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High Energy Phenomenology, Experiment, & Cosmology Calendar:

Fall 2020

Oct 5, 2020

High Energy Phenomenology, Experiment, and Cosmology Seminar Series artwork

Higgs Boson: The Next Generation

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (CDT)

Speaker: Andrew Brinkerhoff (Baylor University)Host: Doojin Kim

In 2018 the LHC finished its longest operations run to date, colliding 44 million billion protons at world-record energies over the course of 3 years.  The CMS and ATLAS experiments have used this data to study the interactions of the Higgs with second generation fermions.  In summer 2020, both collaborations completed their analyses of Higgs decays t... read more  »

Oct 19, 2020

High Energy Phenomenology, Experiment, and Cosmology Seminar Series artwork

Neutrinos from Primordial Black Holes: An Unexpected Interplay

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (CDT)

Speaker: Yuber F. Perez Gonzalez (Northwestern University and Fermilab)Host: Doojin Kim

Hawking radiation offers a unique method of neutrino production, unlike any weak interaction process. In fact, black hole evaporation depends on whether neutrinos are Dirac or Majorana, providing a different phenomenology in each case. If neutrinos are Dirac particles, the emission of the light right-handed states does not suffer from the helicity suppr... read more  »

Nov 9, 2020

High Energy Phenomenology, Experiment, and Cosmology Seminar Series artwork

CEvNS in Future Reactor Neutrino Experiments

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (CDT)Streaming Live

Speaker: Ivan Martinez Soler (Northwestern University and Fermilab)Host: Doojin Kim

The recent discovery of coherent neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS) has opened a new venue to study neutrino physics. Although experimentally challenging because the neutrino transfers a small amount of momentum to the nucleus, there are already several experimental proposals to measure such interaction with neutrinos from nuclear reactors. In this tal... read more  »

Nov 30, 2020

Neutrino Oscillations as Constraints on Effective Field Theory

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (CDT)Streaming Live

Speaker: Zahra Tabrizi (Virginia Tech)Host: Doojin Kim

I will talk about how to systematically study physics beyond the standard model (BSM) in the neutrino oscillation experiments within the standard model Effective Field Theory (SMEFT) framework. In this way, the analysis of the data can capture large classes of models, where the new degrees of freedom have masses well above the relevant energy for the ex... read more  »