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2024-03-26
11:12
Status and Prospects of the JUNO neutrino experiment / Yifang, Wang (speaker) (Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing)
The JUNO experiment located at Jiangmen in the south of China nearby Macau is primarily a reactor neutrino experiment at a baseline of 53 km. With a total target mass of 20 kt liquid scintillator, it can measure precisely the reactor neutrino spectrum to determine the mass hierarchy and to improve the precision of neutrino mixing parameters by an order of magnitude. [...]
2024 - 1:20:56. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Status and Prospects of the JUNO neutrino experiment

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2024-02-07
08:29
50 years of QCD / Gross, David (speaker) (KITP/UCSB)
Coffee and tea served at 16:00pm..
2024 - 1:29:19. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : 50 years of QCD

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2024-02-06
14:27
US Particle Physics for the Next Ten Years / Murayama, Hitoshi (speaker) ((IPMU), University of Tokyo and UC Berkeley Physics)
The US particle physics community has gone through a long-range planning exercise for the next ten years. The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5) issued a report with recommendations to Department of Energy and National Science Foundation. [...]
2024 - 1:30:39. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : US Particle Physics for the Next Ten Years

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2023-12-01
16:39
Einstein Telescope: the next generation Gravitational Wave observatory in Europe / Punturo, Michele (speaker) (INFN, Perugia)
Gravitational waves (GWs) are the newest tool for exploring the Universe. Advanced Virgo and Advanced LIGO have opened a new window on the Universe by detecting GW signals in the Hz-kHz frequency range. [...]
2023 - 1:14:04. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Einstein Telescope: the next generation Gravitational Wave observatory in Europe

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2023-10-05
09:15
Large-scale Electricity Storage / Llewellyn Smith, Chris (speaker) (Oxford University)
Electricity will meet an increasing fraction of the world’s growing energy needs as fossil fuels are phased out.  In many countries, most will be provided by wind and solar. To match wind and solar, which are volatile, with demand, which is variable, they must be complemented by using wind and solar generated electricity that has been stored when there is an excess, and/or supply from large-scale flexible low-carbon sources, of which there are very few. [...]
2023 - 1:26:11. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Large-scale Electricity Storage

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2023-09-15
14:36
On the Origin of Time / Hertog, Thomas (speaker) (KU Leuven)
Perhaps the biggest question Stephen Hawking tried to answer in his extraordinary career was how the universe could have created conditions so perfectly hospitable to life.Pondering this mystery led him to study its big bang origin, but his early work ran into a crisis when the math predicted many big bangs producing many universes, most far too bizarre to harbor life.Holed up in theoretical physics departments across the globe, Hawking and I worked shoulder to shoulder for twenty years, to develop a novel quantum framework for early universe cosmology that could account for the emergence of life. At the heart of our cosmogony lies a theory of the beginning that predicts that time and indeed physics itself fade away back into the big bang.In this colloquium I recount our quest to get a grips on the origin of time, and the bold new take on some of the universe’s fundamentals we were led to. Short bio: Thomas Hertog is a theoretical cosmologist at the KU Leuven. [...]
2023 - 1:09:18. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : On the Origin of Time

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2023-07-28
15:54
Quantum matter and clock: from emergent phenomena to fundamental physics / Ye, Jun (speaker) (University of Colorado, Boulder)
​​Precise quantum state engineering, many-body physics, and innovative laser technology are revolutionizing the performance of atomic clocks and metrology, providing opportunities to explore emerging phenomena and probe fundamental physics. Recent advances include precise control of many-body interactions to achieve high accuracy, measurement of gravitation time dilation across a few hundred micrometers, and employment of spin squeezing for clock comparison..
2023 - 1:31:19. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Quantum matter and clock: from emergent phenomena to fundamental physics

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2023-06-26
13:57
Long-Lived Particles and the Future of Particle Physics / Feng, Jonathan Lee (speaker) (University of California Irvine (US))
​The gold standard for progress in particle physics is the discovery of new elementary particles. For decades the search for new particles focused on heavy particles with short lifetimes. [...]
2023 - 1:15:35. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Long-Lived Particles and the Future of Particle Physics

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2023-06-09
17:44
Latest Results from AMS on the International Space Station / Ting, Samuel (speaker) (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
​Data taking with AMS at CERN began on 25th May twelve years ago. Prof Ting will summarize all the discoveries accumulated over the past twelve years from 210 billion cosmic rays up to energies of trillion electron volts, including some new results..
2023 - 1:30:27. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Latest Results from AMS on the International Space Station

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2023-03-14
11:04
Long baseline atom interferometry / Kasevich, Mark (speaker) (Stanford University)
Recent advances in methods to coherently manipulate atomic de Broglie waves have enabled a new generation of atom interferometers with unique capability to address outstanding fundamental science challenges.  These challenges include detection of gravitational radiation at frequencies below 1 Hz, searches for ultralight dark matter, and new tests of gravitational physics.  This talk will describe recent  progress in this field and outline future scientific opportunities.This is special Colloquium part of the “Terrestrial Very-Long-Baseline Atom Interferometry Workshop” (13-14 March 2023) with a short introduction to the Workshop at 08:45.The Colloquium is officially starting at 09:15..
2023 - 0:58:09. CERN Colloquium External link: Event details In : Long baseline atom interferometry

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