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2022-08-26
22:25
[PUBDB-2022-04586] Talk (non-conference)

4d SCFTs with $a = c$
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2022-08-26
22:24
[PUBDB-2022-04585] Talk (non-conference)

Infinitely-many 4d SCFTs with $a=c$
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2022-08-26
22:22
[PUBDB-2022-04584] Talk (non-conference)

6d SCFTs and Their Compactifications
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2022-08-19
11:35
[PUBDB-2022-04511] Talk (non-conference)

Baryogenesis and gravitational waves in the electroweak phase transition
BCTP Seminar, Bonn UniversityBonn, Bonn University, Germany, 11 Jul 20222022-07-11  GO
When the temperature of the universe was about 100 GeV, the electroweak phase transition took place. In this process, the electroweak symmetry broke, and the particles of the Standard Model became massive. [...]
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2022-07-18
12:39
OpenAccess [PUBDB-2022-03928] Talk (non-conference) (Invited)
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Information Retrieval
Summer Student Program, DESYHamburg, DESY, Germany, 19 Jul 2022 - 19 Jul 20222022-07-192022-07-19 [10.3204/PUBDB-2022-03928]  GO
Introduction to information retrieval for summer students including a list of selected services of the DESY library

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2022-07-05
10:21
[PUBDB-2022-03257] Talk (non-conference)

Gravitational waves from cosmological phase transitions: Using LISA to probe particle physics
Nordita Astrophysics Seminar, NorditaStockholm, Nordita, Sweden, 11 May 20222022-05-11  GO
Sound waves sourced by bubble collisions during a cosmological first order phase transition can constitute an observable gravitational wave signal. In the standard picture, the gravitational wave spectrum is described in terms of four parameters: the wall velocity and the strength, duration and temperature of the phase transition. [...]
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2022-07-05
10:18
[PUBDB-2022-03255] Talk (non-conference) (Invited)

Gravitational waves from cosmological phase transitions:Using LISA to probe particle physics
S@INT Seminar, University of WashingtonSeattle, University of Washington, USA, 5 May 20222022-05-05  GO
In many extensions of the Standard Model, the electroweak phase transition is first order. Such a phase transition proceeds via the formation and collision of bubbles. [...]
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2022-07-05
10:13
[PUBDB-2022-03253] Talk (non-conference) (Invited)

Gravitational waves from cosmological phase transitions: Using LISA to probe particle physics
Theory Seminar, University of SiegenSiegen, University of Siegen, Germany, 2 May 20222022-05-02  GO
In many extensions of the Standard Model, the electroweak phase transition is first order. Such a phase transition proceeds via the formation and collision of bubbles. [...]
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2022-07-05
10:08
[PUBDB-2022-03252] Talk (non-conference)

Constraining phase transitions with LISA: Prospects and degeneracies
Theoretical Physics Seminar, Université Libre de BruxellesBrussels, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 11 Mar 20222022-03-11  GO
Sound waves sourced by bubble collisions during a cosmological first order phase transition can constitute an observable gravitational wave signal. In the standard picture, the gravitational wave spectrum is described in terms of four parameters: the wall velocity and the strength, duration and temperature of the phase transition. [...]
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2022-07-05
10:03
[PUBDB-2022-03251] Talk (non-conference) (Invited)

Constraining phase transitions with LISA: Prospects and degeneracies
Cosmology lunch seminar, University of CambridgeCambridge, University of Cambridge, UK, 7 Feb 20222022-02-07  GO
Sound waves sourced by bubble collisions during a cosmological first order phase transition can constitute an observable gravitational wave signal. In the standard picture, the gravitational wave spectrum is described in terms of four parameters: the wall velocity and the strength, duration and temperature of the phase transition. [...]
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