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posted 10 days ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Forum Talk 5/22/2020

Pedro’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 15 days ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Forum Talk 5/22/2020

Pedro Machado (Fermilab) will give an overview talk in neutrino physics including the recent result from T2K.

 
posted 24 days ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Forum Talk 5/3/2020

Sébastian’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 24 days ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Forum Talk 5/3/2020

Emmanuel’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 29 days ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Forum Talk 5/3/2020

We have two speakers giving this forum talk. Emmanuel Stamou (EPFL) will talk about recent developments connected to epsilon_K, and Sébastien Descotes-Genon (IJC Lab, Paris-Saclay) will give us a status update on B-physics anomalies and CKM fits.

 
posted about 1 month ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Indirect Detection – Topic: Forum Talk 4/3/2020

Nick’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 2 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Indirect Detection – Topic: Forum Talk 4/3/2020

Nicholas Rodd (Berkeley / LBL) will give us a status update on the gamma ray excess from the Milky Way galactic center.

 
posted 3 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Direct Detection – Topic: Forum Talk 3/13/2020

Yoni’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 3 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Direct Detection – Topic: Forum Talk 3/13/2020

Yoni Kahn (UIUC) will talk about a recent proposal for a possible connection between excesses in several dark matter direct detection experiments with semiconductor detectors.

 
posted 3 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Cosmology – Topic: Discussion Session 2/28/2020

Raphael’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 3 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Cosmology – Topic: Discussion Session 2/28/2020

Raphael Flauger (UC San Diego) will give us a summary of the status of H_0 measurements.

 
posted 6 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Other – Topic: Discussion Session 12/6/2019

Gil’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 6 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Other – Topic: Discussion Session 12/6/2019

Gil Paz (Wayne State University) will give a talk on recent developments concerning the proton charge radius.

 
posted 6 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Astroparticle Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 11/22/19

Annika’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 7 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Astroparticle Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 11/22/19

Annika Peter (Ohio State University) will talk about her recent work analyzing the spectral features of gamma rays from the sun.

 
posted 7 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Astroparticle Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 11/15/19

Ben’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 7 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Astroparticle Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 11/15/19

Ben Safdi (University of Michigan) will give a talk on their recent analysis of X-ray data from nearby isolated neutron stars, and the implications for axion searches.

 
posted 8 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 10/11/19

Diana’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 8 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 10/11/19

The title and abstract for Diana’s talk are below:

KATRIN and the Neutrino Mass Scale

Ever since it was first hypothesized 89 years ago, the strange and ghostly particle called the neutrino has mystified and inspired particle and nuclear physicists. After decades of experimental and theoretical work, we have now firmly established that neutrinos have mass, and yet their absolute mass scale remains unknown. Now, after many years of painstaking design, construction, and commissioning work, the Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino experiment (KATRIN) has recently improved the world’s best direct neutrino-mass sensitivity by a factor of 2, with more improvements to come. I will give a tour of KATRIN’s 70-m beamline, share some of our adventures with engineering challenges and novel backgrounds, describe our spectral fits and systematic uncertainties, and show a glimpse of KATRIN’s future.

 
posted 8 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 10/11/19

Diana Parno (Carnegie Mellon University) will give a talk on the recent results from the KATRIN experiment.

 
posted 8 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 10/4/19

Yuval’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 8 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 10/4/19

Yuval Grossman (Cornell University) will talk about the recent K Lπ 0ν¯νK_{L}\rightarrow \pi^{0}\bar{\nu}\nu measurement by the KOTO experiment and its implications.

 
posted 9 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Astroparticle Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 9/20/2019

Lina’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 9 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Astroparticle Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 9/20/2019

Lina Necib (Caltech) will give an overview talk on recent results from GAIA and implications for dark matter.

 
posted 12 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Direct Detection – Topic: Discussion Session 5/29/19

Bradley’s slides can be found here.

 
posted 12 months ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Direct Detection – Topic: Discussion Session 5/29/19

This talk has been rescheduled to 6/3/2019.

 
posted about 1 year ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Direct Detection – Topic: Discussion Session 5/29/19

Bradley Kavanagh (GRAPPA) will five a talk on the recent EDELWEISS analysis for low mass dark matter.

 
posted about 1 year ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Indirect Detection – Topic: Discussion Session 4/25/19

Pasquale’s slides can be found here.

 
posted about 1 year ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: DM - Indirect Detection – Topic: Discussion Session 4/25/19

Pasquale Serpico (LAPTh - CNRS) will give a talk on cosmic ray propagation models, backgrounds to DM indirect detection searches and potential AMS-02 anomalies.

 
posted about 1 year ago
UT Austin (c... 216 posts

Forum: Flavor Physics – Topic: Discussion Session 4/14/19

Joachim’s slides can be found here.