Übersicht über öffentliche Veranstaltungen: Bethe Colloquium

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WS 2019/20
09.01.2020 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Hydrodynamics of integrable many-body systems"
Bethe Colloquium

Integrable many-body systems have an extensive number of conservation laws. This implies that conventional hydrodynamics, used on mass, momentum, and energy, has to be rewritten. Surprisingly, on larg ['...']
Referent: Herbert Spohn (TU München)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Hydrodynamics of integrable many-body systems"
Herbert Spohn Hörsaal I
05.12.2019 (Do) 17:15-18:30 i"Quantum Simulation of Abelian and non-Abelian Gauge Theories"
Bethe Colloquium

Simply coupled gauge theories play an important role in different areas of physics. Quantum Chromodynamics is the non-Abelian SU(2) gauge theory that describes the strong interactions between quarks a ['...']
Referent: Uwe-Jens Wiese (University of Bern)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Quantum Simulation of Abelian and non-Abelian Gauge Theories"
Uwe-Jens Wiese Hörsaal I
21.11.2019 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Diboson production at the LHC"
Bethe Colloquium

Diboson production processes provide a rich testing ground for SM predictions at the LHC. The talk will discuss recent progress in vector boson pair production from quark-antiquark annihilation as wel ['...']
Referent: Dieter Zeppenfeld (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Diboson production at the LHC"
Dieter Zeppenfeld Hörsaal I
24.10.2019 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Standard Model or Standard Theory?"
Bethe Colloquium

The impressive extension of successful tests of the Standard Model of elementary particles suggests to promote it to a / the Standard Theory. After arguing why this may be premature, I discuss the pot ['...']
Referent: Riccardo Barbieri (SNS, Pisa)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Standard Model or Standard Theory?"
Riccardo Barbieri Hörsaal I
SS 2019
04.07.2019 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Neutrinos as the key to the universe as we know it"
Bethe Colloquium

There are three open questions in physics which seem unrelated: Why is there only matter around us? How do neutrinos acquire their tiny masses? Why to all particles in nature have integer electric cha ['...']
Referent: Yuval Grossman (Cornell University, LEPP)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Neutrinos as the key to the universe as we know it"
Yuval Grossman Hörsaal I
06.06.2019 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Unconventional dynamics of ultracold bosons in optical lattices"
Bethe Colloquium

Atomic gases cooled to Nanokelvin temperatures are a new exciting tool to study a broad range of quantum phenomena. In particular, an outstanding degree of control over the fundamental parameters, suc ['...']
Referent: Corinna Kollath (HISKP, Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Unconventional dynamics of ultracold bosons in optical lattices"
Corinna Kollath Hörsaal I
09.05.2019 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Particle Scattering and Number Theory"
Bethe Colloquium

From the softest of interactions of a magnetic field with an electron, to the most violent collisions at the Large Hadron Collider, precision quantum field theory produces numbers and functions with i ['...']
Referent: Lance Dixon (SLAC, Stanford)
Veranstalter: Christa Börch
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BC: "Particle Scattering and Number Theory"
Lance Dixon Hörsaal I
25.04.2019 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Constraints on Quantum Gravity"
Bethe Colloquium

Superstring theory is our best candidate for the ultimate unification of general relativity and quantum mechanics. Although predictions of the theory are typically at extremely high energy and out of ['...']
Referent: Hirosi Ooguri (Caltech, Pasadena / IPMU Tokyo / ACP Aspen)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Constraints on Quantum Gravity"
Hirosi Ooguri Hörsaal I
WS 2018/19
13.12.2018 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"A nu hope"
Bethe Colloquium

Massive neutrinos who were the last edition to the Standard Model, and arguably the first piece of evidence of the physics that hides behind it, can become an ideal tool to test the way we understand ['...']
Referent: Gabriela Barenboim (University of Valencia)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "A nu hope"
Gabriela Barenboim Hörsaal I
11.10.2018 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Chiral matter: from quarks to quantum materials"
Bethe Colloquium

