DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series

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Seminar given at CMS Seminar given at CMS
[DAMTP Seminars RSS feed] DAMTP Seminars

Today 13:00

Brane deformations in supergravity
Vasilis Niarchos (University of Crete)
String Theory Seminars

Today 14:15

Topological foundations for classical encryption and quantum teleportation
Jamie Vicary (University of Oxford)
CQIF Seminar

Tomorrow 13:00

Noncommutative geometry and its relation to General Relativity
John Madore (LPT Orsay)
DAMTP Friday GR Seminar

Tomorrow 16:00

Experimental study of turbulent multiphase flows: inertial particles, collisions and bubble dynamics
Alberto Aliseda, University of Washington
Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP)

Tomorrow 16:00

SUSY model building for a 126 GeV Higgs
Moritz McGarrie
HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar

[Other Seminars at CMS RSS feed] Other Seminars at CMS

Today 09:15

Robust statistical decisions under model misspecification by re-weighted Monte Carlo samplers
Holmes, C (University of Oxford)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series

Today 10:30

Particle islands and archipelagos: some large sample theory
Olsson, JR (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series

Today 11:00

Numerical Methods for (Quasi)Variational Inequalities - Part I
Hintermueller, M (Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series