Planck 2019

from Monday, June 3, 2019 (8:00 AM) to Friday, June 7, 2019 (3:00 PM)
Parque de las Ciencias

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jun 3, 2019
Jun 4, 2019
Jun 5, 2019
Jun 6, 2019
Jun 7, 2019
8:00 AM
Registration (until 9:00 AM) (Hall)
9:00 AM --- Opening ---
9:30 AM
Plenary (until 11:00 AM) (Auditorio)
9:30 AM Effective field theories for physics at the LHC - Jorge de Blas (INFN-Padova)   (Auditorio)
10:00 AM Correlating lepton observables - Michele Frigerio (Laboratoire Charles Coulomb)   (Auditorio)
10:30 AM Theoretical Particle Physics: the challenges ahead - Veronica Sanz (University of Sussex (GB))   (Auditorio)
11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM
Plenary (until 1:00 PM) (Auditorio)
11:30 AM Higgsino DM from natural susy - Antonio Delgado (University of Notre Dame)   (Auditorio)
12:00 PM Unification of Flavor, CP and Modular Symmetries - Hans Peter Nilles (Univ. Bonn)   (Auditorio)
12:30 PM UV Completion on the Worldline - Steven Abel (University of Durham (GB))   (Auditorio)
9:00 AM
Plenary (until 11:00 AM) (Auditorio)
9:00 AM B anomalies at LHCb - Eugeni Grauges (University of Barcelona (ES))   (Auditorio)
9:30 AM From B anomalies to flavoured searches at the LHC - Jorge Martin Camalich (Inst. Astrophys. of Canary Islands (ES))   (Auditorio)
10:00 AM Explaining the Flavour Anomalies - Andreas Crivellin (Paul Scherrer Institut (CH))   (Auditorio)
10:30 AM On axions and ALPs - Belen Gavela (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES))   (Auditorio)
11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM
Plenary (until 1:00 PM) (Auditorio)
11:30 AM The Supercooled Universe - Alex Pomarol (Universidad de Barcelona)   (Auditorio)
12:00 PM Mapping the scalar sector with colliders and gravitational waves - Michael Spannowsky (University of Durham (GB))   (Auditorio)
12:30 PM UV complete chiral Froggatt-Nielsen models - Emilian Dudas (Ecole Polytechnique (FR))   (Auditorio)
9:00 AM
Plenary (until 11:00 AM) (Auditorio)
9:00 AM Searches for BSM Physics in ATLAS and CMS - Mario Martinez-Perez (The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) (ES))   (Auditorio)
9:30 AM Constraints on new physics from Higgs physics, EWPO, vacuum stability and inflation - Georg Weiglein (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Auditorio)
10:00 AM Relating the neutrino scale to the Planck scale - Alejandro Ibarra (TU Munich)   (Auditorio)
10:30 AM Phenomenology of warped dimensions - Mariano Quiros (IFAE)   (Auditorio)
11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM
Plenary (until 1:00 PM) (Auditorio)
11:30 AM Scale Hierarchies and supersymmetric cosmology - Ignatios Antoniadis (UPMC)   (Auditorio)
12:00 PM Transplanckian axion monodromy and the swampland - Angel Uranga (IFT, Madrid)   (Auditorio)
12:30 PM Primordial black holes: formation and astrophysical consequences - Alexander Kusenko (UCLA)   (Auditorio)
9:00 AM
Plenary (until 11:00 AM) (Auditorio)
9:00 AM Flavor physics at Belle II - Pablo Goldenzweig (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Auditorio)
9:30 AM Inflation and the Higgs - Antonio Riotto (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Auditorio)
10:00 AM Interacting Dark Matter and the Sommerfeld enhancement at finite temperature - Laura Covi (Georg August Universitaet Goettingen (DE))   (Auditorio)
10:30 AM New IR physics and 21 cm connection - Maxim Pospelov (Perimeter Institute)   (Auditorio)
11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM
Plenary (until 1:00 PM) (Auditorio)
11:30 AM What will the future colliders know about the Higgs? - Christophe Grojean (DESY (Hamburg) and Humboldt University (Berlin))   (Auditorio)
12:00 PM Neutrino Masses and Modular Invariance - Ferruccio Feruglio (University of Padova)   (Auditorio)
12:30 PM Detecting Magnetic Dark Matter - John Terning (UC Davis)   (Auditorio)
9:30 AM
Plenary (until 11:00 AM) (Auditorio)
9:30 AM New Physics Opportunities in Higgs Searches - Marcela Carena (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Auditorio)