Chirality is an ubiquitous concept in modern science, from particle physics to biology. In quantum physics, chirality is linked to the topology of gauge fields due to the quantum chiral anomaly. While ['...']
Referent: Dmitri Kharzeev (Stony Brook)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Chiral matter: from quarks to quantum materials"
Dmitri Kharzeev Hörsaal I
SS 2018
12.07.2018 (Do) 15:30-17:30 i"String Theory Challenges in Particle Physics and Cosmology"
Bethe Colloquium

In this talk I will attempt to summarize some of the major particle physics and cosmological constraints on string theory model building. ['...']
Referent: Stuart Raby (Ohio State University, Columbus, USA)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "String Theory Challenges in Particle Physics and Cosmology"
Stuart Raby Hörsaal I
21.06.2018 (Do) 16:15-18:00 i"Testing General Relativity with the Large Scale Structure of the Universe"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Ruth Durrer (University of Geneva)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Testing General Relativity with the Large Scale Structure of the Universe"
Ruth Durrer Hörsaal I
WS 2017/18
18.01.2018 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Quantum cohomology of Grassmannians via R-matrices and integrable systems"
Bethe Colloquium

In this talk I want to give an elementary description of the quantum cohomology rings of Grassmannians. The main idea is to connect it with a concrete model of particle configurations on a circle. The ['...']
Referent: Catharina Stroppel (Mathematical Institute, University of Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Quantum cohomology of Grassmannians via R-matrices and integrable systems"
Catharina Stroppel Hörsaal I
11.01.2018 (Do) 16:15-18:00 i"Swampland Constraints on SM Physics and the Cosmological Constant"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Luis Ibáñez (IFT, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Swampland Constraints on SM Physics and the Cosmological Constant"
Luis Ibáñez Hörsaal I
09.11.2017 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Precision fundamental physics with astronomy"
Bethe Colloquium

The Universe is vast. And even though we live on a tiny planet among billions of stars in a galaxy that is one of very many, we are curious enough to seek to understand its beginning and the fundament ['...']
Referent: Michael Kramer (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astonomy, Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Precision fundamental physics with astronomy"
Michael Kramer Hörsaal I
26.10.2017 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon: a precision probe of the standard model"
Bethe Colloquium

Despite dedicated searches at colliders like the LHC, hints for physics beyond the standard model remain at best indirect. They come either from the cosmic frontier, where, for instance, the nature of ['...']
Referent: Marc Knecht (Marseille, CPT)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon: a precision probe of the standard model"
Marc Knecht Hörsaal I
SS 2017
06.07.2017 (Do) 16:15-18:00 i"The Origin of Mass of the Visible Universe"
Bethe Colloquium

More than 99% of the mass of the visible universe is made up of protons andneutrons. Both particles are much heavier than their quark and gluon constitutents. The existence and sta-bility of atoms rel ['...']
Referent: Zoltan Fodor (Bergische Universität Wuppertal)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "The Origin of Mass of the Visible Universe"
Zoltan Fodor Hörsaal I
22.06.2017 (Do) 16:15-18:00 i"On String Theory, Particle Physics and Cosmology"
Bethe Colloquium

An overview is presented on the efforts and challenges for string theory to make contact with particle physics and cosmology. ['...']
Referent: Fernando Quevedo (ICTP, Trieste / DAMTP, Cambridge)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "On String Theory, Particle Physics and Cosmology"
Fernando Quevedo Hörsaal I
01.06.2017 (Do) 16:15-18:00 i"Supersymmetry and the Real World"
Bethe Colloquium

Supersymmetry has proven to be one of the most powerful ideas in gaining a better theoretical understanding of how quantum physics meshes with gravity and other fundamental forces. However it remains ['...']
Referent: Joseph D. Lykken (Fermilab (Batavia, Illinois, USA))
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Supersymmetry and the Real World"
Joseph D. Lykken Seminarraum bctp 1
04.05.2017 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Rapid adaptation and the predictability of next year's flu"
Bethe Colloquium

