Regular seminars are Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. in Wilson Hall, Curia II.
Special dates or rooms are given below.
At the moment, all theory seminars are online. See indico with all online scientific seminars here.
Zoom link information:
If you have a FNAL Services account, you can find the link to the seminar here.
Otherwise, the link can be given upon request.
|Raw date||Event date||Title||Speakers||Host||Summary||Links|
|20210128||Jan. 28, 2021||Pushed from the Precipice: Lattice Field Theory for Quantum Computers||Hank Lamm, FNAL||Roni Harnik||Over the past five decades, Euclidean lattice field theory has matured into a broad program capable of making precise QCD predictions. While its success is undeniable, certain problems in real time and at finite density elude it due to sign problems. Early on, Feynman pointed out that many of these problems are naturally solvable on... More »|
|20210211||Feb. 11, 2021||TBD||Ryan Janish, FNAL|
|20210218||Feb. 18, 2021||TBD||Asher Berlin, New York U.||Roni Harnik|
|20210225||Feb. 25, 2021||TBD||Vedran Brdar, FNAL/Northwestern U.|
|20210304||March 4, 2021||An unambiguous test of positivity at lepton colliders||Jiayin Gu, U. Mainz||Ying-Ying||The diphoton channel at lepton colliders, e+e- (mu+mu-) -> gamma gamma, has a remarkable feature that the leading new physics contribution comes only from dimension-eight operators. This contribution is subject to a set of positivity bounds, derived from fundamental principles of Quantum Field Theory, such as unitarity, locality, analyticity and Lorentz invariance. These positivity bounds are thus... More »|
|20210311||March 11, 2021||TBD||Shirley Li, FNAL|
|20210325||March 25, 2021||TBD||Florian Herren, FNAL|