Academic Training Lectures | Black Holes from a Particle Physics Perspective | 18-19 November

Black Holes from a Particle Physics Perspective by Georgi Dvali


Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 November 2014
from 11 am to 12 noon
at CERN ( 40-S2-A01 - Salle Anderson )

Description: We will review the physics of black holes, both large and small, from a particle physicist's perspective, using particle physics tools for describing concepts such as entropy, temperature and quantum information processing. We will also discuss microscopic pictures of black hole formation in high energy particle scattering, potentially relevant for high-energy accelerator experiments, and some differences and similarities with the signatures of other BSM physics.

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