Evolution is simple if adaptive mutations, that is evolutionary innovations, appear and spread one at a time. However, in large microbial populations many mutations arise simultaneously resulting in ['...']
Referent: Richard Neher (Biozentrum, University of Basel)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Rapid adaptation and the predictability of next year's flu"
Richard Neher Hörsaal I
19.04.2017 (Mi) 16:15-17:30 i"From the Motion of Planets to Elementary Particles"
Bethe Colloquium

Planetary orbits, energy levels of atoms, and elementary particle interactions are all governed by the same hidden symmetry principles. I will describe these symmetries and how they help simplify calc ['...']
Referent: Johannes Henn (Mainz University)
Veranstalter: Christa Bösch
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BC: "From the Motion of Planets to Elementary Particles"
Johannes Henn Hörsaal I
WS 2016/17
19.01.2017 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"The theoretical physics ecosystem behind the Higgs boson discovery"
Bethe Colloquium

A simplified history of the Higgs boson has Peter Higgs positing it in the mid-1960s followed by a long wait while experimentalists progressively turned up collider energies until it appeared several ['...']
Referent: James Wells (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor / DESY, Hamburg)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "The theoretical physics ecosystem behind the Higgs boson discovery"
James Wells Hörsaal I
21.11.2016 (Mo) 14:15-15:30 i"Genomic Research goes Computational"
Bethe Colloquium

The life and medical sciences have seen a revolution in the last decade. Initiated in the 1990s with the Human Genome Project, genomic research has significantly accelerated since 2007 when next gener ['...']
Referent: Joachim Schultze (LIMES Institut, Universität Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Genomic Research goes Computational"
Joachim Schultze Hörsaal I
14.11.2016 (Mo) 14:15-15:30 i"What is Metaphysics and Why Does it Matter?"
Bethe Colloquium

As a first approximation metaphysics is a discipline which deals with absolutely everything which exists. There are many names for this extraordinary totality: the world as a whole, reality, cosmos, n ['...']
Referent: Markus Gabriel (Institut für Philosophie, Universität Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "What is Metaphysics and Why Does it Matter?"
Markus Gabriel Hörsaal I
27.10.2016 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Hyperbolic 3-manifolds and Galois representations"
Bethe Colloquium

A large part of modern number theory deals with the relation between algebraic objects and analytic objects, as in the famous Shimura-Taniyama-Weil conjecture relating elliptic curves with modular for ['...']
Referent: Peter Scholze (Mathematical Institute of the University of Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Hyperbolic 3-manifolds and Galois representations"
Peter Scholze Hörsaal I
SS 2016
07.07.2016 (Do) 14:30-18:00 i"25 Years of Mirror Symmetry, 20 Years of Homological Mirror Symmetry"
Bethe Colloquium

Part 1 by Xenia de la Ossa at 2:30pm, part 2 by Eric Zaslow at 4:15pm Part 1: Reflections on Mirror Symmetry (Xenia de la Ossa, Oxford) Part 2: HMS, Hopefully Made Simple (Eric Zaslow, Evanston) ['...']
Referent: Xenia de la Ossa / Eric Zaslow (Oxford / Evanston)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "25 Years of Mirror Symmetry, 20 Years of Homological Mirror Symmetry"
Xenia de la Ossa / Eric Zaslow Hörsaal I
16.06.2016 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Dark Matter search with the Fermi Large Area Telescope"
Bethe Colloquium

High energy gamma-rays are one of the most promising tools to constrain or reveal the nature of dark matter. During the almost eight years of the Fermi satellite mission, the data from its Large Area ['...']
Referent: Gabrijela Zaharijas (University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Dark Matter search with the Fermi Large Area Telescope"
Gabrijela Zaharijas Hörsaal I
02.06.2016 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Probing the Atomic Higgs Force"
Bethe Colloquium

After the discovery of the Higgs particle at the LHC, the Higgs mechanism is expected to account for the masses of the fundamental particles. We argue that, while this is true for the electroweak gaug ['...']
Referent: Gilad Perez (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Probing the Atomic Higgs Force"
Gilad Perez Hörsaal I
21.04.2016 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Supernova Simulations in Three Dimensions: Models Confronting Observations"
Bethe Colloquium

