Copernicus Webinar and Colloquium Series

from Thursday, July 9, 2020 (10:00 AM) to Friday, January 31, 2025 (4:00 PM)


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Jul 9, 2020
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9:00 AM Two-body dynamics and gravitational waves in general relativity - Luc Blanchet (IAP)   ()
10:00 AM Probing extremely small-scale primordial perturbations by gravitational waves - Prof. Suyama Teruaki   ()
10:00 AM A look at axion inflation in string theory - Prof. Alexander Westphal (DESY)   ()
11:00 AM Cosmological Genesis: Approaches and Problems. - Prof. Valery Rubakov (INR Moscow)   ()
10:00 AM Axions, Dark Matter, and the Primordial Density Perturbation - Prof. Takeshi Kobayashi (Nagoya University)   ()
10:00 AM Can we detect gravitons or HFGWs? - Jiro Soda (Kobe University & KEK)   ()
9:00 AM Detecting single gravitons with quantum sensing - Igor Pikovski (Stockholm University & Stevens Institute of Technology)   ()
11:00 AM Probing New Physics at the Pulsar Timing Array Frontier - Kai Schmitz (Munster U., ITP)   ()
10:00 AM Who ordered the disformal coupling for the Proca field? - Anamaria Hell (Kavli IPMU, the University of Tokyo)   ()
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3:00 PM Relieving the Hubble tension with primordial magnetic fields - Levon Pogosian (Simon Fraser U.)   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM Physical Implications of a Fundamental Period of Time - Martin Bojowald   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM The Cosmic Microwave Background - Mark Devlin (University of Pennsylvania)   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM Constraining Early Dark Energy with Large Scale Structure - Dr Evan McDonough (MIT)   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM High frequency gravitational waves - Valerie Domcke   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee break   ()
3:00 PM Origin of matter and gravitational wave - Prof. Hitoshi Murayama   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/Coffee time   ()
3:30 PM The Noise of Gravitons - Maulik Parikh   ()
4:30 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM alpha'-Cosmological tale: String Cosmology backgrounds from Classical String Geometry - Guilherme Franzmann   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM Primordial black holes as the solution of many cosmological conundra - Prof. Bernard Carr   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
2:00 PM Firewalls in General Relativity - Surjeet Rajendran Ryan McManus   ()
3:00 PM Observational Signatures of Multifield Inflation - Dr Lucas Pinol (IAP)   ()
6:00 PM Signals of a Quantum Universe - Prof. Daniel Green   ()
7:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
3:00 PM Cosmic Bell Tests: Using Quasars to Test Quantum Theory - Prof. David Kaiser (MIT)   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion/coffee time   ()
8:00 PM Detecting the thermal effect of acceleration in an Analog system. - Prof. Bill Unruh   ()
7:00 PM Pulsar Timing Arrays: The Next Window to Open on the Gravitational-Wave Universe - Chiara Mingarelli   ()
3:00 PM The status of cosmological tensions after Planck - Prof. Silvia Galli (IAP)   ()
4:00 PM informal discussion   ()
4:00 PM Einstein-Cartan gravity: Electroweak Symmetry Breaking, Inflation and Dark Matter - Prof. Mikhail Shaposhnikov   ()
3:00 PM Exploring the early universe with the stochastic background of induced gravitational waves - Dr Guillem Domenech (Padova)   ()
4:00 PM New Physics and the Black Hole Mass Gap - Djuna Croon (TRIUMF)   ()
2:00 PM Causality with Gravity - Prof. de Rham Claudia   ()
3:00 PM Black Holes Are Finally in Vogue - Prof. Abraham (Avi) Loeb (Harvard University)   ()
1:00 PM Quantum fluctuations and new instantons - Prof. Viatcheslav Mukhanov (LMU)   ()
2:00 PM Hunting for Parity-violating Physics in Polarisation of the Cosmic Microwave Background - Prof. Eiichiro Komatsu (Max-Planck-Institute for Astrophysics)   ()
3:00 PM [Colloquium] Are there any fundamental problems with quantum gravity? - Prof. Vlatko Vedral (Oxford)   ()
4:00 PM The Topology of Data: from String Theory to Cosmology to Phases of Matter - Prof. Gary Shiu (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   ()
