Particle and Fields

Wednesdays from 3 to 4pm. Held in PRB 595.

View all events from the academic year.
Jan15
Matthew Reece
Harvard University
2:00 PM
Exploring Dark Matter Possibilities
Jan21
JiJi Fan
Syracuse University
2:00 PM
Higgs as a Lamp Post of New Physics
Jan26
Liam Fitzpatrick
Stanford University
2:00 PM
Universal Dynamics from the Conformal Bootstrap
Feb04
Anson Hook
IAS
2:00 PM
Confronting the strong CP problem at the LHC
Feb11
Stefania Gori
Perimeter Institute
2:00 PM
New strategies for Higgs physics
Feb17
Rafael Porto
ICTP
2:00 PM
Decoding the Dark Universe: From the Big Bang to Large Scales
Feb25
Andrew Larkoski
MIT
3:00 PM
Soft Theorems from Effective Field Theory
Mar02
Kathryn Zurek
LBNL
3:00 PM
Is a Higgs Vacuum Instability Fatal for High Scale Inflation?
Mar17
Jakub Scholtz
Harvard University
3:00PM
Dissipative Dark Matter and the Andromeda Plane of Satellites
Mar25
Gerald Dunne
University of Connecticut
3:30 PM
Resurgence and trans-series in quantum field theory
Apr01
Ben Safdi
MIT
3:30 PM
The Fermi GeV excess: annihilating dark matter or millisecond pulsars?
Apr08
Bart Horn
Columbia University
3:30 PM
Soft-pion theorems and the nonlinear regime of large scale structure
Apr17
John McGreevy
University of California, San Diego
3:30 PM
QFT entanglement bounds from expanding universe and from thermodynamics
Apr22
Eric Kuflik
Cornell University
3:30 PM
The SIMPlest Miracle
Apr29
Chris Brust
Perimeter Institute
3:30 PM
TBA
May04
Diego Guadagnoli
LAPTh/Annecy
3:30 PM
TBA