Recently the first self-consistent three-dimensional computer simulations of supernova explosions of massive stars have become possible and reveal new, stunning phenomena lika a dipolar emission asymm ['...']
Referent: Hans-Thomas Janka (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Supernova Simulations in Three Dimensions: Models Confronting Observations"
Hans-Thomas Janka Hörsaal I
WS 2015/16
28.01.2016 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Precision hadron physics"
Bethe Colloquium

To answer physics questions at both the highest and lowest energy scales, hadron physics plays a central and connecting role. In many questions at the forefront of particle physics, atomic physics, an ['...']
Referent: Marc Vanderhaeghen (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Precision hadron physics"
Marc Vanderhaeghen Hörsaal I
03.12.2015 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"Naturalness' last stand"
Bethe Colloquium

With the discovery of the Higgs boson, the Standard Model of particle physics celebrated a great triumph. It also brought the naturalness puzzle sharper into focus: what keeps the Higgs mass so light? ['...']
Referent: Andreas Weiler (TU München)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Naturalness' last stand"
Andreas Weiler Hörsaal I
19.11.2015 (Do) 16:00-18:00 i"Big bang or freeze?"
Bethe Colloquium

If the sizes of atoms are allowed to vary, the geometry of our Universe can be described by different pictures, with distances between galaxies shrinking, expanding or static. Motivated by quantum gra ['...']
Referent: Christof Wetterich (Universität Heidelberg)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Big bang or freeze?"
Christof Wetterich Hörsaal I
22.10.2015 (Do) 16:15-17:30 i"String Theory - Status and Perspectives"
Bethe Colloquium

After a brief introduction to string theory we discuss its relevance for particle physics, cosmology and mathematics. ['...']
Referent: Jan Louis (Universität Hamburg)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "String Theory - Status and Perspectives"
Jan Louis Hörsaal I
SS 2015
02.07.2015 (Do) 15:15-16:30 i"Turing Machines: Exploring the Limits of Computability"
Bethe Colloquium

To demonstrate the computability of a function it suffices to exhibit a concrete computational procedure like some algorithm for decimal arithmetic or a computer program. Proofs of incompatibility, ho ['...']
Referent: Peter Koepke+ (Mathematisches Institut der Universität Bonn)
Veranstalter: C. Börsch
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BC: "Turing Machines: Exploring the Limits of Computability"
Peter Koepke+ Hörsaal I
18.06.2015 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Sphaleron and Baryon Number Violating Processes"
Bethe Colloquium

We show that the baryon-lepton number violating processes can take place without the exponential tunneling suppression (at zero temperature) at energies around and above the sphaleron energy of 9.0 Te ['...']
Referent: Henry S.-H. Tye (Cornell University, Ithaca, New York)
Veranstalter: C. Börsch
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BC: "Sphaleron and Baryon Number Violating Processes"
Henry S.-H. Tye Hörsaal I
07.05.2015 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Heavy-ion collisions at the LHC"
Bethe Colloquium

The “standard model” of ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions is based on the picture that viscous relativistic fluid dynamics can account for the time evolution of dense QCD matter produced in ['...']
Referent: Urs Wiedemann (CERN-PH/TH, Geneva)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Heavy-ion collisions at the LHC"
Urs Wiedemann Hörsaal I
16.04.2015 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"The Hunt for Axions and Other WISPs"
Bethe Colloquium

Many theoretically well-motivated extensions of the standard model of particle physics predict the existence of very weakly interacting slim (in the sense of ultralight) particles (WISPs), such as t ['...']
Referent: Andreas Ringwald (DESY, Hamburg)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "The Hunt for Axions and Other WISPs"
Andreas Ringwald Hörsaal I
WS 2014/15
15.01.2015 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"The String Theory Landscape and Models of Cosmological Inflation"
Bethe Colloquium

