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Topics included
- Introduction to Machine Learning and Neural Networks
- Classifiers - Jet Tagging
- Generative Modeling - Fast Simulation
- Anomaly Detection - Model-independent Searches for New Physics
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Abstract: Feynman integrals are the backbone of all higher-order calculations in perturbative quantum field theory. They are not only of formal interest, but they are also key to
performing precise calculations for experiments. In these lecture we review some recent developments in the understanding of the mathematics underlying Feynman integrals. We focus
in particular on tools inspired from modern number theory and the theory of motivic periods, which have been instrumental in some of the most advanced computations for experiments
in collider physics.
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Topics included were:
- Basics of modular forms, Jacobi forms and string compactifications
- Symmetries of string theories on tori
- Modularity from Calabi-Yau compactifications
- Jacobi forms and swampland conjectures
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Topics included were:
- Galactic and extragalactic sources of cosmic rays
- Fermi acceleration
- Propagation of cosmic rays
- Indirect matter detection: Postirons, antiprotons and antinuclei
- Suggested dark matter signals in cosmic rays
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Abstract: The cosmic microwave background (CMB) is one of the pillars of modern cosmology. Its existence firmly establishes that our universe was once filled with a hot and dense
plasma, and the statistical properties of the CMB anisotropies teach us a great deal about the history and composition of our universe.
These lectures provide an introduction to the physics underlying the spectrum of the CMB as well as its anisotropies. In addition to an introduction to the underlying theory, they
will provide a short introduction to the analysis of the data from current CMB experiments and will give an outlook what we may hope to learn from future precision measurements of
CMB polarization.
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Recent years have witnessed a growing interest in the study of three-particle systems in lattice QCD. Substantial progress has been achieved both in the development of the methods
that enable one to extract infinite-volume observables from lattice data produced on finite-size lattices, as well as in Monte-Carlo calculations of the three-particle systems,
but important recent developments in the two-particle sector havw also been addressed, since these questions are inherently related to each other.
In particular, the following questions were discussed:
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The 21st International Conference "Planck 2018 - From the Planck Scale to the Electroweak scale" took place from May 21st to May 25th, 2018, at Universität Bonn.
The conference was organized by the Bethe Center for Theoretical Physics (bctp) of the Universität Bonn for a network consisting of several European research groups: Bonn, CERN,
Trieste, Madrid, Oxford, Padua, Paris and Warsaw.
More information is available here.
There has been an accompanying Bethe Forum Program in the week following the conference.
Details can be found on the event webpage.
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Topics included
Topics included
We were happy to organize this year’s Bethe Center Workshop from September 29th to October 2nd, 2015, in the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany. The topic was Challenges in Strong Interaction Physics with foci on nuclear and hadron physics. The four workshop days had the following themes (preliminary):
Topics included
The workshop took place from September 29th to October 3rd. There were pedagogical introductory lectures each day followed by research talks by the participants. The introductory talks were
The workshop will take place from September 30 to October 3 at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef. The four days of the workshop shall be devoted to intense discussion between theory and experiment on 4 topics: