YTF 12

from Wednesday, 18 December 2019 (11:00) to Thursday, 19 December 2019 (14:00)
Centre for Particle Theory, Durham

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
18 Dec 2019
19 Dec 2019
AM
09:00
Parallel Session 3 - Philip Glass (Durham University) (until 11:00) (CM107)
09:00 The abelian duality web in 2+1 dimensions - Mohammad Akhond (Swansea University)   (CM107)
09:30 Introduction to non-equilibrium QFT, and the 2PI effective action - Frederick del Pozo (University of Heidelberg) Mr Frederick del Pozo (University of Heidelberg)   (CM107)
10:00 Scalar Fields in 2D de Sitter Space - Mr Lasse Schmieding (University of York)   (CM107)
10:30 Non-Lorentzian Descriptions for the M5-brane - Rishi Mouland (King’s College London)   (CM107)
09:00
Parallel Session 3 - Matthew Renwick (Department of Mathematical Sciences - Durham University) (until 11:00) (CM101)
09:00 Hasse Diagrams for Higgs Branches - Julius Grimminger (Imperial College London)   (CM101)
09:30 SO(10) at the LHC - Simon King (University of Southampton)   (CM101)
10:00 Recursion Relations for Anomalous Dimensions in the 6d (2,0) Theory - Theresa Abl   (CM101)
10:30 Twistor action for gamma-deformed SYM - Sumer Jaitly   (CM101)
11:00 --- Tea, Coffee and Biscuits ---
11:30
Parallel Session 4 - Francesco Sarandrea (IPPP) (until 13:00) (CM101)
11:30 Detecting Gravitational Waves from the Early Universe - Chloe gowling   (CM101)
12:00 Sub-Planckian ϕ^2 Inflation with an R^2 term in the Palatini formalism - Ms Amy Lloyd-Stubbs (Lancaster University)   (CM101)
12:30 Classification of N=1 heterotic string vacua and towards N=0 classification - Benjamin Percival (Liverpool University)   (CM101)
11:30
Parallel Session 4 - Theresa Abl (Durham) (until 13:00) (CM107)
11:30 Resurgence and Picard-Lefschetz theory in Quantum Field Theory - Mr Philip Glass (Durham University)   (CM107)
12:00 A bogomol'nyi equation for magnetic skyrmions - Brunno Barton-Singer (Heriot-Watt University)   (CM107)
12:30 Resurgence in the Bi-Yang-Baxter model - Lucas Schepers (Swansea University)   (CM107)
PM
12:30
Lunch (until 13:30) ()
13:30
Registration and Check-In (until 14:30) ()
14:30
Welcome - Joseph Bullock (IPPP, Durham University) (until 14:45) (CM101)
14:45
Parallel Session 1 - Ryan Moodie (Durham University) (until 16:15) (CM101)
14:45 Leptoquark Pair Production at Future Colliders - Maeve Madigan (University of Cambridge)   (CM101)
15:15 Muon and electron g-2 in a Z' model with vector-like fermions - Sam Rowley (University of Southampton)   (CM101)
15:45 Lifetimes of charmed hadrons - Christos Vlahos (IPPP, Durham University)   (CM101)
14:45
Parallel Session 1 - Connor Armstrong (Durham University) (until 16:15) (CM107)
14:45 Can you regularise gravity on a supermanifold? - Matthew Kellett (University of Southampton)   (CM107)
15:15 A novel approach to perturbatively renormalizable quantum gravity - Mr Alex Mitchell-Lister (University of Southampton)   (CM107)
15:45 Quantum Gravity - No Strings Attached! - Axel Polaczek (University of Sheffield)   (CM107)
16:15 --- Tea, Coffee and Biscuits ---
16:30
Parallel Session 2 - James Whitehead (IPPP, Durham) (until 18:00) (CM101)
16:30 QCD coherence and how it fails - Jack Holguin (University of Manchester) Mr Jack Holguin (The university of manchester)   (CM101)
17:00 Scattering Amplitudes Soft Anomalous Dimension in QCD - Niamh Maher (University of Edinburgh)   (CM101)
17:30 High Energy Jets - Emmet Byrne (The University of Edinburgh)   (CM101)
16:30
Parallel Session 2 - Alastair Stewart (Durham University) (until 18:00) (CM107)
16:30 Grand Covariance in Quantum Gravity - Kieran Finn (University of Manchester)   (CM107)
17:00 Application of the eigenfunctions of the Dirac operator on spheres to de Sitter QFT - Mr Vasileios Letsios (speaker and author)   (CM107)
17:30 Probing Black Hole Microstates - Marcel Hughes (QMUL)   (CM107)
18:00 --- Tea, Coffee and Biscuits ---
18:20 IoP Address   ()
18:30
Plenary Speaker: Prof. Gavin Salam - Joseph Bullock (IPPP, Durham University) (until 19:30) (CM101)
19:30
Posters and Pizza (until 20:30) (Bransden Room)
13:00
Closing remarks (until 13:15) (CM101)
13:15
Lunch (until 13:45) (Coffee break room)