Friday Seminar:
Our seminars are usually held on Fridays at 1:00pm (student session starts at 12:45pm). The seminar organiser is Marco Chianese  (hepsem at soton.ac.uk)

Thank you to all the speakers and participants who are contributing to this season's talks.
(SHEP event calendar view
and iCal feed)

Next seminar:
Past and upcoming seminars:
Speaker Title Date Room
Bipasha Chakraborty Digital Quantum Simulation of the Schwinger Model with Topological Term Fri, 11/06/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Biagio Lucini Non-perturbative dynamics of strongly interacting gauge theories Fri, 04/06/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Sabine Kraml and Wolfgang Waltenberger Artificial proto-modelling with simplified-model results from the LHC Fri, 28/05/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Ashley Wilkins Functional Renormalisation Group for Brownian Motion: Accelerated Dynamics and the Effective Equations of Motion Fri, 21/05/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Stefano Bolognesi A Solitonic Approach to Holographic Nuclear Physics with Massive Quarks Fri, 14/05/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Livia Ferro The Kleiss-Kuijf Relations from the Momentum Amplituhedron Geometry Fri, 07/05/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Georg Bergner Non-perturbative insights into supersymmetric gauge theories by numerical lattice simulations Fri, 30/04/2021 - 11:15 Remote
Simon Telen Likelihood equations and scattering amplitudes Fri, 16/04/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Madalena Lemos Surface defects in four-dimensional superconformal theories Fri, 19/03/2021 - 12:45 Remote
Peter Orland A unitary renormalizable model of composite gravitons Fri, 12/03/2021 - 12:45 Remote

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Past seminars:
2012/13 seminars: first term.
2011/12 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2010/11 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2009/10 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2008/09 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2007/08 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2006/07 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2005/06 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2004/05 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2003/04 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2002/03 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2001/02 seminars: first, second and third terms.
2000/01 seminars: first, second and third terms.
1999/00 seminars: first, second and third terms.
1998/99 seminars: first, second and third terms.