2017 - 2018 HEP Seminar Schedule

DateEvent TypeSpeakerTitle
09/06/2017HEP SeminarEnnio SalvioniCharged Composite Scalar Dark Matter [ + Description ]
09/08/2017HEP SeminarRam BrusteinWhat’s inside a BH? Probing the interior of black holes with gravity waves [ + Description ]
09/13/2017HEP SeminarAdam SolomonEffective field theories and modified gravity or: How I learned to stop worrying and love higher-derivative Lagrangians [ + Description ]
09/20/2017HEP SeminarGiovanni VilladoroThe Power of Series [ + Description ]
09/27/2017HEP SeminarSavdeep SethiSupersymmetry Breaking by Fluxes [ + Description ]
10/04/2017HEP SeminarPatrick FoxCosmology in Mirror Twin Higgs and Neutrinos [ + Description ]
10/11/2017HEP SeminarTomer VolanskyRelaxed Inflation [ + Description ]
10/18/2017HEP SeminarCora DvorkinDiscovering New Physics Beyond the Standard Model with Cosmological Data Sets [ + Description ]
10/25/2017HEP SeminarDavid CurtinBSM Opportunities at ep Colliders [ + Description ]
11/01/2017HEP SeminarTom BanksDo Conformal Field Theory Correlators Compute the Non-perturbative Minkowski S Matrix? [ + Description ]
11/08/2017HEP SeminarTongyan LinConstraining a Thin Dark Matter Disk with Gaia [ + Description ]
11/15/2017HEP SeminarJared KaplanExact Bulk Operators and the Fate of Locality [ + Description ]
11/22/2017HEP SeminarAlexander ZhiboedovConformal Bootstrap At Large Charge [ -- Description ]

Description: We consider unitary CFTs with continuous global symmetries in d>2. We consider a state created by the lightest operator of large charge Q≫1 and analyze the correlator of two light charged operators in this state. We assume that the correlator admits a well-defined large Q expansion and, relatedly, that the macroscopic (thermodynamic) limit of the correlator exists. We find that the crossing equations admit a consistent truncation, where only a finite number N of Regge trajectories contribute to the correlator at leading nontrivial order. We classify all such truncated solutions to the crossing. For one Regge trajectory N=1, the solution is unique and given by the effective field theory of a Goldstone mode. For two or more Regge trajectories N≥2, the solutions are encoded in roots of a certain degree Npolynomial. Some of the solutions admit a simple weakly coupled EFT description, whereas others do not. In the weakly coupled case, each Regge trajectory corresponds to a field in the effective Lagrangian. (2:00 PM, 726 Broadway, 940, CCPP Seminar)
11/29/2017HEP SeminarMichael R. DouglasComputational complexity of cosmology in string theory [ + Description ]
12/06/2017HEP SeminarSebastian FrancoGoing Beyond Duality Using Branes [ + Description ]
12/13/2017HEP SeminarErich PoppitzConfinement and strings in circle-compactified gauge theories: 'same and different' [ + Description ]
01/24/2018HEP SeminarThomas BachlechnerTunneling in Semi-Classical Gravity [ + Description ]
01/31/2018HEP SeminarMarcus SpradlinTBA [ + Description ]
02/01/2018HEP SeminarTanguy PierogLHC and Cosmic Rays : the Chicken or the Egg ? [ + Description ]
02/07/2018HEP SeminarSurjeet RajendranTBA [ + Description ]
02/14/2018HEP SeminarClay CordovaTBA [ + Description ]
02/21/2018HEP SeminarXi YinTBA [ + Description ]
02/28/2018HEP SeminarNima Arkani-HamedMarble Statues in the Forest Beyond Quantum Mechanics and Spacetime [ + Description ]
03/07/2018HEP SeminarAnastasia VolovichTBA [ + Description ]
05/09/2018HEP SeminarMatthew LippertTBA [ + Description ]