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KMI Colloquium

“KMI Colloquium” is usually held once in a month, speakers can be mainly invited from other institutions.

The audience is usually not specified. Any KMI member and related researchers, including KMI visitors and students, and any researcher who is interested in the theme can join.​

 

8 2022 JUN
Wednesday, July. 8th, 2022
Nuclear Physics from Lattice QCD
Takumi DOI (RIKEN)
KMI Colloquium
25 2022 MAY
Wednesday, May. 25th, 2022
Multi-Messenger Signals from Unjetted Active Supermassive Black Holes
Yoshiyuki Inoue (Assoc. Prof. of Osaka-U)
KMI Colloquium
13 2022 APR
Wednesday, Apr. 13th, 2022
Neutrino oscillations and CP Violation with the European Spallation Source neutrino Super Beam project
Prof. Marcos A. Dracos (IPHC-IN2P3/CNRS, University of Strasbourg)
KMI Colloquium
9 2022 MAR
Wednesday, Mar. 9th, 2022
Origin of neutrino masses — Implications to particle physics and cosmology
Prof. Takehiko Asaka(Niigata Univ.)
KMI Colloquium
26 2022 JAN
Wednesday, Jan. 26th, 2022
A new dawn of spectroscopy
Dr. Franz Muheim (Edinburgh University)
KMI Colloquium
8 2021 DEC
Wednesday, Dec. 8th, 2021
The search for primordial gravitational waves from cosmic inflation with CMB experiments in the Atacama desert and space
Dr. Yuji Chinone (Univ. of Tokyo)
KMI Colloquium
25 2021 NOV
Thursday, Nov. 25th, 2021
The pursuit of the most general gravity theory
Prof. Masahide Yamaguchi (Tokyo Tech)
KMI Colloquium
13 2021 OCT
Wednesday, Oct. 13th, 2021
Recent developments in JT gravity
Prof. Kazumi Okuyama (Shinshu U.)
KMI Colloquium
29 2021 SEP
Wednesday, Sep. 29th, 2021
Fate of quarkonia in the quark-gluon plasma
 Prof. Yukinao Akamatsu (Osaka Univ.)
KMI Colloquium
28 2021 JUL
Wednesday, July 28th, 2021
Research and development of xenon bubble chamber detector for underground experiments
Dr. Yoshihito Gando (Tohoku University)
KMI Colloquium