Nuclear and Particle Theory Seminar Fall 2016

Mondays, 1:30pm

MIT Center for Theoretical Physics, Cosman Seminar room 6C-442

Organizers:Tracy Slatyer, Jesse Thaler, Phiala Shanahan, Yotam Soreq


September 12, 2016

Jacub Scholtz, Harvard

“Flooded Dark Matter and Cores in Galaxies from Fermi Repulsion"


September 19, 2016

Falko Dulat, SLAC

``Precision Higgs Physics at N3LO"


September 26, 2016

Yong Zhao, MIT-CTP

``High-Energy Proton Structure from Lattice QCD"


October 3, 2016

Paulo Bedaque, U Maryland

``Go with the flow: a new way to solve the sign problem"


October 10 Columbus Day Holiday no seminar


October 17, 2016

Zohreh Davoudi, MIT-CTP

``Effective field theory and lattice QCD input for neutrinoless double beta decay"


October 24, 2106


"Off-equilibrium evolution near the QCD critical point: criticality, complexity and univesality"


October 31, 2016

Urs Wiedeman, CERN

“Renormalization-group flow of the effective action of cosmological

large-scale structures”


November 7, 2016

Ilias Cholis, Johns Hopkins University

``Have we detected Dark Matter with LIGO?"


November 14, 2016

Stefan Prestel, SLAC
"Accurate Monte-Carlo event generation beyond fixed-order precision"


November 21, 2016

Tien-Tien Yu, Stony Brook

"New Directions in Dark Matter Direct Detection"


November 28, 2016

Juan Rojo, Oxford

``The inner structure of the proton and precision LHC phenomenology"


December 5, 2016

Tim Cohen, U Oregon

``Soft-Collinear Sypersymmetry"


December 12, 2016

Andreas Kronfeld, Fermilab

``Lattice QCD and Flavor-Changing Neutral Currents"