The talk will start by motivating string theory as a theory of quantum gravity. Then the resulting 10-dimensional effective field theory and its compactification to 4 space-time dimensions will be dis ['...']
Referent: Arthur Hebecker (Universität Heidelberg)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "The String Theory Landscape and Models of Cosmological Inflation"
Arthur Hebecker Hörsaal I
27.11.2014 (Do) 15:15-16:30 i"Quanta of Geometry"
Bethe Colloquium

In the construction of spectral manifolds in noncommutative geometry, a higher degree Heisenberg commutation relation involving the Dirac operator and the Feynman slash of real scalar fields naturally ['...']
Referent: Alain Connes (Collège de France)
Veranstalter: C. Börsch
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BC: "Quanta of Geometry"
Alain Connes Hörsaal I
13.11.2014 (Do) 15:15-16:30 i"Axial U(1) anomaly in QCD and the Witten-Veneziano formula"
Bethe Colloquium

In the 70ies of the last century the mass spectrum of the light pseudoscalar mesons posed a puzzle: the eta' meson is way too heavy for being a (pseudo) Golstone boson. This was explained eventual ['...']
Referent: Carsten Urbach (Helmholtz-Institut für Strahlen- und Kernphysik)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Axial U(1) anomaly in QCD and the Witten-Veneziano formula"
Carsten Urbach Hörsaal I
16.10.2014 (Do) 15:15-16:30 i"The (state of the) art of Feynman graph evaluation - a personal recollection"
Bethe Colloquium

After a short presentation of the current situation of the (g-2) of the electron, I will try to describe some of the new tools appeared in the years in the technology of Feynman graph evaluation. The ['...']
Referent: Ettore Remiddi (INFN, Bologna)
Veranstalter: C. Börsch
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BC: "The (state of the) art of Feynman graph evaluation - a personal recollection"
Ettore Remiddi Hörsaal I
SS 2014
03.07.2014 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Particle Physics in the Multiverse"
Bethe Colloquium

Is our universe a single entity or part of a multiverse? Can the Standard Model of Particle Physics be derived uniquely from a fundamental theory, or is it just one of many possibilities? Insights fro ['...']
Referent: Bert Schellekens (NIKHEF, Amsterdam)
Veranstalter: C. Börsch
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BC: "Particle Physics in the Multiverse"
Bert Schellekens Hörsaal I
05.06.2014 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Beyond the Standard Model (or not) after LHC-8TeV"
Bethe Colloquium

To date, the LHC has not observed indications of structure beyond the Standard Model of particle physics. Moreover the measured properties of the Brout-Englert-Higgs boson hint at an underlying simpli ['...']
Referent: Graham Ross (Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Beyond the Standard Model (or not) after LHC-8TeV"
Graham Ross Hörsaal I
22.05.2014 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Many-body physics with quantum gases in disorder"
Bethe Colloquium

I will give a brief introduction to the physics of ultracold atoms in random potentials and show that ultracold quantum gases open a wide avenue to study how the interaction between particles influenc ['...']
Referent: Georgy Shlyapnikov (LPTMA, Orsay)
Veranstalter: Börsch
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BC: "Many-body physics with quantum gases in disorder"
Georgy Shlyapnikov Hörsaal I
24.04.2014 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"The Early Universe and LHC: 2 Accelerators for 1 New Physics"
Bethe Colloquium

The discovery of the Higgs boson (LHC) and the results on the cosmic background radiation (early Universe)have assessed the validity of the GSW Standard Model of particle physics and the hot Big Band ['...']
Referent: Antonio Masiero (INFN Padua)
Veranstalter: Börsch, Christa
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BC: "The Early Universe and LHC: 2 Accelerators for 1 New Physics"
Antonio Masiero Hörsaal I
WS 2013/14
16.01.2014 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Heat kernels and their applications in geometry, topology and group theory"
Bethe Colloquium

The heat kernel is a well known object in physics. We are interested in the kernel of the Laplace operator acting on p-forms of the universal covering of a closed Riemannian manifold. One can extract ['...']
Referent: Wolfgang Lück (Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics, Universität Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Heat kernels and their applications in geometry, topology and group theory"
Wolfgang Lück Hörsaal I
05.12.2013 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"Why just the Standard Model Group, 4 dimensions and the Higgs representation?"
Bethe Colloquium