3:00 PM Quantum gravity predictions for cosmology: from the beginning to dynamical dark energy. - Prof. Christof Wetterich (Universitat Heidelberg)   ()
2:00 PM Gravitational waves from first-order phase transition during inflation - Prof. Haipeng An (Tsinghua University)   ()
2:00 PM New physics on the horizon? Testing the nature of dark compact objects - Prof. Paolo Pani (Sapienza University of Rome)   ()
2:00 PM [Colloquium] Emergence of electromagnetic wave and gravitational wave from quantum information (qubit ocean) - Prof. Xiao-Gang Wen (MIT)   ()
3:00 PM Cosmology from the CMB frequency spectrum - Prof. Yacine Ali-Haimoud (NYU)   ()
2:00 PM Gravitational Collider Physics - Prof. Horng Sheng Chia (IAS)   ()
2:00 PM Decoding and bootstrapping cosmological fluctuations - Prof. Guilherme L. Pimentel (Leiden U.)   ()
3:00 PM An order-unity correction to Hawking radiation - Prof. Eanna Flanagan (Cornell University)   ()
3:00 PM Dark Matter via inverse phase transition - Prof. Sabir Ramazanov (Prague, Inst. Phys.)   ()
3:00 PM [Colloquium] Black Hole Information - Prof. Don Page (University of Alberta)   ()
3:00 PM What the Hubble tension really is and how (not) to solve it - Dr Sunny Vagnozzi (Cambridge University)   ()
3:00 PM New Probes of Large-Scale Structure - Prof. Scott Dodelson (Carnegie Mellon U.)   ()
3:00 PM Fundamental Physics from Gravitational Waves - Prof. John Ellis (King's College London)   ()
3:00 PM Black Holes, Unscripted - Prof. Niayesh Afshordi (Perimeter Institute)   ()
3:00 PM Symmetries of Black Hole Perturbation Theory - Prof. Adam Solomon (Carnegie Mellon U.)   ()
3:00 PM Black hole existence and intrinsic angular momentum in general relativity - Prof. Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard University & Tsinghua University)   ()
3:00 PM Quantum collapse models and cosmic inflation - Prof. Jerome Martin (IAP)   ()
2:00 PM Minimalism in modified gravity - Prof. Shinji Mukohyama (YITP)   ()
3:00 PM Probing high-scale new physics with modulated reheating - Prof. Zhong-Zhi Xianyu (Tsinghua University)   ()
3:00 PM Indirect detection of gravitons through quantum entanglement - Prof. Sugumi Kanno (Kyushu University)   ()
3:00 PM A stringy perspective on the coincidence problem - Prof. Antonio Padilla (Nottingham University)   ()
3:00 PM [Colloquium] Black Hole Thermodynamics, Then and Now - Prof. Edward Witten (IAS)   ()
3:00 PM Self-Organised Localisation - Prof. Tevong You (CERN)   ()
3:00 PM Probing particle physics and cosmology with cosmic strings and gravitational waves - Prof. Daniele Steer (APC, Paris)   ()
3:00 PM A higher dimensional view on quantum cosmology - Thomas Van Riet   ()
3:00 PM Clustered PBHs and Stellar Bubbles from the Primordial Universe - Prof. Yi Wang (HKUST)   ()
3:00 PM [Colloquium] Is Nature Natural? The Electroweak Hierarchy Problem Circa 2021 - Prof. Nathaniel Craig (UC, Santa Barbara)   ()
3:00 PM Primordial features and non-Gaussianities as probes of fundamental physics - Prof. Xingang Chen (Harvard, CfA)   ()
3:00 PM Testing the expansion rate with the cosmological recombination lines and exotic physics - Prof. Luke Hart (University of Manchester)   ()
3:00 PM On the assumptions leading to the information loss paradox - Prof. Francesco Di filippo (YITP, Kyoto)   ()
3:00 PM Influence Through Mixing: Hotspots as Benchmarks for Black Hole Behaviour - Prof. Cliff Burgess (McMaster University, Perimeter Institute)   ()
3:00 PM Small scale signatures of non-trivial inflationary and post-inflationary dynamics - Lakshmanan Sriramkumar (Indian Inst. of Tech., Madras)   ()
3:00 PM Understanding Cosmic Acceleration: A Question of Life, the Universe and Everything? - Lucas Lombriser (University of Geneva)   ()
3:00 PM Probing dark energy and inflation with gravitational waves - Valeri Vardanyan (Kavli IPMU, University of Tokyo)   ()
3:00 PM Chemical-Potential-Assisted Particle Production in FRW Spacetimes; Uncalibrated cosmic standards (UCS) and Early-Universe-Physics Insensitive determinations of the Hubble Constant - Xi Tong and Weikang Lin . (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Tsung-Dao Lee Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)   ()
3:00 PM [Colloquium] GW astrophysics with LIGO/VIRGO data - Prof. Matias Zaldarriaga (IAS)   ()
3:00 PM Emergent Cosmology from the BFSS Matrix Model - Suddhasattwa Brahma (U. Edinburgh)   ()
