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Monday 15 April 2024 - Thursday 25 April 2024
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Abstract: The Origins Data Science Lab (ODSL) and the International Max Planck Research School on Elementary Particle Physics (IMPRS) is organizing a block course on "Introduction to Machine Learning" targeted towards PhD students in physics. Interested MSc students from LMU and TUM are welcome as well. The courses will take place in person at the MPP building at  Forschungszentrum Garching. The lectures and tutorials will take place in person in the Alps room (A.1.01/03) which is the main auditorium…
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Thursday 25 April 2024 14:00 - 15:00 Physikdepartment
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Abstract: Current and upcoming neutrino experiments are opening up new windows to physics beyond the Standard Model. We discuss the BSM physics program of these experiments in the context of effective field theories, highlighting in particular how new physics can affect the intricate dynamics of neutrino–nucleus interactions from MeV to TeV energies. We also comment on physics beyond the Standard Model in neutrino oscillations.
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Thursday 25 April 2024 16:15 - 17:15 LMU building, Am Coulombwall 1, campus Garching
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Abstract: In laser-powered, plasma-based accelerators electrons surf on waves and can reach multi-GeV energy levels in a few 10’s of cm. If one relies on conventional methods, this would require machines multiple football fields long. Although many challenges remain, this new technology is at the brink of offering a profoundly different way in which we may build particle accelerators. An overview of the latest progress and the next steps in the R&D needed to advance this technology will be presented.…
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Friday 26 April 2024 14:00 - 15:00 TUM Physics Dept., Room 3344
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Abstract: Abstract:  A many-body system that includes loosely bound molecules can be described by an effective field theory with a relevant interaction whose strength is proportional to the small inverse scattering length of the constituents.  The “contact” for such a system is the thermodynamic variable conjugate to the large scattering length.  In the dilute limit, the number density of loosely bound molecules is proportional to the contact.  A central relativistic heavy-ion collision produces an…
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Monday 06 May 2024 - Wednesday 08 May 2024
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Abstract: Welcome to the Indico page of the ORIGINS PhD Days 2024! The PhD workshop will take place at Seminarhaus Grainau from May 6th to 8th. During this event the ORIGINS PhD students can present their work (a presentation of 12+3 min) and exchange ideas to further their research and socialize in a safe environment at Seminarhaus Grainau. Conference costs, lodging, and meals, (excl. additional drinks etc.) will be funded by the ORIGINS Excellence Cluster. Please be aware, that at this point…
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Monday 06 May 2024 - Thursday 09 May 2024 TUM Institute for Advanced Study
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Abstract: What is it about? This is the fourth workshop dedicated to GraphNeT – A deep learning library for neutrino telescopes. The goal is to bring together researchers working at the intersection of neutrino telescope experiments and machine learning to meet likeminded researchers, discuss the latest progress, and develop new solutions to physics challenges by applying deep learning where it matters, using GraphNeT. This May, we're celebrating the launch of GraphNeT 2.0 which extends…
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Monday 06 May 2024 - Tuesday 07 May 2024 Max-Planck Institute for Physics (MPP)
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Abstract: The "Inivisible Data Days" are a workshop on open access and public data infrastructure for dark matter and neutrino physics. We will bring together people from data providers, data users, and infrastructure to discuss the current state in the field and future needs. We will try to establish a dialogue between the three sectors so we understand how best to curate public data in the future, concerning: Data Providers (Experiments): Introduction, nature of results, analysis and public…
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Sunday 15 September 2024 - Friday 20 September 2024
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Abstract: In 2024, the HERA workshop series, which is supported by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation, will carry on with its mission by organizing the next workshop in Athens, Greece. These workshops serve as a platform for early career scientists to receive training, engage in interactive discussions, conceptualize research projects, broaden their perspectives, and initiate international collaborations. The second workshop in this series is scheduled for the week of September 15th - 20th, 2024,…