January 16, 2023 to January 15, 2024
Asia/Seoul timezone

IBS-CTPU, regular seminars will be on every Wednesday 3PM in our seminar room.       
(Special dates/times are announced as RED text)

Previous seminar 

seminar organizers 

  • Jai-Chan Hwang
  • Sang Hui Im
  • Seung-Joo Lee

 (*:To be confirmed) 

Date    Speaker Title
Jan. 18  
(4 pm)
Yi-nan Wang (Peking U.) Global structures of 3d SUSY QFTs from M-theory
Feb. 15Nodoka Yamanaka (Nagoya U.) Quantification of the hadronic CP violation contribution to the electric dipole moment
Mar. 13Maria Mylova (Ewha Womans U.) Parity violating graviton non-Gaussianity in alpha-vacuum
Mar. 15Sungwoo Hong (KAIST) Generalized Global Symmetries in Particle Physics
Mar. 29Anirban Biswas (CQUeST) Modified cosmology: A study of dark matter and baryon asymmetry
Apr. 19 Mohammad Arif Shaikh (SNU) Standardizing the definition of eccentricity for gravitational wave astronomy
Apr. 26Christoph Saulder (KASI) An Overview of DESI and the first detection of the BAO signal using its early data
May 17Jeonghyeon Song (Konkuk U.) Delving into the rare events for BSM
May 24Sven Heinemeyer (IFT Madrid) New Higgs bosons at the LHC?!
May 31Yuichiro Tada (Nagoya U. and KEK) Stochastic approach to the inflationary universe
Jun. 23  
(Fri, 2 pm)
Eran Palti (Ben-Gurion) Putting the Swampland on firm ground
July 11 (Tue, 1.30 pm)Paul Oehlmann (Northeastern) The geometry of 5D twisted reductions in M-theory
July 19 (4 pm)Xavier Calmet (U. of Sussex) Quantum Gravitational Corrections to Particle Creation by Black Holes and the Information Paradox
Aug 16 (2 pm)Biswajit Karmakar (U. of Silesia) Leptons and flavor symmetries
Sep 6Evgenii Ievlev (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute) How superconductors help us understand quantum chromodynamics
Oct 18Michael Peskin (SLAC) Experiments on QED with Strong Electromagnetic Fields
Nov 29Rinku Maji (JBNU) SUSY U(1) B-L flat direction and NANOGrav 15 year data
Dec 20Kazunori Kohri (NAOJ) TBA