Theory Seminars— 2016

Regular seminars of the Fermilab Theoretical Physics Department are scheduled for
Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Wilson Hall, Curia II.

Special dates or rooms are announced below.
The speaker's name links to a listing of recent preprints; the title to slides of talks.

Date   Speaker Host Title (click title to see slides)
January 7 No Seminar
January 14 No Seminar
January 21 Aarti Veernala
(local) Two Dimensional Super QCD on the Lattice
January 28 Hong Zhang
Ohio State
Paddy Inclusive Higgs Production at Large Transverse Momentum
February 4 Simon Knapen
UC, Berkeley
Paddy The SM mass hierarchies
February 11 Alex Friedland
Pilar Secluded Neutrinos: From Planck to Icecube
February 18 No Seminar  
February 26
Friday, 1pm (Curia II)
Stefan Prestel
Andreas Simulating scattering events accurately
March 3 Andreas von Manteuffel
Johannes-Gutenberg University
Walter Precise predictions for the LHC
March 8
Tuesday, 2:30pm (One West)
Daniel Hernandez
Paddy A chiral U(1) symmetry, dark matter and neutrino masses
March 9
Wednesday, 1pm (Curia II)
Shunzo Kumano
Stephen Structure functions of hadrons
March 10
Duff Neill
John The Soft Substructure of Jets
March 14
Monday, 1pm (One West)
Andrew Larkoski
Walter Precision Jet Substructure at the Large Hadron Collider
March 17
Stephen Amplitudes Workshop
March 22
Pilar Coloma
Estia Neutrinos as a window to New Physics
March 23
Wednesday (Curia II)
Jakub Scholtz
Seyda Flooded Dark Matter and solving Core/Cusp with fermionic dark matter
March 24
David McKeen
University of Washington
Bogdan What can we learn from neutrinos?
March 31
David V. Forero
Virginia Tech
Pilar Testing New Physics with Oscillation Neutrino Experiments
April 7
Rabindra N. Mohapatra
University of Maryland
Boris Parity solution to strong CP problem and Implications
April 14
Roberto Vega-Morales
University of Granada
Paddy LHC Probes of the Higgs and Other Scalars
April 21
Yoni Kahn
Paddy A Broadband Approach to Axion Dark Matter Detection
April 26
Viviana Niro
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Pilar Neutrino mass limits from galaxy surveys and implication for particle physics
April 28
Nirmal Raj
University of Notre Dame
Pilar Compressed Gluinos at the LHC
May 5
Masha Baryakhtar
Perimeter Institute
Kiel Searching for the QCD Axion at Advanced LIGO with Black Holes and Gravitational Waves
May 12
Simon Catterall
Aarti Fermion masses without symmetry breaking
May 19
Xu Feng
Columbia University
Ran Exploratory lattice QCD study of the rare kaon decay $K^+\to\pi^+\nu\bar{\nu}$
May 26
Malte Buschmann
Mainz U., PRISMA
(local) Lepton Jets from Radiating Dark Matter
June 2 Stefan Meinel
Arizona University
Ran Flavor physics with heavy baryons
June 9 Tobias Neumann
University of Buffalo
John The Higgs boson at high pT
June 14
Tuesday, WH3NE
Christine Davies
University of Glasgow
Andreas Stress-testing the Standard model with lattice QCD
June 23 Seodong Shin
Indiana U.
Zhen Vectorlike leptons from Drell-Yan and heavy Higgs cascade processes
June 28
Kyoungchul Kong
Kansas U.
Bogdan Search for New Physics at the LHC Run II
July 7 No seminar  
July 14 Gopolang Mohlabeng
Fermilab/Kansas U.
(local) Multi-Component Dark Matter through the Radiative Higgs Portal
July 21
Peter Denton
Fermilab/Vanderbilt U.
(local) Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter
July 26
Ulrich Nierste
KIT, Karlsruhe
Marcela News on CP violation in K,D, and B meson decays
July 28 Pyungwon Ko
Korea IAS
Stephen What if the 750 GeV diphoton excess is confirmed?
August 4 No seminar   ICHEP in Chicago
August 11 Mihailo Backovic
Louvain U. CP3
Roni A few lessons from the 750 GeV excess
August 16
Tuesday, 2pm WH3NW
Felix Kling
Fermilab/Arizona U.
(local) Mad-Maximizing Higgs Analyses at LHC
August 19
Friday, 12pm Curia II
Matthias Neubert
Mainz U., PRISMA
Marcela Analyzing the CP nature of a new scalar particle via S —> Zh decay
August 25
David Kosower
IPhT, Saclay
Walter Computing Massive Mellin-Barnes Integrals in the Minkowski Region
September 1 Kevin Kelly
Northwestern U.
Pilar New Physics Searches at DUNE
September 8
Burt Ovrut
University of Pennsylvania
Chris H. The Minimal SUSY B-L Model: Simultaneous Wilson Lines and String Thresholds (seminar in association with the Simplicity II workshop)
September 15 Chris Quigg
(local) Report on CERN’s "Physics Beyond Colliders" Workshop
September 22 Gustavo Marques-Tavares
Boston U.
Jack Relaxion from particle production
September 29 Rachel Houtz
UC Davis
Seyda Little Conformal Symmetry
October 6 Lauren Pearce
Minnesota U.
Seyda Higgs Relaxation Leptogenesis
October 13
Haipeng An
Paddy Dark matter annihilation via dark bound state formation
October 18
Tuesday, 2pm WH3NW
Alexander Natale
KIAS, Seoul
Kiel Leaving Plato's Cave: Beyond the Simplest Models of Dark Matter and Flavor Symmetry
October 20 Vincent Theeuwes
SUNY, Buffalo
John Resummation for Differential Distributions
October 27 Vedran Brdar
MITP, Mainz U.
Paddy Dark gamma ray bursts
November 3 Hua Xing Zhu
Ye Towards Realistic Simulation of t-channel Single Top-Quark Production
November 10 Bhupal Dev
Heidelberg, Max Planck Inst.
Zhen Gravitational Waves as a New Probe of Dark Matter
November 15
Tuesday, WH3NW
Claudius Krause
University of Munich
Marcela Higgs Effective Field Theories – Systematics and Applications
November 17 Ian Shoemaker
Penn State U.
November 24 No seminar   Happy Thanksgiving!
December 1 Isabel Garcia Garcia
University of Oxford
December 8 Ian Lewis
Kansas U.
December 15 Reserved
  Recap of INT Workshop
December 22  
December 29  

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