10:00 AM Pseudo-Goldstone dark matter - Oleg Lebedev (University of Helsinki)   (Auditorio)
10:30 AM Reflections on Low Energy Supersymmetry - Carlos Wagner (University of Chicago)   (Auditorio)
11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM
Plenary (until 1:30 PM) (Auditorio)
11:30 AM Moduli, the Swampland and Holography - Joseph Conlon (Oxford University)   (Auditorio)
12:00 PM Partially Composite Supersymmetry - Tony Gherghetta (University of Minnesota (US))   (Auditorio)
12:30 PM Flavour Anomalies - Antonio Pich (IFIC, U. Valencia -.)   (Auditorio)
3:00 PM
Parallel 1A (until 4:40 PM) (Sala Faraday)
3:00 PM Phase transitions and gravitational waves in models of $Z_N$ scalar dark matter - Kristjan Kannike (National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics (EE))   (Sala Faraday)
3:20 PM Gravitational wave energy budget in strongly supercooled phase transitions - Marek Lewicki (Kings College London)   (Sala Faraday)
3:40 PM Constraining Non-thermal Dark Matter by CMB - Koushik Dutta (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics)   (Sala Faraday)
4:00 PM New avenues for Self-Interacting Dark Matter - Camilo Garcia Cely (DESY)   (Sala Faraday)
4:20 PM Next-to-minimal dark matter - Felix Bruemmer (Université de Montpellier)   (Sala Faraday)
3:00 PM
Parallel 2A (until 4:40 PM) (Cine 3)
3:00 PM Effective Field Theories in Rξ gauges - Michael Paraskevas (University of Warsaw)   (Cine 3)
3:20 PM Constraining the Higgs trilinear self-coupling at the HL-LHC and at the FCC-hh - Shankha Banerjee (University of Durham (GB))   (Cine 3)
3:40 PM Model-independent upper limits on lepton number violating states from neutrino mass - Juan Herrero (INFN, SISSA)   (Cine 3)
4:00 PM Collider Signals of the Mirror Twin Higgs through the Hypercharge Portal - Najjari Saereh (Vrije Universitet Brussel)   (Cine 3)
4:20 PM Relativistic effect in new force search with isotope shifts - Yasuhiro Yamamoto (NCBJ, Warsaw)   (Cine 3)
3:00 PM
Parallel 3A (until 4:40 PM) (Sala Gutenberg)
3:00 PM Prospects of the minimal realistic unified model - Timon Mede (JSI & IPNP Ljubliana)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:20 PM A fresh look at the gauge coupling unification and proton decay - Kazuki Sakurai (University of Warsaw)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:40 PM IR fixed point pattern of standard model couplings - Radovan Dermisek (Indiana University)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:00 PM Gapped Continuum Kaluza-Klein spectrum - Eugenio Megias (University of Granada)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:20 PM Clockwork mechanism in heterotic M-theory - Marek Olechowski (University of Warsaw)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:40 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM
Parallel 1B (until 7:15 PM) (Sala Faraday)
5:15 PM Fast-rolling relaxion - Yutaro Shoji (University of Tokyo)   (Sala Faraday)
5:30 PM Axion superradiance in rotating neutron stars - Jamie McDonald (TU Munich)   (Sala Faraday)
5:45 PM The Minimal Flavour Violating Axion and its effect on $\Delta N_{eff}$ - Fernando Arias Aragón (IFT-UAM)   (Sala Faraday)
6:00 PM Resummed photon spectrum from dark matter annihilation for narrow and intermediate energy resolution - Kai Urban (Technical University of Munich)   (Sala Faraday)
6:15 PM Implication of supercooling on DM in composite Higgs - Yann Gouttenoire (DESY)   (Sala Faraday)
6:30 PM Testing dark matter interactions with nuclear excitations - Stefan Vogl (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics)   (Sala Faraday)
6:45 PM Dark, Cold and Noisy: Constraining Secluded Hidden Sectors with Gravitational Waves - Eric Madge (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)   (Sala Faraday)
7:00 PM Warm Little Inflaton becomes Cold Dark Matter - Luís Ventura (University of Aveiro)   (Sala Faraday)
5:15 PM
Parallel 2B (until 7:15 PM) (Cine 3)
5:15 PM Probing the Zh channel via boosted Higgs-strahlung at the LHC - Joey Reiness (IPPP Durham)   (Cine 3)
