Astroparticle Colloquium History
Date Room Speaker Title
Jun 13 2017
14:00
Silvio Bonometto
(INAF-OATS, Trieste, IT)
Cosmologies with strong DM-DE coupling and a WDM component
May 16 2017
14:00
Jishnu Bhattacharyya
()
Lorentz violation, Penrose type energy mining and perpetual machines
May 11 2017
14:00
Room 005 Christian Pfeifer
(Tartu University)
Curved Spacetimes with local kappa-Poincare dispersion relation
Apr 12 2017
14:00
Riccardo Catena
(Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
Non relativistic effective theory methods for dark matter detection
Mar 14 2017
14:00
128-129 Dr. Mehdi Saravani
(Nottingham University)
Non-locality and dark matter?
Feb 21 2017
2:00
Room 136 - SISSA Main Building, Sumati Surya
(Raman Research Inst., Bangalore)
A study of two dimensional causal set quantum gravity
Jul 06 2016
14:00
Room 005 Chunshan Lin
(Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)
Do we have to modify gravity in the very early universe?
Jun 16 2016
14:00
Room 004 Michele Vallisneri
(Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
LIGO vs pulsar timing: stellar-mass black holes now, massive black holes soon
Jun 14 2016
14:00
Room 004 Andrea Dapor
(University of Erlangen)
How classical spacetimes could emerge from quantum gravity
May 05 2016
14:00
Room 5 Dr. Eduardo Martin Martinez
(Institue of Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo and Perimeter Institute, Canada)
Timelike information broadcasting, entanglement harvesting and Cosmology
Mar 15 2016
14:00
room 137 Francesco Cianfrani
(University of Wroclaw, Poland)
Quantum Reduced Loop Gravity
Dec 15 2015
14:00
Room 005 Prof. Thomas Sotiriou
(University of Nottingham)
Lorentz violations, causality, and black holes
Dec 10 2015
14:00
Room 137 Prof. Fabrizio Tavecchio
(INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera)
Blazars: astrophysical laboratories and astroparticle beams
Nov 05 2015
15:00
Room 004 Prof. Shinji Mukohyama
(Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)
Massive gravity and cosmology
Oct 14 2015
11:00
TBA Prof. Robert Brandenberger
(McGill University, Montreal, Quebec)
Searching for Cosmic Strings in New Observational Windows
Oct 13 2015
14:00
Room 004 Dr. Francesca Vidotto
(Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Possible quantum-gravity signals from primordial black holes
Feb 10 2015
16:00
Room 005 Chiara Arina
(Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
Dark Matter direct detection and Bayesian statistics
Dec 16 2014
16:00
Room 005 Diego Blas
(CERN)
“Massive neutrinos and cosmological structure formation: analytical approaches beyond linear theory”
Oct 07 2014
11:30
room 005 Paolo Pani
(Instituto Superior Tecnico - Lisboa)
Black holes as strong-gravity labs
Apr 01 2014
14:00
room 005 Fay Dowker
(Imperial College, London)
In search of lost time....in quantum gravity
Mar 11 2014
14:00
room 005B Emanuele Berti
(University of Mississipi)
Fundamental physics and astrophysics of compact-binary mergers
Nov 27 2013
16:00
SISSA - room 005 Alejandro Ibarra
(TU Munich)
Searching for spectral features in the gamma-ray sky
Nov 26 2013
14:00
SISSA - room 004 Ted Jacobson
(University of Maryland College Park)
Spacetime approach to force-free magnetospheres
Nov 21 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 J.F. Kamenik
(Dept. of Physics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Dark side of Higgs boson
Oct 24 2013
16:15
SISSA - Big Meeting Room (7th floor) Bill Unruh
(University of British Columbia, Canada)
Black hole entropy, unitarity, firewalls, etc
Oct 22 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 005 L. Lehner
(Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Ontario, Canada)
Gravitational and (possible) electromagnetic signals from compact binaries
Oct 15 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 005 C.J. Fewster
(University of York, U.K.)
On preferred states and the Hadamard condition
Sep 05 2013
11:00
SISSA - Room 135 Martin Bojowald
(Penn State)
Effective space-time in loop quantum gravity and signature change
May 21 2013
14:00
Room 005 Sergio Palomares Ruiz
(IST, Lisbon)
Seeing dark matter through neutrino eyes
May 07 2013
14:00
Sissa - Room 005 Diego Blas
(CERN)
Aspects of Lorentz violation in cosmology
Mar 27 2013
16:00
Room 005 Kostas Skenderis
(University of Southampton)
A holographic view of the very early universe
Mar 25 2013
16:00
Room 135 John Donoghue
(University of Massachussets)
The effective field theory of quantum general relativity
Feb 06 2013
16:00
Room 135 Aaron Vincent
(IFIC, Valencia)
Dark Matter and other exotic sources: possible origins of the galactic 511 keV positron signal
Dec 18 2012
16:00
Room 005 Marco Cavaglia
(University of Mississippi)
LIGO: The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory
Dec 04 2012
16:00
Room 005 Luca Maccione
(LMU, Munich and Max Planck Institute)
Propagating cosmic rays in the galaxy and in the heliosphere
Nov 29 2012
16:00
Room 135 Yannis Bardoux
(LPT, Orsay)
How to shape a black hole with matter fields
Nov 15 2012
16:00
Room 135 Sergey Sibiryakov
(INR, Russian Academy of Science)
Testing Lorentz invariance of dark matter
Nov 13 2012
16:00
Room 005 Marcello Musso
(UCL Louvain)
Non-Gaussian halo statistics from excursion sets
Mar 20 2012
16:00
Room 005 Christoph Weniger
(MPI for Physics, Munich)
Gamma-ray Lines & Co. in Indirect Searches for Dark Matter
Feb 07 2012
16:00
room 005 Viatcheslav Mukhanov
(LMU)
Quantum origin of the universe's structure
Jun 14 2011
17:00
SISSA, room 005 John Kelley
(University of Massachusetts, USA)
A New Window onto Ultra-high Energy Cosmic Rays: Super-hybrid Air Shower Observations at the Pierre Auger Observatory
Apr 05 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Albert Roura
(Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany)
Quantum effects and the stability of de Sitter spacetime
Feb 22 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Robert Wagner
(Max Planck Instutute for Physics, Munich, Germany)
Recent Results from the MAGIC Telescopes
Dec 02 2010
16:00
SISSA, room 135 Sudipta Sarkar
(University of Maryland, USA)
Membrane Paradigm in f(R) gravity