Don Bennett and I looked for relatively simple quantity/function depending on a Lie group being so cleverly found that it takes its maximum value just for the Standard Model group. The group dependent ['...']
Referent: Holger Bech Nielsen (Niels-Bohr-Institut, Kopenhagen)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Why just the Standard Model Group, 4 dimensions and the Higgs representation?"
Holger Bech Nielsen Hörsaal I
07.11.2013 (Do) 14:00-18:00 i"Magnetic monopoles in spin ice"
Bethe Colloquium

Magnetic monopoles were first proposed to exist by Dirac many decades ago as the natural counterparts of electrically charged particles such as the electron. Despite much searching, no elementary mono ['...']
Referent: Roderich Moessner (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Dresden)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Magnetic monopoles in spin ice"
Roderich Moessner Hörsaal I
24.10.2013 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Conformal Field Theory, old and new"
Bethe Colloquium

Conformal field theories are both interesting and important. Recently there has been a renewed interest in these theories in four dimensions. After reviewing some old results about conformal field th ['...']
Referent: Stefan Theisen (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein-Institut), Potsdam-Golm)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Conformal Field Theory, old and new"
Stefan Theisen Hörsaal I
SS 2013
04.07.2013 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Moonshine in Mathematics and String Theory"
Bethe Colloquium

The story of "monstrous moonshine" is a famous success story of mutual interactions between mathematics and physics. In mathematics, Conway/Norton's "monstrous moonshine conjecture" relates a spo ['...']
Referent: Katrin Wendland (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Moonshine in Mathematics and String Theory"
Katrin Wendland Hörsaal I
13.06.2013 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Supergravity, Dark Matter and the LHC"
Bethe Colloquium

Symmetries have been fundamental in driving progress in theoretical physics and are at the basis of many extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics. In this talk I will discuss in particular ['...']
Referent: Laura Covi (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Supergravity, Dark Matter and the LHC"
Laura Covi Hörsaal I
06.05.2013 (Mo) 14:15-15:30 i"Quantum Criticality and Strongly Correlated Fermions"
Bethe Colloquium

Quantum criticality describes the collective fluctuations of matter undergoing a continuous phase transition at absolute zero. It is of extensive current interest to a variety of quantum condensed mat ['...']
Referent: Qimao Si (Rice University)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Quantum Criticality and Strongly Correlated Fermions"
Qimao Si Seminarraum bctp 1
25.04.2013 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"The Hoyle state and the fate of carbon-based life "
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Ulf-G. Meissner (HISKP, Universität Bonn)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "The Hoyle state and the fate of carbon-based life "
Ulf-G. Meissner Hörsaal I
18.04.2013 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Quantum Quenches in one dimensional many-particle systems"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Fabian Essler (Oxford University)
Veranstalter: Christa Börsch
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BC: "Quantum Quenches in one dimensional many-particle systems"
Fabian Essler Hörsaal I
WS 2012/13
14.01.2013 (Mo) 15:15-17:00 i" Entanglement, holography and the quantum phases of matter"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Subir Sachdev (Harvard University)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: " Entanglement, holography and the quantum phases of matter"
Subir Sachdev Hörsaal I
06.12.2012 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Dark Matter Universe: On the Threshold of Discovery"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Rocky Kolb (The University of Chicago)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Dark Matter Universe: On the Threshold of Discovery"
Rocky Kolb Hörsaal I
15.11.2012 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"The Higgs Boson"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Ulrich Ellwanger (Université Paris-Sud)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "The Higgs Boson"
Ulrich Ellwanger Hörsaal I
SS 2012
28.06.2012 (Do) 15:00-17:00 i"Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the Emergence of Gravity"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Erik Verlinde (University of Amsterdam)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the Emergence of Gravity"
Erik Verlinde Hörsaal I
24.05.2012 (Do) ganztägig i"Black holes and qubits"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Michael Duff (Imperial College, London)
Veranstalter:
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BC: "Black holes and qubits"
Michael Duff Hörsaal I
12.04.2012 (Do) ganztägig i"Escher-Symmetries - Discovered in Nature?"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Carsten Andrew Lütken (University of Oslo)
Veranstalter:
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BC: "Escher-Symmetries - Discovered in Nature?"
Carsten Andrew Lütken Hörsaal I
WS 2011/12
12.01.2012 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"From Quarks to Chromodynamics"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Harald Fritzsch (LMU München)
Veranstalter: Michaela Mettler
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BC: "From Quarks to Chromodynamics"
Harald Fritzsch Hörsaal I
08.12.2011 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Neutrinos as Probes of new Physics"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Manfred Lindner (MPI für Kernphysik, Heidelberg)
Veranstalter: Michaela Mettler
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BC: "Neutrinos as Probes of new Physics"
Manfred Lindner Hörsaal I
13.10.2011 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Broken Symmetry "
Bethe Colloquium

