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2019-05-24
14:06
Flavour Physics: Old problems, recent hopes and challenges” / Isidori, Gino (speaker) (University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland)
These lectures provide an introduction to flavour physics, with special emphasis on the subject of Lepton Flavour Universality (LFU). We review in particular the present hints  of LFU in B decays, discussing their reliability from a theoretical point of view, their phenomenological interest, and how they fit in the general search for physics beyond the Standard Model. Future prospects in this field, in view of higher statistics and new experiments, and the connections  with high-pT physics, will also be discussed
2019 - 1:12:00. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Flavour Physics: Old problems, recent hopes and challenges”

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2019-05-24
08:53
Flavour Physics: Old problems, recent hopes and challenges” / Isidori, Gino (speaker) (University of Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland)
These lectures provide an introduction to flavour physics, with special emphasis on the subject of Lepton Flavour Universality (LFU). We review in particular the present hints  of LFU in B decays, discussing their reliability from a theoretical point of view, their phenomenological interest, and how they fit in the general search for physics beyond the Standard Model. Future prospects in this field, in view of higher statistics and new experiments, and the connections  with high-pT physics, will also be discussed..
2019 - 1:17:52. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Flavour Physics: Old problems, recent hopes and challenges”

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2019-05-23
12:55
Flavour Physics: Old problems, recent hopes and challenges / Isidori, Gino (speaker) (University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland)
These lectures provide an introduction to flavour physics, with special emphasis on the subject of Lepton Flavour Universality (LFU). We review in particular the present hints  of LFU in B decays, discussing their reliability from a theoretical point of view, their phenomenological interest, and how they fit in the general search for physics beyond the Standard Model. Future prospects in this field, in view of higher statistics and new experiments, and the connections  with high-pT physics, will also be discussed.  
2019 - 1:22:37. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Flavour Physics: Old problems, recent hopes and challenges

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2019-04-18
09:52
Mathematical Modeling of Real World Processes / Wagner, Barbara (speaker) (Weistrass Institute, Berlin, Germany)
From the formation of galaxies to the evolution of the human cell mathematics aims to uncover the underlying abstract structures as an idealized model of reality on all spatial and time scales. Even earlier than writing, mathematics helped to organise and shape the world around us, such as keeping track of life stock, or the seasons to find food or grow crop, and nowadays penetrates each and every part of our lifes. In this talk I will illustrate i) how a mathematical model is conceived as an idealized structure that ii) is amenable to mathematical solutions and iii) allows a physical interpretation that can be validated against an experiment. I will discuss the importance of each step and address the challenges that needs to be overcome to arrive at a viable mathematical model..
2019 - 0:59:26. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Mathematical Modeling of Real World Processes

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2019-03-18
12:02
Mathematical Modeling of Real World Processes / Wagner, Barbara (speaker) (Weistrass Institute, Berlin, Germany)
From the formation of galaxies to the evolution of the human cell mathematics aims to uncover the underlying abstract structures as an idealized model of reality on all spatial and time scales. Even earlier than writing, mathematics helped to organise and shape the world around us, such as keeping track of life stock, or the seasons to find food or grow crop, and nowadays penetrates each and every part of our lifes. In this talk I will illustrate i) how a mathematical model is conceived as an idealized structure that ii) is amenable to mathematical solutions and iii) allows a physical interpretation that can be validated against an experiment. I will discuss the importance of each step and address the challenges that needs to be overcome to arrive at a viable mathematical model..
2019 - 0:49:42. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Mathematical Modeling of Real World Processes

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2019-03-11
12:25
Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Parts – Introduction into Technologies and Materials / Weissgärber, Thomas (speaker)
Introduction Overview Technologies for Metal AM More detailed Description of selected technologies (e.g. LBM, EBM, Binder Jetting) Materials and Properties (examples)
2019 - 1:20:41. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Parts – Introduction into Technologies and Materials

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2019-03-07
11:04
Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Parts – Introduction into Technologies and Materials / Weissgärber, Thomas (speaker) (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials, Dresden, Germany)
Introduction Overview Technologies for Metal AM More detailed Description of selected technologies (e.g. LBM, EBM, Binder Jetting) Materials and Properties (examples)
2019 - 1:27:16. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Parts – Introduction into Technologies and Materials

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2019-02-16
12:04
An Introduction to Go: Why and how to write good Go code / Campoy, Francesc (speaker) (source{d}, San Francisco, USA)
Go has recently hit its 1.10 release and recently celebrated its seventh anniversary as an open source project. During these years Go has become the language of the cloud and it has been adopted by companies and projects across the world, from Google to Microsoft and Apple, and is an essential part of the cloud as it powers Docker and Kubernetes. We will cover why the language was created, the key features that distinguish it from other languages, and how to write code that uses them correctly. We will also focus on the tooling around the language, which is a key factor on its success.   BIO: Francesc Campoy Flores is the VP of Developer Relations at source{d}, a startup applying ML to source code and building the platform for the future of developer tooling. [...]
2019 - 1:01:03. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : An Introduction to Go: Why and how to write good Go code

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2019-02-16
11:58
An Introduction to Go: Why and how to write good Go code / Campoy, Francesc (speaker) (source{d}, San Francisco, USA)
Go has recently hit its 1.10 release and recently celebrated its seventh anniversary as an open source project. During these years Go has become the language of the cloud and it has been adopted by companies and projects across the world, from Google to Microsoft and Apple, and is an essential part of the cloud as it powers Docker and Kubernetes. We will cover why the language was created, the key features that distinguish it from other languages, and how to write code that uses them correctly. We will also focus on the tooling around the language, which is a key factor on its success.   BIO: Francesc Campoy Flores is the VP of Developer Relations at source{d}, a startup applying ML to source code and building the platform for the future of developer tooling. [...]
2019 - 1:08:46. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : An Introduction to Go: Why and how to write good Go code

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2019-02-15
13:58
An Introduction to Go: Why and how to write good Go code / Campoy, Francesc (speaker) (source{d}, San Francisco, USA)
Go has recently hit its 1.10 release and recently celebrated its seventh anniversary as an open source project. During these years Go has become the language of the cloud and it has been adopted by companies and projects across the world, from Google to Microsoft and Apple, and is an essential part of the cloud as it powers Docker and Kubernetes. We will cover why the language was created, the key features that distinguish it from other languages, and how to write code that uses them correctly. We will also focus on the tooling around the language, which is a key factor on its success.   BIO: Francesc Campoy Flores is the VP of Developer Relations at source{d}, a startup applying ML to source code and building the platform for the future of developer tooling. [...]
2019 - 1:07:26. Academic Training Lecture Regular Programme, 2018-2019 External link: Event details In : An Introduction to Go: Why and how to write good Go code

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