Seminars and Journal Clubs
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Lunch Seminars (every Wednesday at 1pm) and Journal Clubs.
- 19 Mar Juan Antonio Aguilar Saavedra, "Elusive hadronic signals at the LHC"
- 14 Mar Thomas Lacroix, "Simple self-consistent prediction methods for the phase space of dark matter: from galactic dynamics to phenomenology"
- 14 Mar Stefan Von Buddenbrock, "Studies on anomalous LHC multi-lepton results with the H -> Sh decay mode"
- 07 Mar Tevong You, "Implications of Decoupling New Physics"
- 28 Feb Chiara Caprini, "Cosmology with Gravitational Waves"
- 21 Feb Joshua Ruderman, "Phases of Thermal Relic Dark Matter"
- 18 Feb Narayan Rana, "Three loop QCD corrections to massive form factors"
- 14 Feb Daniele Trocino, "Heavy Neutral Lepton searches in CMS"
- 12 Feb Michele Selvaggi, "The FCC-hh: A 100 TeV hadron-collider for the exploration of the energy frontier"
- 06 Feb Neil Turok, "CPT invariant universe: a minimal explanation of cosmic dark matter"