08 Sep.

# Some possible Sources of IceCube TeV-PeV neutrinos events

Tuesday, 08 September 2015 10:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Sarira Sahu Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares Universidad Nacionál Autónoma de México   The IceCube Collaboration has observed 37 neutrino events in the energy range 30 TeV - 2 PeV and the sources of these neutrinos are unknown. Here we have shown that positions of 12 high energy blazars and [...]
15 Sep.

# Observable Effects of General New Scalar Particles

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

José Santiago Universdiad de Granada   We classify all possible new scalar particles that can have renormalizable linear couplings to Standard Model fields and therefore be singly produced at colliders. We show that this classification exhausts the list of heavy scalar particles that contribute at the tree level to [...]
29 Sep.

# Sterile Neutrino Search in IceCube Neutrino Observatory

Tuesday, 29 September 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Jordi Salvadó   Instituto de Física Corpuscular, CSIC   In recent years some anomalies in neutrino oscillation experiments have been reported, suggesting the existence of a sterile neutrino state with mass difference of $1\mathrm{eV}^2$. This mass splitting may produce a matter induced [...]
13 Oct.

# Leptogenesis and quantum field theory

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Dietrich Bodeker University of Bielefeld   Leptogenesis is an appealing scenario which can explain why there is more matter than antimatter in our Universe. It only requires a minimal extension of the Standard Model by at least two heavy right-handed neutrinos, which is well motivated by the observation of neutrino [...]
29 Oct.

# Uses of the gradient flow

Thursday, 29 October 2015 10:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Alberto Ramos CERN   In recent years the gradient flow has become a new tool to study non-perturbative aspects of strongly coupled quantum field theories. In this seminar I will first review the basic properties of the gradient flow, and then move to one of the main applications: the computation of the running of the [...]
10 Nov.

# Electroweak Physics before and after the Higgs

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Eduard Massó
Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

In the context of effective Lagrangians (linearly realised), I will discuss how to classify New Electroweak Physics constraints coming from pre-Higgs and Higgs experiments.
20 Nov.

# Robust direct and indirect bounds on simplified models of thermal dark matter

Friday, 20 November 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Aaron Vincent IPPP, Durham (UK)   Given established evidence for its existence from astrophysical observations, the particle nature of dark matter (DM) has become a prime focus of searches for physics beyond the standard model (BSM) in the major LHC collider experiments. While studies at colliders have always been [...]
24 Nov.

# Higgs boson(s) from a left-right scale and the origin of the neutrino masses

Tuesday, 24 November 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Alessio Maiezza IFIC   A comprehensive analysis of the scalar sector of the LRSM is performed, in order to  examine possible tensions that affect the parametric space of the model at low scale. As  a consequence, the anatomy of the Higgs boson(s) is drawn in the model, giving rise to a  possible new LNV [...]
18 Dec.

# Halo-independent test of dark matter direct detection signals

Friday, 18 December 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Juan Herrero García [...]
21 Dec.

# 21 cm cosmology

Monday, 21 December 2015 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Francisco Villaescusa Osservatorio di Trieste   I discuss the signatures left by massive neutrinos on the spatial distribution of neutral hydrogen (HI) in the post-reionization era by running hydrodynamic simulations that include massive neutrinos as additional collisionless particles. Our results show that HI [...]
21 Dec.

# Modern Technologies for Quantum Optics and Information

Monday, 21 December 2015 15:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Carlos Navarrete-Benlloch Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik (Garching)   Quantum optics is the field which describes the interaction between the electromagnetic field and matter (in the broad sense) at low energies. In the last few decades, fuelled up by theoretical ideas coming from information theory [...]
09 Feb.

# Some aspects of new physics at low scales

Tuesday, 09 February 2016 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Pedro Machado Instituto de Física Teórica, UAM/CSIC, Madrid   In this talk, I will discuss the physics of light and weakly coupled gauge bosons. To start, theoretical aspects will be explained, and a broad overview of the phenomenology will be given. Then, I will focus on possible signatures of a dark sector [...]
23 Feb.

# Loop level bounds on seesaw neutrino mixing

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Jacobo López Pavón INFN, Genoa   We will analize the relevance of the 1-loop corrections when extracting bounds on non-unitarity in the context of low scale seesaws with an approximate B?L symmetry. These models are characterized by electroweak scale Majorana masses and large Yukawas. Previous results in the [...]
03May

# TBA

Tuesday, 03 May 2016 11:30
IFIC Seminar Room (1.1.1), Paterna (Valencia)

Claudio Pica
CP3-Origins, University of Southern Denmark

17May