Acto de defensa de tesis doctoral, Iván Coarasa Casas

Tesis en el CAPA

El miércoles 1 de diciembre, a las 16 horas, tendrá lugar por videoconferencia el acto de defensa de la tesis presentada por Iván Coarasa Casas para la obtención del título de Doctor en Ciencias Físicas. La tesis, titulada ANAIS-112. Búsqueda de la modulación anual de la materia oscura con un detector de 112.5 kg de NaI(Tl) en el Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc,  ha sido realizada bajo la dirección de Jorge Puimedón Santolaria y Miguel Ángel Oliván Monge. Puede asistirse al acto de defensa mediante el siguiente enlace:

Enlace al acto de defensa por videoconferencia

 

@FlipPhysics workshop

The @FlipPhysics workshop seeks to bring together the community of physicist working in the areas of Nuclear, Particle Physics and its Applications, especially women, and also (under)-graduate, PhD students, and young researchers, who have the opportunity to be introduced to several scientific topics through (mostly) women who have been successful in the field.
It will take place in Valencia on March 21-25th at IFIC: https://indico.ific.uv.es/event/6372/overview 
There is no fee for invited participants/PhD/master/bachelor’s degree students.
The deadline for abstract submission (talk or poster) is January 17th.
Registration is now open up to March 15th.

Workshop on New Trends in Quantum Physics, Fernando Falceto Fest, 3 de diciembre

Los discípulos de Fernando Falceto hemos decidido organizar el día 3 de diciembre un symposium titulado «New Trends in Quantum Physics» como homenaje con la ocasión de su 60 cumpleaños. El evento tendrá lugar en la Sala de Grados del Edificio A de la Facultad de Ciencias y el programa puede consultarse en la página web

http://saturno.unizar.es/F3www.html

Los organizadores,
F. Ares, M. Asorey, I. Calvo, J. C. Cuchi, G. Luzon.

Charla de Bodo Schwabe sobre «fuzzy dark matter» 🗓

Bodo Schwabe is a PostDoc Researcher at CAPA, focused on dark matter, axions and numerical simulations.

Abstract: On linear scales much larger than the typical extend of galaxies the standard model of cosmology with cold dark matter and a cosmological constant can reproduce observational data with high precision. But there are potential difficulties on galactic scales. In this 50 minutes master level lecture I will present the main concepts of fuzzy dark matter, a well motivated dark matter candidate that reproduces the successes of cold dark matter on large scales, while implying unique observable features like solitons and interference patterns within halos and filaments. During the lecture I will derive the equations of motion governing the evolution of fuzzy dark matter, concentrating on their physical implications. While conceptionally simply, solving these non-linear equations requires intensive numerical computations. Alongside the theoretical considerations I will therefore present numerical methods that have been used to analyse non-linear dynamics of fuzzy dark matter on (sub-)galactic scales

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