François Englert is one of the pioneers of spontaneous symmetry breaking in quantum field theory. The Brout–Englert–Higgs mechanism, suggested in 1964, proved to be the key to understand the mass ['...']
Referent: Francois Englert (Université Libre, Brüssel)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Broken Symmetry "
Francois Englert Hörsaal I
SS 2011
30.06.2011 (Do) 14:00-18:00 i"Of Mesons and Metals - Bethe and the 5th Dimension"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Volker Schomerus (Desy Hamburg)
Veranstalter: zimmermann
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BC: "Of Mesons and Metals - Bethe and the 5th Dimension"
Volker Schomerus Hörsaal I
30.06.2011 (Do) 13:00-14:00 i"Bethe Colloquium"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Volker Schomerus (Desy Hamburg)
Veranstalter: zimmermann
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BC: "Bethe Colloquium"
Volker Schomerus Hörsaal I
26.05.2011 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Microphysics and Nature's Fundamental Length"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Gia Dvali (LMU München / CERN)
Veranstalter: zimmermann
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BC: "Microphysics and Nature's Fundamental Length"
Gia Dvali Hörsaal I
07.04.2011 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i""Searches for a neutrino magnetic moment""
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Mikhail Voloshin (W.Fine Theoretical Physics Institute, University of Minnesota and Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow )
Veranstalter: Eva Zimmermann
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BC: ""Searches for a neutrino magnetic moment""
Mikhail Voloshin Hörsaal I
WS 2010/11
13.01.2011 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"New Tools for Forecasting Old Physics at the LHC"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Lance Dixon (Cern / SLAC)
Veranstalter: Eva Zimmermann
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BC: "New Tools for Forecasting Old Physics at the LHC"
Lance Dixon Hörsaal I
16.12.2010 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Searching for New Physics at Very Short Distance Scales with Flavour Physics"
Bethe Colloquium

After an introduction to the Standard Model of elementary particle interactions, I will give several arguments why particle physicists expect New Physics, represented by new forces and new particles, ['...']
Referent: Andrzej Jerzey Buras (TUM München )
Veranstalter: Eva Zimmermann
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BC: "Searching for New Physics at Very Short Distance Scales with Flavour Physics"
Andrzej Jerzey Buras Hörsaal I
18.11.2010 (Do) 13:00-18:00 i"Dark Matter: A Debate"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Pavel Kroupa / Simon White
Veranstalter: zimmermann
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BC: "Dark Matter: A Debate"
Pavel Kroupa / Simon White Hörsaal I
21.10.2010 (Do) 15:15-17:00 i"A piece of 21st century mathematics that didn't make it into the 20th century physics"
Bethe Colloquium

Special place: Lecture Hall MPI Max Planck Institute for Mathematics Vivatsgasse 7 53111 Bonn ['...']
Referent: Sergei Gukov (CalTech / MPI for Mathematics, Bonn)
Veranstalter: Eva Zimmermann
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BC: "A piece of 21st century mathematics that didn't make it into the 20th century physics"
Sergei Gukov Extern
SS 2010
08.07.2010 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"The unreasonable effectiveness of physics in mathematics"
Bethe Colloquium

