Nuclear & particle physics

Research seminar: quantum field theory

Winter semester 2016/2017

Seminar

Course number in the course overview: 116317

  • Organizers, organization & dates

    Organizers

    Dates & locations

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

    Some dates take place in the Termine finden statt in the framework of

    GRK 2149: Joint seminar of the research area 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
    17.10.2016 Finding beyond the standard model particles using the MSSM and the galactic center L. Hendriks (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands)
    24.10.2016 Tasting SUSY at the LHC Dr. B. Herrmann (LAPTh & Institut Universitaire de Technologie d’Annecy, Département Mesures Physiques, Annecy, France)
    Fr. 04.11.2016 – Colloquium of GRK 2149 TeV scale MSSM Dark Matter and the electroweak Sommerfeld effect Prof. Dr. M. Beneke (Technische Universität München)
    14.11.2016 Lattice Simulations of QCD-like Theories at Finite Baryon Density Dr. P. Scior (ITP Universität Münster)
    Fr. 02.12.2016 – Caution: exceptionally at 14:00 in HS 404! Radiative corrections for the direct detection of neutralino dark matter and its relic density P. Steppeler (ITP Universität Münster; Ph. D. talk – thesis defense)
    05.12.2016 – Caution: exceptionally at 17:00 in HS 304! Prompt Photon Production Predictions at NLO and in POWHEG F. König (ITP Universität Münster; Ph. D. talk – thesis defense)
    Fr. 09.12.2016 – Caution: exceptionally at 14:00 in HS 404! Precise predictions for supersymmetric particle production at the LHC M. Rothering (ITP Universität Münster; Ph. D. talk – thesis defense)
    12.12.2016 Christmas Party
    Fr. 16.12.2016 – Colloquium of GRK 2149 Search for neutrinoless double beta decay with Ge-76 Dr. B. Schwingenheuer (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg)
    Fr. 20.01.2017 – Colloquium of GRK 2149 Infrared problems. A survey of more recent progress Prof. Dr. D. Buchholz (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
    30.01.2017 Preliminary discussion for the summer semester 2017
    Fr. 03.02.2017 – Colloquium of GRK 2149 – caution: exceptionally at 14:15! Hadron physics with antiprotons Prof. Dr. U. Wiedner (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)