All seminars take place at 1500 UK time on Wednesdays.
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|18 January|| Andrew Pilkington
|The Force Aweakens: searching for new sources of CP violation in the electroweak sector||[slides]|
|25 January|| Thea Klaeboe Aarrestad
|Ultrafast Machine Learning Inference at the Large Hadron Collider||[slides]|
|1 February (postponed)|| Kelsey Oliver-Mallory
|Results from LZ (Postponed to next term)||[slides]|
|8 February|| Artur Stzuc
|Standard and Non-Standard Neutrino Oscillations with NOvA||[slides]|
|15 February (postponed)|| Chris Hays
|CDF W mass measurement (Postponed to next term)||[slides]|
|22 February (postponed)|| Veronique Boisvert
|The Climate Emergency: can Particle Physics ever be sustainable? (Postponed to next term)||[slides]|
|1 March||N/A||1st year presentations||[N/A]|
|8 March||N/A||1st year presentations||[N/A]|
|15 March (postponed)|| Amy Smith
|EDI (Postponed to next term)||[slides]|
|22 March (postponed)|| Chris Seez
|CMS HGCAL (Postponed to next term)||[slides]|
All seminars are in Blackett Laboratory Rm 539, at 3 pm on Wednesdays, unless otherwise stated. Tea and biscuits are served 15 minutes before the seminar time when the room booking allows. A zoom link will also be available for those who are isolating or who cannot attend in person.
Anyone wishing to give a seminar should contact Mark Smith, Daniel Winterbottom and Kelsey Oliver-Mallory.
Information on previous seminars can be found here.
Suggestions welcome - Enjoy!