SHEP Thursday Seminar
The seminar takes place in our seminar room on the top floor, every Thursday at 13:00 p.m.
Please contact me should you desire a particular slot for your talk, or in case you want to provide an abstract or your slides.
Programme for the academic year 2009/2010
No seminar - group meeting
15.10.2009 Dirk Brömmel
Lepton-Photon 2009
22.10.2009 Thomas Rae
Meson distribution amplitudes from lattice QCD
28.10.2009 11:00 - 16:00
NExT meeting at RAL
02.11.2009 16:00 Priyotosh Bandyopadhayay (Harish-Chandra Research Institute)
Higgs searches under supersymmetric cascades with non-universal gaugino masses
12.11.2009 George Weatherill
The geometry of non-geometric fluxes [arXiv:0910.4530]
19.11.2009 Raul Alvares
Holographic integral equations
26.11.2009 Keun-Young Kim
holographic QCD (Sakai-Sugimoto model)
03.12.2009 Beatriz de Carlos
Generalised fluxes and de Sitter vacua
10.12.2009 Douglas Ross
Loop diagrams from cut-constructibility in two dimensions
Christmas vacation from 14.12.2009 until 01.01.2010
07.01.2010 Elaine Goode
K to ππ decays in lattice QCD
14.01.2010 Zhiguang Xiao
Operator mixings in N=4 super Yang-Mills --- BMN operators with a scalar fermion pair
21.01.2010 Lorenzo Basso
Z'B-L discovery potential at the LHC
04.02.2010 James Callaghan, James Lyon, Luca Marzola, Gareth Rees
Report on Christmas problem
11.02.2010 Hugo Pedroso de Lima
18.02.2010 Steve King
Neutrinos and the flavour problem
25.02.2010 Tim Morris
Gravity from entropy?
04.03.2010 Maria Magou
Holographic description of the phase diagram of a chiral symmetry breaking gauge theory
11.03.2010 12:45 / 13:00 Jochen Heitger (University of Münster)
Towards precision B-physics from non-perturbative heavy quark effective theory
18.03.2010 David Jones
Leptogenesis: from vanilla to fuller flavour treatment
Easter vacation from 22.03.2010 until 16.04.2010
22.04.2010 Christoph Luhn
A new type of SO(10) grand unified family models
29.04.2010 Kristan Jensen (Seattle)
Holographic quantum critical points
13.05.2010 Iain Cooper
Family symmetry and the type III seesaw mechanism
20.05.2010 Shackleton A 12:45 / 13:00 Chloe Papineau (Madrid)
Moduli and gaugino condensates in an expanding Universe
03.06.2010 13:00 - 14:30 Diego Becciolini, Matthew Brown, Ken Mimasu, Benjamin Samways, Patrik Svantesson
Report on Easter problem
10.06.2010 Chris Sachrajda
Phenomenology from the lattice
17.06.2010 Astrid Gebauer
Gauge/gravity duality: a brief review
School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Southampton
Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, England
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