University of Jyväskylä)

Gapless topological phases: From Weyl/Dirac fermions to Nexus semimetals​

Mats

 


Autumn term 2015

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

19/08

Yong Tang (KIAS, Seoul)

Neutrinos and Dark Matter with Astrophysical Connections

Torsten
02/09

Tomás Gonzalo (University College London)

Model Building in Grand Unified Theories

Are
09/09

Ipsita Mandal (Perimeter Institute, Waterloo)

Olav
16/09

Kåre Olaussen (NTNU Trondheim)

Cosmology with alternatives and modifications to Einstein Gravity

Carsten
14/10

David Mota (ITA, Oslo)

Cosmological Probes of Screening Mechanisms in Modified Gravity

Torsten
21/10

Gabrijela Zaharijas (University of Nova Gorica)

Cosmological dark matter annihilation signals: theoretical predictions and experimental constraints

Torsten
28/10

PhD defence of Anders Kvellestad 

Pentaquarks (note the different room & time!)

[Anders]
04/11

Bryan Webber (University of Cambridge)

Event Simulation for the Large Hadron Collider

Are
06/11

PhD defence of Lars Dal 

The discovery of the neutrinos and their properties (note the different room & time!)

[Lars]
11/11

Joachim Kopp (University of Mainz)

A Boost for Dark Matter Searches​

Torsten
18/11

Björn Herrmann (LAPTh, Annecy)

Towards a more precise prediction of the dark matter relic density​

Torsten
25/11

Piero Ullio (SISSA, Trieste)

The quest for indirect dark matter detection: a critical outlook​

Torsten
02/12

Stefan Hofmann (LMU, Munich)

Black Holes in the 1/N Expansion​

Torsten

 


Earlier Seminars

Please see the list of events in the theory group.
Published Aug. 6, 2015 10:46 AM - Last modified Dec. 8, 2017 10:49 AM