Mondays, 1:30 or 2:00pm (check seminar below for starting time)
MIT Center for Theoretical Physics, Cosman Seminar room 6C-442
Organizers:Tracy Slatyer, Jesse Thaler, Ben Safdi, Phiala Shanahan, Wei Xue
September 14th 1:30pm
``New Techniques for New Physics Discoveries in Run 2 at the LHC"
James Gainer, Univrsity of Florida
September 21st 2:00pm
"A Hybrid Strong/Weak Coupling Model for Jet Quenching in Heavy Ion Collisions"
Dani Pablos, Barcelona/MIT
September 28th 1:30pm
``Mysteries of Cosmic High-Energy Neutrinos"
Kohta Murase, Penn State
October 5th 1:30pm
"Flavor of Naturalness Beyond Vanilla"
JiJi Fan, Brown
October 12th no seminar due to Columbus Day
October 13th (Tuesday this week only) 2:00pm
``Aspects of Nuclear Physics and Puzzles Revealed by Lattice QCD"
Martin Savage, University of Washington
October 19th 1:30pm
‘The BFKL equation and non-global logarithms"
Simon Caron-Huot, NBI, TPPC Copenhagen
October 26th 1:30pm
``Freeze-In Dark Matter with Displaced Signatures at Colliders"
Francesco D'Eramo, UC Santa Cruz
November 2nd 1:30pm
``Discovering the QCD Axion with Black Holes and Gravitational Waves"
Masha Baryakhtar, Perimeter Institute
November 9th 1:30pm
``NNaturalness, a new solution to the hierarchy problem"
Raffaele Tito D'Agnolo, IAS
November 16th 2:00pm
``Towards a data-driven analysis of hadronic light-by-light scattering"
Martin Hoferichter,U Washington
November 23rd 1:30pm
"Non-renormalization Theorems without Supersymmetry"
Clifford Cheung, CalTech
November 30th 2:00pm
``Thermalization and hydrodynamization in weakly coupled heavy-ion collisions''
Aleksi Kurkela, CERN
December 7th 1:30pm
``Precision Predications for VH, and their impact on new physics searches"
Ciaran Williams, University of Buffalo
Seminare are over for this semester, check back in February 2016.