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KMI Theory Seminar

The theme of Theory is usually related with theory and the theme of Experimental Seminar is with experiment but anyone who is interested in the theme can join, theorist can join to Experimental seminar and vice versa. ​

Speakers can be internal or invited, mainly invited or sometimes KMI visitor although there is no restriction. 

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.​

6 2022 JUL
A fierce new challenge: unveil the connection between the first galaxies and reionization
Enrico Garaldi (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Astrophysik)
KMI Theory Seminar
28 2022 JUN
Probing the Origin of Gravitational Wave Sources
Johan Samsing (Niels Bohr International Academy, Univ. of Copenhagen)
KMI Theory Seminar
24 2021 JUN
Thursday, June 24th, 2021
On the 4-dimensional Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory
Chunshan Lin (Jagiellonian University)
KMI Theory Seminar
11 2020 JUN
Thursday, June 11th, 2020
Axions and low scale inflation
Lorenzo Ubaldi (SISSA)
KMI Theory Seminar
10 2020 MAR
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Canceled – A phenomenological approach to interacting vacuum in cosmology:a progress report
Marco Bruni ( University of Portsmouth )
KMI Theory Seminar
12 2020 FEB
Wednesday, Feb. 12th, 2020
Canceled – Axions and low scale inflation
Lorenzo Ubaldi (SISSA)
KMI Theory Seminar
30 2020 JAN
Thursday, Jan 30, 2020
Perturbations of bounce scenario from f(T) modified gravity revisited
Prof. Taotao Qiu (Central China Normal University)
KMI Theory Seminar
20 2020 JAN
Monday, Jan 20, 2020
Supersymmetric Solitons: Exact results in super-Yang-Mills
Prof. M. Shifman (University of Minnesota)
KMI Theory Seminar
28 2019 NOV
Thursday, Nov. 28th, 2019
Discovering New Physics with Flavour
Prof. Andreas Crivellin (Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI))
KMI Theory Seminar
10 2019 SEP
Monday, Sep 10th, 2019
Determination of QGP parameters from a global Bayesian analysis
Steffen A. Bass (Duke Univ.)
KMI Theory Seminar