Nuclear & particle physics

Research seminar: quantum field theory

Summer semester 2018


Course number in the course overview: 112292

  • Organizers, organization & dates


    Dates & locations

    Seminar Monday, 14:00–16:00 KP/TP, seminar room 304

    Some dates take place in the framework of

    GRK 2149: Joint seminar of the research focus particle physics (“RTG Colloquium”)

    Date: 1st or 3rd Friday of a month, 12:00 s. t.

    Location: KP/TP 404

  • Topics & schedule

    Date Topic Speaker
    23.04.2018 Characterising signals of new physics at the LHC

    Dr. L. Panizzi

    (University of Pisa,
    Department of Physics, Italy)

    Monday, 30.04.2018,
    14:00 c.t., HS 404

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149, special date!)

    The Color Glass Condensate:
    An effective theory for the Regge limit of QCD

    Prof. Dr. R. Venugopalan

    (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Department of Physics,Upton NY, USA)

    07.05.2018 Non-perturbative investigations of supersymmetric
    gauge theories on a space-time lattice

    PD Dr. G. Bergner

    (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Theoretisch-Physikalisches Institut

    14.05.2018 Jet radius dependence in approximate NNLO in deep-inelastic scattering

    J. Potthoff

    (ITP WWU Münster;

    28.05.2018 Schwinger-Dyson equations and Ward identities in non-commutative quantum field theory on the example of a scalar models

    A. Hock

    (Mathematisches Institut der Universität Münster)

    Friday, 08.06.2018

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    Physics beyond Higgs

    Prof. Dr. J. Kalinowski

    (University of Warsaw,
    Faculty of Physics, Poland)

    Friday, 15.06.2018

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    Gauge Field from Strings

    Dr. V. Forini

    (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Physik)

    Tuesday (!), 19.06.2018 Excursion All


    Minimal dark matter models with radiative neutrino masses

    S. May

    (ITP WWU Münster;

    14:00 s.t., HS 404

    (Special date!)

    Precision computations for gaugino and scalar dark matter D. Lamprea

    (Ph.D.-Talk – Disputation)

    14:00 s.t., HS 304

    (Special date!)

    Dark matter, neutrino masses and lepton flavor violation in radiative see-saw models

    S. Esch

    (ITP WWU Münster;
    Ph.D.-Talk – Disputation)

    Friday, 13.07.2018

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    The Super-Kamiokande Experiment at the Kamioka Observatory in Japan

    Prof. Dr. K. Martens

    (The University of Tokyo, Kavli IPMU, Kamioka, Japan)

    16.07.2018 Soft-collinear factorization at sub-leading power

    [Planning for the winter term 2018/2019]

    Dr. D. Bonocore

    (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen, Fachgruppe Physik)