20201202 09:36 

Direct CP violation in the decay B+ to K+ pi0 at LHCb
/ Parker, Will (speaker) (University of Maryland (US))
Flavor physics is a powerful venue to indirectly search for physics beyond the Standard Model. Several anomalies have been observed in the decays of B mesons, which have continued to persist with new data and have been explored as potential hints of new physics [...]
2020  0:50:24.
LHC Seminar
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In : Direct CP violation in the decay B+ to K+ pi0 at LHCb

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20201127 17:55 

A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond
/ FernandezCombarro Alvarez, Elias (speaker) (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
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General description of the course
Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. In this course, we will introduce from scratch the basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and use them to study some of the most important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding...) as well as those that require multiqubit systems (DeutschJozsa, Grover, Shor..). [...]
2020  2:01:55.
QTI Lectures and Seminars
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In : A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond

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20201124 16:27 

"Probing 10 orders of magnitude of dark matter mass using CCDs : New results from DAMIC@SNOLAB and prospects for DAMICM"
/ Kilminster, Ben (speaker) (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))
The DAMIC (Dark Matter in CCDs) experiment uses CCD detectors to search for the direct interaction of galactic dark matter. Scientific CCD detectors provide an unprecedented low energy threshold and spatial resolution to probe for light dark matter. Given the current lack of evidence for a WIMP of mass around the weak scale, DAMIC focuses its search on lighter WIMPs, as well as the interaction of hiddensector photons that could mediate the interaction of DM or even comprise DM. The current experiment, DAMIC@SNOLAB pioneered the search for hiddenphoton interactions of DM and set worldleading constraints for lowmass WIMPs with a siliconbased target. The next experiment, DAMICM at LSM (Laboratoire Souterrain de Modane in France) will be sensitive to neverbefore probed potential DM models, covering a broad range of models spanning from eV to 10 TeV. In this talk, exciting new results from DAMIC@SNOLAB and prospects from DAMICM will be presented.
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2020  1:03:01.
EP Seminar
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In : "Probing 10 orders of magnitude of dark matter mass using CCDs : New results from DAMIC@SNOLAB and prospects for DAMICM"

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20201120 15:30 

A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond
/ FernandezCombarro Alvarez, Elias (speaker) (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
*** Webcast link at the bottom of the Indico page ***
General description of the course
Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. In this course, we will introduce from scratch the basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and use them to study some of the most important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding...) as well as those that require multiqubit systems (DeutschJozsa, Grover, Shor..) [...]
2020  2:03:05.
QTI Lectures
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20201113 15:42 

A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond
/ FernandezCombarro Alvarez, Elias (speaker) (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
*** Webcast link at the bottom of the Indico page ***
General description of the course
Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. In this course, we will introduce from scratch the basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and use them to study some of the most important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding...) as well as those that require multiqubit systems (DeutschJozsa, Grover, Shor..) [...]
2020  2:02:44.
QTI Lectures
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In : A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond

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20201111 11:23 

Recent Vector Boson Scattering results from CMS
/ Gomez Ceballos Retuerto, Guillelmo (speaker) (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
Vector boson scattering is a key production process to probe the electroweak symmetry breaking of the standard model, since it involves both selfcouplings of vector bosons and coupling with the Higgs boson. If the Higgs mechanism is not the sole source of electroweak symmetry breaking, the scattering amplitude deviates from the standard model prediction at high scattering energy [...]
2020  0:59:44.
LHC Seminar
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In : Recent Vector Boson Scattering results from CMS

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20201106 15:54 

A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond
/ FernandezCombarro Alvarez, Elias (speaker) (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
*** Webcast link at the bottom of the Indico page ***
General description of the course
Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. In this course, we will introduce from scratch the basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and use them to study some of the most important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding...) as well as those that require multiqubit systems (DeutschJozsa, Grover, Shor..) [...]
2020  2:02:53.
QTI Lectures
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In : A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond

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