3:00 PM Gauge invariant formulation of the induced gravitational waves - Atsuhisa Ota (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   ()
3:00 PM Unlocking Dark Matter Physics out of Astrophysical Data Sets - Cora Dvorkin (Harvard University)   ()
3:00 PM Some Ideas about Cosmic Structure on the Smallest Scales - Albert Stebbins (University of Chicago)   ()
3:00 PM Isotropisation in the approach to a singularity - Jerome Quintin (Albert Einstein Institute)   ()
3:00 PM Tension in the Hubble Constant: Is There a Crisis in Cosmology? - Wendy Freedman (The University of Chicago)   ()
2:00 PM A new test of the Cosmological Principle: measuring our peculiar velocity and the large-scale anisotropy independently - Ruth Durrer (Université de Genève)   ()
2:00 PM Ultra-light dark matter: the light and fuzzy side of dark matter - Elisa Ferreira (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)   ()
3:00 PM Testing gravity on all scales - Johannes Noller (University of Portsmouth & University of Cambridge)   ()
3:00 PM Dark matter, pulsars, and the Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess - Dan Hooper (Fermi Lab & U. of Chicago)   ()
3:00 PM Consistency conditions and primordial black holes in single field inflation - Ogan Ozsoy (CEICO @ Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences)   ()
3:00 PM A New Era of Precision Cosmology using Multi-Messenger Observations - Suvodip Mukherjee (Perimeter Inst. Theor. Phys.)   ()
2:00 PM [colloquium] Cosmology from the Moon: two concepts to explore - Joseph Silk (IAP / JHU / BIPAC, Oxford)   ()
3:00 PM Testing the equivalence principle on cosmological scales - Camille Bonvin (Geneva U.)   ()
3:15 PM Testing inflation with small-scale anisotropies - Ema Dimastrogiovanni (Groningen U. and New South Wales U.)   ()
2:00 PM Euclidean path integral, entanglement entropy, and information loss paradox; Cutting Rule for Cosmological collider Signals: A Bulk Evolution Perspective - Dong-han Yeom; Yuhang Zhu . (Pusan National University; Hong Kong University and Technology)   ()
3:00 PM Testing the cosmological principle - Roya Mohayaee (Paris, Inst. Astrophys.)   ()
3:00 PM Solving the dark matter problem with new gravitational degrees of freedom - Constantinos Skordis (CEICO, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences)   ()
3:00 PM Wave dark matter - Lam Hui (Columbia University)   ()
3:00 PM Aspects of Light Scalar Dark Matter - Mark Hertzberg (Tufts University)   ()
3:00 PM Primordial gravitational waves boosted by the axion - Geraldine Servant (DESY & Universität Hamburg)   ()
2:00 PM Pulsar hints for nanohertz gravitational waves? - Kai Schmitz (CERN)   ()
3:00 PM Covariant formulation of non-equilibrium thermodynamics in General Relativity: Cosmic Acceleration from First Principles - Juan Garcia-Bellido   ()
3:00 PM Coupled Early Dark Energy - Mark Trodden (University of Pennsylvania)   ()
4:00 PM [Colloquium] Determining the Universe’s Initial Conditions - David Spergel (Flatiron Institute & Princeton University)   ()
3:00 PM The Hubble tension and new physics at the eV scale: The path to New Early Dark Energy - Martin Sloth (CP3, University of Southern Denmark)   ()
3:00 PM Probing the Early Universe with Gravitational Waves - Matteo Fasiello (Madrid, IFT & ICG, Portsmouth)   ()
2:00 PM Ghosts without Runaway - Alexander Vikman (CEICO, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences)   ()
2:00 PM [colloquium] The Route from Black-Hole Singularities to a Cyclic Cosmology - Sir Roger Penrose (University of Oxford)   ()
2:00 PM Null Surface Thermodynamics - Shahin Sheikh Jabbari (IPM, Iran)   ()
3:00 PM The enigma of the largest cosmic structures: mapping the CMB Cold Spot region with the Dark Energy Survey - Andras Kovács (IAC & La Laguna)   ()
3:00 PM Detection of Cosmological 21 cm Emission with CHIME - Seth Siegel (McGill U.)   ()
3:00 PM Beyond the WIMP paradigm - Wei Xue (Florida U.)   ()
3:00 PM Going beyond linear perturbations in Cosmology - Sabino Matarrese (University of Padua)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] “Observational Signatures of Quantum Gravity?” - Kathryn Zurek (Caltech)   ()
3:00 PM Binary systems as gravitational wave detectors - Diego Blas (UAB-IFAE)   ()
3:00 PM Cosmological tensions - Lavinia Heisenberg (Zurich, ETH and U. Heidelberg, ITP)   ()
