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SFB Lectures

28 Apr, 5, 12 May 2017
DESY Hamburg (Room 2, Building 2a), 14:30
Stefan Gieseke: Monte Carlo Simulation of Collider Physics
[indico]
13, 20, 27 Jan 2017
DESY Hamburg (Room 2, Building 2a), 14:30
James Wells: Unification
[indico]
  • 2016

    25 Nov, 9 Dec 2016
    DESY Hamburg (Room 2, Building 2a), 14:30
    Christian Schwanenberger: Top precision and searches for New Physics
    [indico]
    1, 8, 15 Jul 2016
    DESY Hamburg (SR 2, building 2a), 14:30
    Giuliano Panico: Introduction to composite Higgs models
    [indico]
    3, 10, 17 Jun 2016
    DESY Hamburg (SR 2, building 2a), 14:30
    Wilfried Buchmüller, Dieter Horns: Gravitational Waves and the Early Universe
    [indico]
  • 2015

    20 Nov 2015
    DESY Hamburg (Rm 2, Bldg 2a), 14:30
    Lucas Schaper: Status and Future Prospects for Beam Driven Plasma Wakefield Acceleration at FLASHForward
    [indico]
    13 Nov 2015
    DESY Hamburg (Rm 2, Bldg 2a), 15:30
    Ralph Assmann, Florian Grüner: LAOLA: Novel Accelerator Physics as a Bridge between Particle and Photon Research
    [indico]
    13 Nov 2015
    DESY Hamburg (Rm 2, Bldg 2a), 14:30
    Ralph Assmann, Florian Grüner: SINBAD, ATHENA and EuPRAXIA - Novel Accelerator Facilities on the Local, German and European Scale
    [indico]
    19, 26 Jun 2015
    DESY Hamburg (SR 2, building 2a), 14:30
    Johanna Erdmenger: Applications of gauge/gravity duality to strongly coupled systems
    [indico]
    17, 24 Apr, 8 May 2015
    DESY Hamburg (SR 2, building 2a), 14:30
    Alexander Westphal: Status and Perspectives of Early Universe Inflation
    [indico]
    9, 16, 23 Jan 2015
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bldg. 2a), 14:30
    Sven-Olaf Moch: Precision QCD and the Determination of the Top Quark Mass
    [indico]
  • 2014

    21, 28 Nov, 5 Dec 2014
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bldg. 2a), 14:30
    Benjamin Bahr: Approaches to Quantum Gravity
    [indico]
    27 Jun, 4 Jul 2014
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:30
    Marcus Brüggen: The low-frequency sky: Opening a new window to the Universe
    [indico]
    4, 11 Apr 2014
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:00
    Mark Hindmarsh, Ludwig Mathey: Wolfgang-Pauli-Centre Topical Lectures:
    Topological Defect in Condensed Matter and Cosmology
    [indico]
    17, 24, 31 Jan 2014
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:30
    Caren Hagner, Christian Spiering: New developments in neutrino physics
    [indico]
  • 2013

    29 Nov, 6, 13 Dec 2013
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:30
    Volker Schomerus: Holography and quantum critical systems
    [indico]
    28 Jun, 5, 12 Jul 2013
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:30
    Andreas Weiler: BSM model building with a 125 Gev Higgs
    [indico]
    26 Apr, 3 May 2013
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:30
    Oleg Lebedev: The Higgs Portal
    [indico]
    11, 18, 25 Jan 2013
    DESY Hamburg (SR2, Bdg. 2a), 14:30
    Alessandro Mirizzi: Supernova Neutrinos in Astroparticle Physics
    [indico]
  • 2012

    30 Nov, 7, 14 Dec 2012
    Universe (2a), 14:30
    Lev Lipatov: High Energy behavior in QCD, Supersymmetry and Gravity
    [indico]
    15, 22 and 29 Jun 2012
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Felix Brümmer: Building Supersymmetric Models for the LHC

    Low-energy supersymmetry is one of the best-motivated new physics scenarios for the LHC. In these lectures I will describe some tools for building potentially realistic SUSY models which allow to calculate soft SUSY breaking terms from first principles. After starting quite generally, the focus will eventually be on dynamical SUSY breaking and modern approaches to gauge mediation.
    [Supermodels 1] [Supermodels 2]
    27 Apr and  4 and 11 May 2012
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Ingo Runkel: Two-dimensional conformal field theory – introduction & applications

    In this series of three lectures I will give a brief introduction to conformal field theory in two dimensions, including some applications and the methods used to get there. Conformal field theories arise for example in the description of critical lattice models or as UV/IR renormalisation group fixed points. In two dimensions they feature an infinite symmetry algebra, the Virasoro algebra. From its representation theory one can extract a lot of information about the theory, such as differential equations for correlators and constraints on the field content and the short distance expansion of fields. I will illustrate this in some simple examples.
    13 and 27 Jan 2012
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Thomas Konstandin: Electroweak symmetry breaking and cosmology
  • 2011

    11 and 18 Nov 2011
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Stefan Theisen: Holography and Anomalies
    24 Jun and  1 and  8 Jul 2011
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Jörn Kersten: Who needs supersymmetry?
    13, 20 and 27 May 2011
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Alexander Westphal: From Inflation to the Planck Scale [slides]
     6 Apr 2011
    Hamburg Observatory, Library, 11:00
    Baron: GrK Lectures: Introduction to radiative transfer [tentative program]
    14, 21 and 28 Jan 2011
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Rutger Boels: Computing field theory amplitudes with novel methods [announcement]
  • 2010

     5 and 12 Nov 2010
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Mattias Wohlfarth and Jürgen Schmitt: Black Holes - Theory and Observations
    18 and 25 Jun 2010
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Jörg Teschner: Recent developments in strongly coupled supersymmetric gauge Theories
    23 and 30 Apr and  7 May 2010
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Dieter Horns: Astrophysical traces of Dark Matter
    15 and 22 Jan 2010
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Philip Bechtle: The long road to understanding LHC data [Slides]
  • 2009

    12, 19 and 26 Jun 2009
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Caren Hagner: Aspects of neutrino mixing
    17 and 24 Apr 2009
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Christoph Schweigert: What are higher gauge theories? - Towards a geometry for Wess-Zumino terms
     9, 16 and 23 Jan 2009
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Klaus Fredenhagen: Quantum fields and cosmology
  • 2008

    30 Oct and 7 and 14 Nov 2008
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Günter Sigl: Astroparticle Physics with Multiple Messengers
     6 and 13 Jun 2008
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Peter Hauschildt: Type Ia Supernovae
    18 and 25 Apr and  9 May 2008
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Andreas Ringwald, Javier Redondo and Axel Lindner: Ultra-light particles beyond the standard model
    11, 18 and 25 Jan 2008
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Wilfried Buchmüller: Dark Matter
  • 2007

    16 and 23 Nov 2007
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Vicente Cortés: Calabi-Yau Manifolds
    12, 19 and 26 Jun 2007
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Jochen Bartels and Volker Schomerus: QCD and Strings
    20, 27 Apr and 4 May 2007
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Peter Schleper: Early bird physics at the Large Hadron Collider [Slides]
    19, 26 Jan and 2 Feb 2007
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Jan Louis: Phenomenological aspects of string theory [Slides 1] [Slides 2] [Slides 3]
  • 2006

    10, 17 and 25 Nov and 1 Dec 2006
    DESY, Hamburg
    SemRm 2, 14:30
    Laura Covi: WMAP and Cosmic perturbations
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