Prof. Dr. Sašo Grozdanov (Massachusetts Institute of Technology / University of Ljubljana)- HEP Seminar – Spring 2021

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Sašo Grozdanov (Massachusetts Institute of Technology / University of Ljubljana) Title: Bounds on transport from univalence and pole-skipping Recording of the talk:  Video Abstract: Bounds on transport represent a way of understanding allowable regimes of quantum and classical dynamics. Numerous such bounds have been proposed, either for classes of theories or (by using […]

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Dr. Enrico Speranza (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)- HEP Seminar – Spring 2021

Speaker: Dr. Enrico Speranza (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Title: New developments of spin hydrodynamics Recording of the talk: Video Abstract: In this presentation I will discuss fundamental features of spin hydrodynamics, a novel theory of hydrodynamics which takes into account the dynamics of spin degrees of freedom. I will derive spin hydrodynamics from quantum kinetic […]

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Victor Baules (UA) – HEP Seminar – Spring 2021

Speaker: Victor Baules (UA) Title: A look at Planckian Interacting Massive Particles as Dark Matter Abstract: Motivated by lack of experimental dark matter signatures, Planckian Interacting Dark Matter (PIDM) is a minimal model of dark matter with only gravitational interactions that may provide an alternative to current dark matter models. In this talk, I will […]

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Gerald Dunne (University of Connecticut) – HEP-Seminar Fall 2020

Speaker: Gerald V. Dunne (University of Connecticut) Title: “Decoding the Path Integral: Resurgent Asymptotics and Extreme QFT” Abstract: There are several important conceptual and computational questions concerning path integrals, which have recently been approached from new perspectives motivated by “resurgent asymptotics”, a novel mathematical formalism that seeks to unify perturbative and non-perturbative physics. I will […]

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