3:00 PM Primordial Black Holes in the era of Gravitational Wave Astronomy - Antonio Riotto (University of Geneva)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Trans-Planckian Censorship, Breakdown of Effective Field Theory and Emergent Cosmology - Robert Brandenberger (McGill University)   ()
3:00 PM On the kinematic cosmic dipole tension - Charles Dalang (University of Geneva)   ()
5:00 PM The Effective Theory of Gravity and Dynamical Vacuum Energy - Emil Mottola (Univ. of New Mexico)   ()
4:00 PM Cosmological constant problem on the horizon - Hassan Firouzjahi (IPM, Tehran)   ()
2:00 PM Adventures in gravitational-wave astronomy: Testing for hair, memory, and eccentricity - Paul Lasky (Monash U. & OzGrav)   ()
2:00 PM Positivity constraints on EFT’s with spontaneously broken Lorentz invariance - Paolo Creminelli (ICTP)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Physics of A Naturally Small Cosmological Constant - Henry Tye (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology & Cornell University)   ()
3:00 PM Search for new physics through primordial gravitational waves - Marek Lewicki   ()
3:00 PM Dark matter, black holes, and gravitational waves - Gianfranco Bertone (Amsterdam U.)   ()
2:00 PM Primordial black holes: Searching in lots of places - Christian Byrnes (Sussex U.)   ()
2:00 PM [colloquium] How do black holes shine? -- multiwavelength emission in the high-energy Universe - Bart Ripperda (Flatiron Institute & Princeton University)   ()
2:00 PM A Quantum-Mechanical Mechanism for Reducing the Cosmological Constant - Nemanja Kaloper (UC Davis)   ()
3:00 PM Towards a Dark Sector Model from String Theory - Heliudson Bernardo (McGill U.)   ()
3:00 PM An introduction to the TianQin Project - JianWei Mei (Sun Yat-sen University)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Testing the No-Hair Theorem and the Area Theorem with LIGO - Saul Teukolsky   ()
3:00 PM How much entanglement is carried out by Hawking radiation? - Ivan Agullo (Louisiana State University)   ()
2:00 PM Non-Gaussianities from primordial quantum diffusion - Vincent Vennin (LPENS, Paris & APC, Paris)   ()
3:00 PM Modified Gravity and Observational Constraints - Anne-Christine Davis (DAMTP, University of Cambridge)   ()
3:00 PM A cautionary case of casual causality & UV graviton scattering from IR singularities - Calvin Chen & Anna Tokareva (Imperial College, London)   ()
2:00 PM Gravitational-wave lensing as a probe of dark matter halos & Decoherence of Cosmological Perturbations from Boundary Terms and the Non-Classicality of Gravity - Giovanni Tambalo & Chon Man Sou (Albert Einstein Institute & Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   ()
3:00 PM Hearts of Darkness: Theory and Phenomenology of quantum gravity regularised black holes - Stefano Liberati (SISSA)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Effective field theories for phases of matter and cosmology - Alberto Nicolis (Columbia University)   ()
2:00 PM Signatures of Primordial Gravitational Waves on the Large-Scale Structure of the Universe - Pritha Bari (Padua University)   ()
7:00 PM Probing Leptogenesis with the Cosmological Collider - Yanou Cui (University of California, Riverside)   ()
3:00 PM Quantum gravity here and now, and at the end of the world - João Magueijo (Imperial College London)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Prospects for understanding the physics of the Universe - Hiranya Peiris (University College London & Stockholm University)   ()
3:00 PM Inflation, Origin of Matter Asymmetry, and GW Background - Azadeh Maleknejad (CERN)   ()
3:00 PM Semi-discrete Optimal Transport for Cosmological Reconstruction - Sebastian von Hausegger (University of Oxford)   ()
3:00 PM Is our Universe geometrical after all? - Guilherme Franzmann (Nordita)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] A new theory of the universe - Neil Turok (University of Edinburgh)   ()
3:00 PM Questions on calculation of primordial power spectrum with large spikes: the resonance model case - Keisuke Inomata (The University of Chicago)   ()
3:00 PM Hints of Cosmological Parity Violation - Oliver Philcox (Columbia University)   ()
3:00 PM Mapping the anisotropic stochastic gravitational-wave background - Jishnu Suresh (Louvain U., CP3)   ()