Understanding quantum fields and strings has not only involved beautiful geometric structures, it has also led to new powerful ideas that are transforming large parts of mathematics. ['...']
Referent: Robbert Dijkgraaf (University of Amsterdam)
Veranstalter: Eva Zimmermann
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BC: "The unreasonable effectiveness of physics in mathematics"
Robbert Dijkgraaf Hörsaal I
17.06.2010 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Time evolution in quantum impurity systems"
Bethe Colloquium

Quantum Impurity systems have traditionally provided a laboratory for studying theoretical and experimental aspects of the interplay between correlations and nonequilibrium dynamics. We shall present ['...']
Referent: Natan Andrei (Rutgers University)
Veranstalter: Zimmermann
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BC: "Time evolution in quantum impurity systems"
Natan Andrei Hörsaal I
20.05.2010 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Strings at the LHC?"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Dieter Lüst (LMU München / MPI für Physik München)
Veranstalter: Eva Zimmermann
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BC: "Strings at the LHC?"
Dieter Lüst Hörsaal I
29.04.2010 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Quantum Leptogenesis"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Wilfried Buchmüller (DESY Hamburg)
Veranstalter: zimmermann
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BC: "Quantum Leptogenesis"
Wilfried Buchmüller Hörsaal I
WS 2009/10
21.01.2010 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Effective field-theory tools for LHC physics"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Matthias Neubert (Uni Mainz)
Veranstalter: zimmermann
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BC: "Effective field-theory tools for LHC physics"
Matthias Neubert Hörsaal I
10.12.2009 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Present Status of Lepton Anomalous Magnetic Moments"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Eduardo de Rafael (Marseille, CPT)
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Present Status of Lepton Anomalous Magnetic Moments"
Eduardo de Rafael Hörsaal I
19.11.2009 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i"Cosmology beyond the Standard Model"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Subir Sarkar (Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics (Oxford University))
Veranstalter: Patricia Zündorf
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BC: "Cosmology beyond the Standard Model"
Subir Sarkar Hörsaal I
22.10.2009 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"The hyperbolic algebra E10: searching for a fundamental symmetry of space - time - matter"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Hermann Nicolai (Albert Einstein Institut)
Veranstalter: Grimm
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BC: "The hyperbolic algebra E10: searching for a fundamental symmetry of space - time - matter"
Hermann Nicolai Hörsaal I
SS 2009
25.06.2009 (Do) 15:00-18:00 i""
Bethe Colloquium
Veranstalter: grimm
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BC: Ohne Titel
Hörsaal I
25.06.2009 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Supernova dynamics and nucleosynthesis"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Karlheinz Langanke (GSI Darmstadt)
Veranstalter: grimm
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BC: "Supernova dynamics and nucleosynthesis"
Karlheinz Langanke Hörsaal I
14.05.2009 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"The LHC: the world's most powerful microscope and telescope"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: John Ellis (CERN)
Veranstalter: Grimm
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BC: "The LHC: the world's most powerful microscope and telescope"
John Ellis Hörsaal I
14.05.2009 (Do) 13:00-15:00 i""
Bethe Colloquium
Veranstalter: grimm
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BC: Ohne Titel
Konferenzraum I
WS 2008/09
22.01.2009 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Methods and scope of investigations of integrable quantum systems at finite temperature"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Andreas Klümper (Wuppertal)
Veranstalter: grimm
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BC: "Methods and scope of investigations of integrable quantum systems at finite temperature"
Andreas Klümper Konferenzraum I
15.01.2009 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"t.b.a."
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: N.N.
Veranstalter: Grimm
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BC: "t.b.a."
N.N. Konferenzraum I
11.12.2008 (Do) 15:15-18:00 i"Cosmic Inflation and Initial Conditions in the Universe"
Bethe Colloquium
Referent: Viatcheslav Mukhanov (LMU, Munich)
Veranstalter: Grimm
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BC: "Cosmic Inflation and Initial Conditions in the Universe"
Viatcheslav Mukhanov (LMU, Munich) Konferenzraum I

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