5:30 PM Global EFT fits for the LHC and the HE-LHC - Anke Biekoetter (Uni Heidelberg)   (Cine 3)
5:45 PM The Higgs width in the SMEFT - Ilaria Brivio (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES))   (Cine 3)
6:00 PM The Rise of On-Shell SMEFT Massive Amplitudes - Rafael Aoude (CBPF - Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas (BR))   (Cine 3)
6:15 PM Effective Field Theory after a New-Physics Discovery - Matthias König (University of Zurich)   (Cine 3)
6:30 PM SCET BSM for leptoquarks - Bianka Mecaj (JGU Mainz)   (Cine 3)
6:45 PM Same-sign WW Scattering in the HEFT: Discoverability vs. EFT Validity - Pawel Kozów (University of Warsaw)   (Cine 3)
7:00 PM Self-consistent gradient corrections to false vacuum decay for a U(1) gauge theory - Juan Sebastian Cruz (TU München)   (Cine 3)
5:15 PM
Parallel 3B (until 7:15 PM) (Sala Gutenberg)
5:15 PM Breaking Down a 6D GH-GUT - Dumitru Dan Smaranda (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Gutenberg)
5:30 PM The effective potential method in 5D warped models - Javier M. Lizana (University of Warsaw)   (Sala Gutenberg)
5:45 PM The Minimal Simple Composite Higgs Model - Alejo Rossia (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:00 PM Fine-tuning in models with extended Higgs sectors - Ruud Peeters (University of Groningen)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:15 PM Asymptotically Safe Extensions of the MSSM - Kevin Moch (TU Dortmund)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:30 PM The misalignment mechanism: a non-minimal perspective - Gonzalo Alonso Alvarez (Heidelberg University)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:45 PM Effective ultralight multi-axion string models and constraints via black hole superradiance - Matthew Stott (King's College London)   (Sala Gutenberg)
7:00 PM Gravitational collapse, string condensation and soft data - Michael Hewitt (Canterbury Christ Church University)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:00 PM
Parallel 1A (until 4:40 PM) (Sala Faraday)
3:00 PM Primordial black holes from thermal inflation - Ville Vaskonen (King's College London)   (Sala Faraday)
3:20 PM Baryogenesis from axion inflation - Benedict von Harling (IFAE)   (Sala Faraday)
3:40 PM Primordial black holes from axions - Francesc Ferrer (Washington University in St Louis)   (Sala Faraday)
4:00 PM Single Field Inflation and Primordial Black Holes - Hardi Veermäe (National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics (EE))   (Sala Faraday)
4:20 PM Out-of-the-box Baryogenesis During Relaxation - Jakub Scholtz (Durham University, IPPP)   (Sala Faraday)
3:00 PM
Parallel 2A (until 4:40 PM) (Cine 3)
3:00 PM Muon g-2 and B anomalies explained by a "vector-like chiral" 4th family - Andreas Trautner (MPIK Heidelberg)   (Cine 3)
3:20 PM Constraints on charmphilic leptoquarks for the muon g-2 and flavor anomalies - Enrico Maria Sessolo (NCBJ, Warsaw)   (Cine 3)
3:40 PM Implications for New Physics in b→s transitions after measurements by Belle and LHCb - Kamila Kowalska (NCBJ, Warsaw)   (Cine 3)
4:00 PM Phenomenology of TeV-scale scalar leptoquarks in the EFT - Shaouly Bar-Shalom (Technion, Israel)   (Cine 3)
4:20 PM High-pT signatures of vector leptoquark models - Javier Fuentes-Martin (University of Zurich)   (Cine 3)
3:00 PM
Parallel 3A (until 4:40 PM) (Sala Gutenberg)
3:00 PM Fundamental Composite Higgs model in SU(6)/SO(6) - Haiying Cai (APCTP)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:20 PM Uncovering latent jet substructure with unsupervised machine learning - Barry Dillon (Jozef Stefan Institute)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:40 PM Extended Gauge Mediation in the NMSSM with Displaced LHC Signals - Marcin Badziak (University of Warsaw)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:00 PM Pseudo-Goldstone sterile neutrino at the LHC - Stephane Lavignac (IPhT Saclay)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:20 PM Neutral Naturalness at the LHC - Aqeel Ahmed (Vrije Universitet Brussel)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:40 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM
