High Energy Physics
High energy physics involves the study of the fundamental building blocks of nature at the shortest distances. These are the fundamental particles that are described by quantum fields such as the Higgs field found at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Our group studies theories beyond the Standard Model of particle physics both from theoretical and phenomenological perspectives.
For our latest developments/activities in this area, please see the listing below.
Latest High Energy Physics News & Events
Felipe Freitas, from Gr@v, gave us a nice introduction to Deep learning and its applications in Collider Phenomenology.
Kunihito Uzawa (Kwansei Gakuin U., Japan) gave us a nice update on the swampland conjecture and its implications in cosmology.
Gr@v member C. Herdeiro gave an invited colloquium at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, U. Cambridge, of the GR and HEP groups on March 4th and an invited seminar at STAG, School of Mathematical Sciences, U. Southampton in March 5th.