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Higgs Hour: Laura Keating 'How and when the Universe warmed up (and what that means for learning about dark matter)'

https://higgs.ph.ed.ac.uk/event/higgs-hour-with-laura-keating/

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Higgs Chat with Laura Keating

Find out more about Laura and her career, and why she became a scientist and the importance of support networks. Higgs Hour talk: https://edin.ac/3hN63tt

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Higgs Hour with Anton Ilderton 'Strong field QED: probing fundamental physics with intense lasers'

I will give an overview of efforts to probe non-perturbative structures in QED using intense laser fields, beginning with an introduction to the Furry expansion of observables in strong…

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Higgs Hour with Davide Michieletto: 'Topologically Active Polymers'

Speaker: Davide Michieletto (University of Edinburgh) Abstract:Polymer physics principles are increasingly acknowledged and applied to understand the behaviour of genome organisation and…

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Higgs Hour with Florian Beutler: 'Expanding the BAO science case'

Speaker: Florian Beutler (University of Edinburgh) Cosmology has the potential to test fundamental physics through the discovery of new particles (e.g. dark matter) and new fields that governed…

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Higgs Chat with Florian Beutler

Higgs Chat with Florian Beutler (University of Edinburgh, School of Physics and Astronomy) ahead of his Higgs Hour talk on 5 March 2021:…

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Higgs Hour with Anna Lisa Varri: 'Small stellar systems, big astrophysical questions'

Speaker: Anna Lisa Varri (University of Edinburgh) The blooming era of ‘precision astrometry’ for Galactic studies opened by Gaia and the revolutionary beginnings of…

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Higgs Hour with Elton Santos: 'Exploring the limits of magnetism in two-dimensional materials'

Speaker: Elton Santons (Edinburgh) Abstract: The family of 2D compounds has grown almost exponentially since the discovery of graphene and so too the rapid exploration of their vast range of…

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