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Monday 05 December 2022 15:00 - 16:00 Cluster Basement Seminar Room
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Abstract: Prof. Dr. Michael Strickland, Kent State University, is a renowned expert on finite-temperature quantum field theory and hydrodynamics in heavy-ion collisions. He is currently collaborating with Prof. Brambilla and her group on the problem of the nonequilibrium evolution of quarkonium in the quark-gluon plasma. Abstract: Relativistic heavy-ion collision experiments at Brookhaven National Laboratory in the US and at CERN have made it possible to experimentally turn back the clock to…
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Tuesday 06 December 2022 16:15 - 19:30 MPP
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Abstract: I will discuss the statistical physics of random growth processes which, on the one hand, model the non-perturbative gauge dynamics, emergence of space geometry in string theory on the other, yet could also model the evolution of language(s).
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Thursday 08 December 2022 14:00 - 15:00 https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/843685110?pwd=TEFqOEdOZ1FJWjBYa0lURFpmT09mZz09
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Abstract: In this seminar I will summarise the latest theoretical results for tt and tt + X, where X= H, gamma, W, Z, j, bb ... at the LHC. I will discuss the latest NNLO and NLO predictions for these processes and show in a few cases their comparisons to experimental data. In the next step, I will also compare full theoretical predictions for tt +X with the results where unstable tops and W gauge bosons are restricted to on-shell states with the goal of determining which effects are important and should…
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Thursday 08 December 2022 16:15 - 17:15 LMU building, Campus Garching, Am Coulombwall 1
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Abstract: For life to start, a simple mechanism with a minimal number of molecules must have implemented robust Darwinian evolution. To be able to gain sequence information, such molecular evolution had to be driven and hosted by non-equilibrium settings of an early planet. We have combined polymerization and templated ligation from very mildly activated RNA with 2’3’-cyclic phosphates [1], with wet-dry cycling at heated air-water interfaces [2]. The oligomerization operates at elevated pH 9-10 without…
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Tuesday 24 January 2023 - Wednesday 25 January 2023
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Monday 27 February 2023 - Friday 03 March 2023 Institute for Advanced Study of the Technische Universität München
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Abstract: A workshop for an interdisciplinary exchange for accelerating developments of machine learning techniques in Lattice QCD with experts in Machine learning, Lattice QCD, and other related fields.  
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Monday 27 February 2023 - Friday 03 March 2023 Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching by Munich
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Abstract: IMPORTANT UPDATE : This workshop has been postponed to February 27 -  March 3, 2023. Applications will nevertheless be reviewed after the deadline of submission. It will not be necessary to submit your application again. The EAS starts a new and unique workshop series, funded by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus foundation, the HERA workshops. This workshop series will provide an environment where early career scientists are trained to interact, design research projects, develop a broad…
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Tuesday 18 April 2023 - Friday 21 April 2023 Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics
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Abstract: Line-Intensity mapping (LIM) proposes a novel technique to map cosmological volumes and access unexplored regimes and unique cosmological and astrophysical information. This invaluable potential comes along with observational and theoretical challenges that will need to be addressed to fulfill the promise of LIM. With the first measurements already coming around, it is crucial to reassess the current status of LIM and the roadmap for the forthcoming years.    The workshop “Present and…