Graduate And Professional

NPA Seminar: Yacine Mehtar Tani, Brookhaven National Laboratory, “Exploring the proton structure: from partons to strong gauge fields”

At short distances, the proton consists of weakly interacting point-like quarks and gluons, aka partons. At high energy this picture of the proton is expected to break down before confining forces take over when soft enough gluons, that are abundantly present inside the proton, interact in a non-linear fashion. This regime of Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) is known as the saturation regime and is best described by strong classical gauge fields.

Introduction to HPC - hands-on workshop

This workshop is designed to introduce new users to the HPC resources available at Yale and to provide a comprehensive overview of the basic concepts needed to perform computing on the clusters.
The workshop will consist of a presentation and practical exercises spanning approximately two hours, followed by open OFFICE HOURS with the YCRC Research Support Team who will be available for questions, demonstrations, and troubleshooting. Practice scripts in python, R, and MATLAB will be available for learners to practice applying their new skills.

Introduction to HPC - hands-on workshop

This workshop is designed to introduce new users to the HPC resources available at Yale and to provide a comprehensive overview of the basic concepts needed to perform computing on the clusters.
The workshop will consist of a presentation and practical exercises spanning approximately two hours, followed by open OFFICE HOURS with the YCRC Research Support Team who will be available for questions, demonstrations, and troubleshooting. Practice scripts in python, R, and MATLAB will be available for learners to practice applying their new skills.

Elusives Journal Club, Molly Watts, Yale, "Applying Superfluid Helium to Light Dark Matter Searches: Demonstration of the HeRALD Detector Concept"

Molly Watts will lead a discussion on “Applying Superfluid Helium to Light Dark Matter Searches: Demonstration of the HeRALD Detector Concept” found at https://arxiv.org/pdf/2307.11877v1.pdf

Members in the departments of physics and astronomy who work on dark matter and neutrino-related fields are invited to get together to discuss papers related to their field. Topics include: neutrinos, dark matter, BSM physics, fundamental symmetries, precision physics and more.

Elusives Journal Club, Emily Pottebaum, Yale, "Ocean Science with the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment"

Emily Pottebaum will lead a discussion on the paper “Ocean Science with the Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment” found at https://arxiv.org/pdf/2209.14710.pdf, with the goal of discussing both P-ONE and more generally the opportunities detector experiments have for interdisciplinary research and collaboration.

Elusives Journal Club, Tom Penny, Yale, "HUNTER: precision massive-neutrino search based on a laser cooled atomic source"

Thomas Penny will lead a discussion on the paper “HUNTER: precision massive-neutrino search based on a laser cooled atomic source” found at https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/2058-9565/abdb9b/pdf

Members in the departments of physics and astronomy who work on dark matter and neutrino-related fields are invited to get together to discuss papers related to their field. Topics include: neutrinos, dark matter, BSM physics, fundamental symmetries, precision physics and more.

Elusives Journal Club, Xiran Bai, Yale, "Stimulated emission of signal photons from dark matter waves"

Xiran Bai will lead a discussion on the paper “Stimulated emission of signal photons from dark matter waves,” found at: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2305.03700.pdf

Members in the departments of physics and astronomy who work on dark matter and neutrino-related fields are invited to get together to discuss papers related to their field. Topics include: neutrinos, dark matter, BSM physics, fundamental symmetries, precision physics and more.

Contact Xiran Bai and Eleanor Graham for more information.

Elusives Journal Club, Jorge Torres, Yale, "Detecting High-Energy Neutrinos from Galactic Supernovae with ATLAS"

Jorge Torres will be lead a discussion on the paper “Detecting High-Energy Neutrinos from Galactic Supernovae with ATLAS,” found at https://arxiv.org/abs/2309.09771v1

Members in the departments of physics and astronomy who work on dark matter and neutrino-related fields are invited to get together to discuss papers related to their field. Topics include: neutrinos, dark matter, BSM physics, fundamental symmetries, precision physics and more.

Contact Xiran Bai and Eleanor Graham for more information.

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