HET Seminar

Held in PRB 565.

August 1st, 2018 to July 31st, 2019. Previous/next year.
Sep12
JiJi Fan
Brown University
Higgscitement: cosmological dynamics of fine-tuning
Sep20
James Halverson
Northeastern University
Machine Learning and the String Landscape
Oct03
Kenneth Lane
Boston University
Why the Higgs is light, why it has Standard Model couplings to gauge bosons and fermions, and where there are more Higgses to be found
Oct17
Zhong-Zhi Xianyu
Harvard University
Aspects of Black Hole Binaries in Triple Systems
Oct24
Murat Kologlu
Caltech
The Conformal Bootstrap at Finite Temperature and the 3d Ising CFT
Oct31
Tim Linden
Ohio State University
The Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess
Nov01
Bernardo Zan
IHES
Walking, weakly first order phase transitions and complex CFTs
Nov07
Kimberly Boddy
Johns Hopkins University
Searching for Dark Matter Interactions in Cosmology
Nov14
Xingang Chen
Harvard University
Primordial Standard Clocks as a Direct Probe of the Scenario of the Primordial Universe
Nov15
Deanna Hooper
Aachen
Constraining Dark Matter Interactions with Lyman-alpha Data
Nov20
Jeff Dror
Berkeley/LBL
New constraints on bad gauge symmetries
Nov28
Tomer Volansky
IAS and Tel Aviv University
Probing Light Dark Matter Directly and Indirectly
Dec05
Connor Behan
Stony Brook
Duality and bootstrap for the long-range Ising model
Dec12
Daliang Li
Harvard University
The Holographic dual of a finite energy shockwave
Jan31
Vivian Poulin
Johns Hopkins
How To Resolve The Hubble Tension
Feb13
Diego Redigolo
Weizmann Institute of Science
Axions at LHC and flavor factories
Feb20
Junwu Huang
Perimeter Institute
Axion and hidden photon dark matter detection with multilayer optical haloscopes
Feb27
Yuval Grossman
Cornell University
Self-Destructing Dark Matter
Mar27
Mathew Madhavacheril
Princeton University
HET Seminar TBD
Apr10
Kristan Jensen
SFSU
HET Seminar TBD
Apr17
Andreas Karch
University of Washington
HET Seminar TBD
May01
Daivd Shinh
Rutgers University
HET Seminar TBD
May02
Tien-Tien Yu
University of Oregon
HET Seminar TBD