Strong Interaction Seminars

The Strong Interaction Seminars take place on Mondays at 14:15 in room 3344. The schedule for the Winter Semester 2017/18 is:

September 18 Aleksi Vuorinen (Univ. Helsinki) Neutron star properties from QCD
October 9 Yannick Maurice (Iowa) TRG blocking in Ising using machine learning methods
October 23 Chris Quigg (Fermilab) Stable, doubly heavy tetraquark mesons
November 13 (14:15, IAS Faculty Club) Abele Hartmut (TU Wien) Quantum bouncing ball gravity spectrometer
November 13 (15:15, IAS Faculty Club) Oliver Zimmer (Institut Laue Langevin Grenoble) Placid neutrons for fundamental physics research
December 4 Felix Karbstein (HI Jena) All-optical signatures of quantum vacuum nonlinearity and the Heisenberg-Euler effective action
December 11 Patrick Reinert (Univ. Bochum) Recent advances in high precision NN-potentials at 5th order
December 18 Alexandre Obertelli Probing the most neutron-rich nuclei
January 15 Dinesh Kumar Srivastava (VECC)Charm production at RHIC using Parton Cascade Model
January 22 Andreas Kronfeld Quark masses
January 29 Daniel Kikola A fixed-target experiment using the LHC beams. The physics program and the current status
February 5 Lillian Smestad Probing the gravitational behaviour of antimatter with the AegIS experiment at CERN

The past schedule for the previous semesters can be found here