Parallel 1B (until 7:15 PM) (Sala Faraday)
5:15 PM Planck suppressed operators and the fate of the Higgs vacuum during inflation - Jacopo Fumagalli (Insitute d'Astrophysique de Paris)   (Sala Faraday)
5:30 PM More stringent constraints on the unitarised fermionic dark matter Higgs Portal - Shyam Balaji (University of Sydney (AU))   (Sala Faraday)
5:45 PM Experimental probes of pseudo-Goldstone dark matter - Niko Koivunen (University of Helsinki)   (Sala Faraday)
6:00 PM Big Bounce Baryogenesis - Neil Barrie (Kavil IPMU)   (Sala Faraday)
6:15 PM Relaxion Dark Matter and its detection - Abhishek Banerjee (Weizmann Institute of Science)   (Sala Faraday)
6:30 PM Helical Dark Matter Fields and the End of Inflation - Roberto Vega-Morales (University of Granada)   (Sala Faraday)
6:45 PM Light dark matter in a gauged $U(1)_{L_\mu-L_\tau}$ - Patrick Foldenauer (Heidelberg University)   (Sala Faraday)
7:00 PM Composite dark matter with low fine-tuning - Alessandro Morandini (SISSA)   (Sala Faraday)
5:15 PM
Parallel 2B (until 7:15 PM) (Cine 3)
5:15 PM Revisiting the vector leptoquark explanation to B-physics anomalies - Claudia Cornella (Universität Zürich (UZH))   (Cine 3)
5:30 PM Axion predictions from B-Physics Anomalies - Mario Reig (IFC, U. Valencia - CSIC)   (Cine 3)
5:45 PM 𝐵-decay discrepancies after Moriond 2019 - Jason Aebischer (TUM)   (Cine 3)
6:00 PM A kink-like origin to flavor hierarchies - Javier Castellano (JGU Mainz)   (Cine 3)
6:15 PM Addressing Dark Matter and B-physics anomalies in the context of R-parity violating SUSY - Sokratis Trifinopoulos (Universität Zürich)   (Cine 3)
6:30 PM Non-Minimal Flavour Violation in A4xSU(5) SUSY GUTs - Sam Rowley (University of Southampton)   (Cine 3)
6:45 PM Baryogenesis and Dark Matter from B Mesons - Miguel Escudero (King's College London)   (Cine 3)
7:00 PM $b\to s \mu^+ \mu^-$ anomalies and dark matter in $U(1)_{B_3-x_\mu L_\mu - x_\tau L_\tau}$ flavor gauge models - Chaehyun Yu (Korea University)   (Cine 3)
5:15 PM
Parallel 3B (until 7:15 PM) (Sala Gutenberg)
5:15 PM Sheding light on the Scotogenic model - Sven Baumholzer (JGU Mainz)   (Sala Gutenberg)
5:30 PM Long live the Higgs portal! - Anastasiia Filimonova (Heidelberg University)   (Sala Gutenberg)
5:45 PM General extensions of the Standard Model with new quarks - Juan Carlos Criado Álamo (University of Granada)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:00 PM Vector-Like Quarks within the Minimal Linear Sigma Model - Javier Alonso Gonzalez (UAM - CSIC)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:15 PM What can (not) multilepton searches tell us about SUSY? - Víctor Martín Lozano (BCTP - Universität Bonn)   (Sala Gutenberg)
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3:00 PM
Parallel 1A (until 4:40 PM) (Sala Faraday)
3:00 PM A Dark-Matter Interpretation of the ANITA Anomalous Events - Lucien Heurtier (University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA)   (Sala Faraday)
3:20 PM Resolving phenomenological problems with strongly-interacting-massive-particle models with dark vector resonances - Pyungwon Ko (Korea Inst. for Advanced Study (KIAS))   (Sala Faraday)
3:40 PM New Observables for Pseudo-Millicharged Dark Matter - Sebastian Ellis (SLAC)   (Sala Faraday)
4:00 PM Dark matter stability and Dirac neutrinos using only Standard Model symmetries - Rahul Srivastava (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular (IFIC), Valencia - SPAIN)   (Sala Faraday)
4:20 PM Axions are blind to anomalies - Jeremie Quevillon (LPSC, Grenoble (CNRS))   (Sala Faraday)
3:00 PM
Parallel 2A (until 4:40 PM) (Cine 3)
3:00 PM Light Dark Matter from Cosmic Rays - Miguel D. Campos (King's College London)   (Cine 3)
3:20 PM Rescuing Single Field Inflation from the Swampland - Amjad Ashoorioon (Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM))   (Cine 3)
3:40 PM False vacuum decay in real time - Carlos Tamarit (Technische Universität München)   (Cine 3)
