Nuclear & particle physics

Research seminar: quantum field theory

Summer semester 2019


Course number in the course overview: 116293

  • 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

    Friday, 05.04.2019

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    Cornering naturalness with Higgsino searches

    Dr. R. Mahbubani

    (CERN, Theory Department, Geneva, Switzerland)

    08.04.2019 Planning All
    15.04.2019 Parton Distribution Functions and
    Deep Inelastic Scattering

    P. Duwentäster

    (ITP WWU Münster)

    Friday, 03.05.2019

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    The quantum world as a hologram - applied physics of black holes

    Prof. Dr. Carlo Ewerz

    (Universität Heidelberg, Institut für Theoretische Physik)

    06.05.2019 From Moduli space to noncommutative QFT

    A. Hock

    (Mathematisches Institut der WWU Münster)

    13.05.2019 Nuclear Parton Distributions from Neural Networks and the Impact of
    an Electron-Ion Collider

    R. A. Khalek

    (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Department of Physics and Astronomy, and Nikhef, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

    20.05.2019 The leading hadronic contribution to the muon's g-2 from lattice QCD

    Dr. Antoine Géradin

    (DESY, Zeuthen)

    27.05.2019 t.b.a.

    J. Honermann

    (ITP WWU Münster;

    03.06.2019 Sommerfeld enhancement of stau annihilation into heavy quarks

    J. Brahnal

    (ITP WWU Münster)

    Friday, 07.06.2019

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    Deep learning paving the way to online calibration and physics

    PD Dr. O. Linnyk

    (FIAS, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies)

    17.06.2019 Squark annihilation contributions to neutralino dark matter in NLO

    S. Schmiemann

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

    24.06.2019 Excursion All
    01.07.2019 Vector-like quark phenomenology at the next-to-leading-order accuracy in QCD

    Prof. Dr. B. Fuks

    (Sorbonne Université and Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Hautes Energies, LPTHE, Paris, France)

    Friday, 12.07.2019

    (Colloquium of GRK 2149)

    Measuring gravity at short distances and other fun tricks with levitated microspheres

    Prof. Dr. G. Gratta

    (Stanford University, Physics Department, Stanford, California, USA)