High Energy Phenomenology and Theory

Chair Information
Jacob Sonnenschein
Orenstein 110

Lectures for this program:

Lecture Time Speaker Lecture subject
16:15-16:30 Avia Raviv Moshe Lifshitz Anomalies from Split Dimensional Regularization
We present a method for calculating Lifshitz anomaly coefficients from correlation functions using split dimensional reg...
16:30-16:45 Itamar Hason Spontaneous Breaking of Non-Relativistic Scale Symmetry
We analyze the mechanism of spontaneous symmetry breaking of scale invariance in Galilean invariant field theories.
16:45-17:00 Sho Iwamoto [1] MSSM4G scenario
We discuss an extension to the MSSM, so-called MSSM4G scenario, which realizes Bino dark matter compatible with the obse...
17:00-17:15 Walter Tangarife Extending the scope of holographic mutual information and chaotic behavior
We extend the use of holography to investigate the scrambling properties of various p
17:15-17:30 Adar Sharon Charged Boundary States in the Schwinger Model
QED in 1+1 dimensions (also called the Schwinger Model) possesses two rare and interesting properties - It is both exact...
17:30-17:45 Lior Liram On The Black Hole Interior in String Theory
The potential behind the horizon of a black hole in classical theories is described in terms of data that is available t...