4:00 PM Dynamical relaxation of the little hierarchy problem and dark matter - Bumseok Kyae (Pusan National University)   (Cine 3)
4:20 PM Seesaw searches at a lepton collider - Manimala Mitra (Insitute of Physics, Bhubaneswar)   (Cine 3)
3:00 PM
Parallel 3A (until 4:40 PM) (Sala Gutenberg)
3:00 PM Phenomenology of fermion production during axion inflation - Lorenzo Sorbo (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:20 PM Warm inflation with strong dissipation - Joao Rosa (University of Aveiro)   (Sala Gutenberg)
3:40 PM Geometrical instability during inflation - Francisco Gil de Pedro (Università di Bologna & INFN)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:00 PM Inflation, Electroweak Vacuum Stability and Direct Searches at LHC - Mindaugas Karciauskas (Universidad Complutense, Madrid)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:20 PM A Limit on Axion from the Cooling Neutron Star in Cassiopeia A - Koichi Hamaguchi (University of Tokyo)   (Sala Gutenberg)
4:40 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM
Parallel 1B (until 7:00 PM) (Sala Faraday)
5:15 PM Higgs Parity, Strong CP, and Dark Matter - David Dunsky (UC Berkeley)   (Sala Faraday)
5:30 PM Singlet-doublet fermion and triplet scalar dark matter with radiative neutrino masses - Juri Fiaschi (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)   (Sala Faraday)
5:45 PM Dark Matter from a Chiral Sector - Alessandro Podo (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa & INFN)   (Sala Faraday)
6:00 PM Bound states in Dark Matter phenomenology - Andrea Mitridate (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)   (Sala Faraday)
6:15 PM Scalar multiplet dark matter in the conformally invariant extension of the standard model - Dong-Won Jung (Korea University)   (Sala Faraday)
6:30 PM Affleck-Dine Dark Matter - Sebastian Schenk (Heidelberg University)   (Sala Faraday)
6:45 PM Exploring the neutrino-dark matter connection - Clara Murgui (IFIC, Valencia)   (Sala Faraday)
5:15 PM
Parallel 2B (until 7:00 PM) (Cine 3)
5:15 PM Constraints on BSM Physics from Quantum Exclusion of de Sitter - Sebastian Zell (LMU & MPI Munich)   (Cine 3)
5:30 PM A Strong Scalar Weak Gravity Conjecture and Some Implications - Eduardo Gonzalo (IFT, UAM - CSIC)   (Cine 3)
5:45 PM The Swampland Distance Conjecture and Towers of Tensionless Branes - Alvaro Herraez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid/ Instituto de Física Teórica UAM)   (Cine 3)
6:00 PM What does Inflation say about Dark Energy given the Swampland Conjectures? - Jacob Leedom (UC Berkeley)   (Cine 3)
6:15 PM Conformal invariance versus Weyl invariance - Raquel Santos (UAM & IFT, UAM - CSIC)   (Cine 3)
6:30 PM Frame (in)equivalence in QFT and Cosmology - Mario Herrero Valea (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne (CH))   (Cine 3)
6:45 PM Gravity, Scale Invariance and Hierarchy of Scales - Andrey Shkerin (EPFL)   (Cine 3)
5:15 PM
Parallel 3B (until 7:00 PM) (Sala Gutenberg)
5:15 PM Leptogenesis in superconformal subcritical hybrid inflation - Koji Ishiwata (Kanazawa University)   (Sala Gutenberg)
5:30 PM Production and thermalisation of secluded sectors - Hannah Tillim (University of Oxford)   (Sala Gutenberg)
5:45 PM Single-Field Inflation in Models with an $R^2$ Term - Alexandros Karam (NICPB, Tallin)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:00 PM Higgs domain walls in the post-inflationary Universe - Tomasz Krajewski (University of Warsaw)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:15 PM Mirror Dirac leptogenesis - Alberto Tonero (Carleton University, Ottawa)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:30 PM Neutrino oscillation creates holes in flavour space: An application to leptogenesis - Rome Samanta (University of Southampton)   (Sala Gutenberg)
6:45 PM Relativistic and Spectator Effects in Leptogenesis with heavy sterile Neutrinos - Philipp Klose (CP3, U. Catholique de Louvain)   (Sala Gutenberg)
9:15 PM --- Gala dinner ---