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|
|20220526||May 26, 2022||TBD||Toby Opferkuch, UC Berkeley||Ryan Janish|
|20220531||May 31, 2022||*Please note date - Tuesday * - Atom Interferometer Tests of Dark Matter||Yikun Wang, Caltech|
|20220602||June 2, 2022||Determining the Neutrino Lifetime From Cosmology||Abhish Dev, FNAL||Neutrinos are the most mysterious particles in the standard model. Many of their fundamental properties such as their masses, lifetimes, and nature (Dirac or Majorana) are yet to be pinned down by experiments. Currently, the strongest bound on neutrino masses comes from cosmology. This bound is obtained by scrutinizing the gravitational effect of the cosmic... More »|
|20220609||June 9, 2022||TBD [QIS]||Alessandro Baroni, Los Alamos National Laboratory||Noemi Rocco|
|20220616||June 16, 2022||Conformal Colliders Meet the LHC||Ian Moult, Yale||Florian Herren||Jets of hadrons produced at high-energy colliders provide experimental access to the dynamics of asymptotically free quarks and gluons and their confinement into hadrons. Motivated by recent developments in conformal field theory, we propose a reformulation of jet substructure as the study of correlation functions of a specific class of light-ray operators and their associated... More »|
|20220623||June 23, 2022||TBD||Andrew Long, Rice University||Ryan Janish|
|20220630||June 30, 2022||TBD||Peter Skands, Monash||Florian Herren|