Particle and Astroparticle Theory Seminar

Usually on Mondays 11:30 or 16:30 Uhr in the Seminar Room GE339 gentner laboratory

Organisation: Werner Rodejohann

Archive of past seminars

Winter semester 2020/21

  • 2020/10/14, 04:00 pm, Asst Prof. Dr. Nassim Bozorgnia (York University, Toronto, Canada): Inferring the dark matter distribution from simulations and observations
  • 2020/11/02, 04:30 pm, Prof. Damiano Anselmi (Pisa U.): Quantum gravity with purely virtual particles: from quantum field theory to primordial cosmology
  • 2020/11/09, 04:30 pm, Dr. Kai Schmitz (CERN): NANOGrav and possible implications
  • 2020/11/16, 04:30 pm, Dr. Massimo Passera (INFN, Padua): Muon g-2 and the Δα connection
  • 2020/11/23, 04:30 pm, Dr. Luca Amendola (Heidelberg U.): Searching for dark matter and dark energy in the dark ages
  • 2020/11/30, 04:30 pm, Dr. Andrei Angelescu (MPIK): Strong Phase Transitions from TeV-Scale Fermions
  • 2020/12/07, 04:30 pm, Dr. Aaron C. Vincent (Queen's U., Kingston): DM in stars
  • 2020/12/14, 04:30 pm, Prof. Andrew J. Long (Rice U.): X-ray Signatures of Axion Emission from Compact Stars
  • 2021/01/11, 04:30 pm, Prof. Tony Gherghetta (Minnesota U.): New 5D Perspectives on the QCD Axion
  • 2021/01/14, 04:15 pm, Dr. Aqeel Ahmed (MPIK): Gravitational production of vector dark matter
  • 2021/01/18, 04:30 pm, Dr. Xu Feng (Peking U.): Lattice contributions to neutrinoless double beta decay
  • 2021/01/25, 04:30 pm, Dr. Johannes Herms (MPIK): Thermal relics beyond minimal dark sectors
  • 2021/01/27, 04:00 pm, Associate Prof. Dr. Abigail Vieregg (University of Chicago, USA): Discovering the Highest Energy Neutrinos With Radio Phased Arrays
  • 2021/02/01, 04:30 pm, Dr. Manibrata Sen (UC, Berkeley): Fundamental physics with the diffuse supernova background neutrinos
  • 2021/02/08, 04:30 pm, Prof. Alessandro Mirizzi (Bari U.): Axion limits from astrophysics
  • 2021/02/15, 04:30 pm, Prof. Gilad Perez (Weizmann Inst.): Implications of KOTO