Sep 19 2019 - De 11:30 hasta 12:30 Pablo Antonio Cano Higher-Curvature Gravity, Black Holes and Holography

Higher-curvature theories of gravity are extensions of General Relativity that arise in effective descriptions of quantum gravity theories, such as String Theory.

Sep 9 2019 - De 10:30 hasta 12:00 Jose María Ezquiaga Probing the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves
Sep 6 2019 - De 11:00 hasta 13:00 Diego Medrano Planar Radiation Zeros and Scattering Equations in Field Theory Amplitudes
Sep 5 2019 - De 11:00 hasta 12:00 Thomas Biekötter Phenomenology of the Higgs sectors of the munuSSM and the N2HDM

In this thesis the phenomenology of the Higgs sectors of two Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) theories was investigated.

Jun 26 2019 - De 11:30 hasta 12:30 Guillermo Milans del Bosch Holography in out of equilibrium systems and asymptotic symmetries of black holes

This thesis, presented in the form of a "compilation of articles", touches different areas of Theoretical Physics.

Jun 25 2019 - De 12:00 hasta 13:00 Julia Gehrlein Neutrino windows to new physics

We have evidence that the Standard Model is not complete and that a more fundamental underlying theory remains to be unveiled.

Mar 15 2019 - De 11:30 hasta 12:30 Dagoberto Escobar Type IIA flux vacua with mobile D6-branes and alpha'-corrections

Type IIA flux compactifications have proven to be a rich framework to construct phenomenologically appealing string vacua.

Mar 14 2019 - De 11:00 hasta 12:00 Sebastian Schwieger Aspects of T-branes

We explore the BPS-stability of T-brane configurations of 7-branes on compact 4-cycles in the absence of defects and including them.

Feb 21 2019 - De 11:30 hasta 12:30 Javier Quilis Sancho Next-to-simplified dark matter models

Dark matter constitutes the 27% of the energy content of the universe. However, the nature of dark matter is still a mystery.

Ene 22 2019 - De 11:30 hasta 12:30 Iñaki Lara Probing the electroweak sector of the μνSSM at the LHC

In this thesis we discuss the phenomenological aspects of a SUSY model, the so-called called μνSSM, at the LHC.