3:00 PM Wave-optics limit of the stochastic gravitational-wave background - Alice Garoffolo (Leiden University)   ()
3:00 PM Where my DAEMON hides -- Power-law mass density models from fundamental principles - Jenny Wagner (Bahamas Advanced Study Institute & Conferences)   ()
3:00 PM UV Physics and Hawking radiation - Pei-Ming Ho (National Taiwan University)   ()
3:00 PM Fuzzy Fields for Cosmic Conundrums - Daniel Grin (Haverford college)   ()
3:00 PM Primordial non-Gaussianity beyond the bispectrum - Gonzalo Palma (Universidad de Chile)   ()
3:00 PM Is H0 a constant in Lambda-CDM cosmology? - Eoin Ó Colgáin (Atlantic Technological University)   ()
4:30 PM Cosmology via holography - Mark Van Raamsdonk (University of British Columbia)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Scalar-tensor theories of modified gravity in cosmology and in strong-gravity objects - David Langlois (Universite Paris Cite, CNRS, AstroParticule et Cosmologie)   ()
3:00 PM Universal Nature of Black Hole Ringdown: Overtone Excitation and Graybody Factors - Naritaka Oshita (RIKEN, iTHEMS)   ()
3:30 PM Towards Precision Measurements of Dark Matter - Sukanya Chakrabarti (Rochester Institute of Technology)   ()
3:00 PM More General Relativity - David Kaplan (Johns Hopkins U.)   ()
3:00 PM Mapping the baryonic Universe: a new window into the cosmos - Hamsa Padmanabhan (Université de Genève)   ()
3:00 PM [colloquium] Large density perturbations from stochastic inflation - David Wands (ICG, University of Portsmouth)   ()
3:00 PM Ultralight dark matter searches with laser interferometry - Yuta Michimura (LIGO Laboratory, Caltech & University of Tokyo)   ()
3:00 PM Pulsar Polarization Arrays - Tao Liu (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   ()
3:00 PM New avenues to the Cosmological Gravitational Wave Background - Nicola Bartolo (Padua U. and INFN, Padua and Padua Observ.)   ()
3:00 PM The pi-axion and pi-axiverse of dark QCD - Evan McDonough (University of Winnipeg)   ()
3:00 PM Lattice simulations of axion inflation - Angelo Caravano (LMU, Munich)   ()
4:00 PM Searching for Cosmological Concordance with New Physics in the Dark Sector: Hints and Challenges - James Colin Hill (Columbia University & Flatiron Insitute)   ()
3:00 PM Some directions for the future of primordial non-Gaussianities - Sébastien Renaux-Petel (Paris, Inst. Astrophys.)   ()
3:00 PM Cosmic expansion versus motion: Probing the difference - David Wiltshire (University of Canterbury)   ()
3:00 PM New horizons in black hole physics - Vitor Cardoso (Niels Bohr Institute and Lisbon, IST)   ()
3:00 PM A large ∣η∣ approach to single field inflation - Gianmassimo Tasinato (Universita di Bologna & Swansea University)   ()
3:00 PM On the cosmological constant appearing as an initial condition for inflationary models - Eric Ling (University of Copenhagen & University of Toronto)   ()
3:00 PM Does inflation always start with a Bang? - Jerome Quintin (U. Waterloo & Perimeter Inst. Theor. Phys.)   ()
3:00 PM Dissipative Inflation via Scalar Production - Borna Salehian   ()
3:00 PM Evolution in Dipole Lambda CDM Cosmology, from Big Bang to Now - Shahin Sheikh Jabbari (IPM, Iran)   ()
3:00 PM Phantom fluid cosmology: constraints and direct detection - James Cline (McGill University)   ()
3:00 PM Cosmic birefringence: searching for parity-violating physics with the CMB polarization - Patricia Diego Palazuelos (Cantabria Inst. of Phys. and Cantabria U., Santander)   ()
4:00 PM Particle Production by Gravitational Fields and Black Hole Evaporation - Michael Florian Wondrak (Radboud University)   ()
3:00 PM New inflationary probes of axion dark matter - JiJI Fan (Brown University)   ()
1:30 PM Second quantization of noncommutative spaces: emergence of the Standard Model minimally coupled to gravity - Walter van Suijlekom (Radboud University Nijmegen)   ()
3:00 PM An effective coda for loops in single clock inflation - Subodh Patil (Leiden University)   ()
4:00 PM Graviton detection and the quantization of gravity - Nicholas Rodd (CERN)   ()
3:00 PM Primordial Black Holes Are True Vacuum Nurseries - Louis Hamaide (UCL, London)   ()
3:00 PM Termination of Superradiance from a Binary Companion - Hui-Yu Zhu (Hong Kong U. Sci. Tech.)   ()
3:00 PM Instability and gravitational waves in axion inflation with strong backreaction from gauge modes - Lorenzo Sorbo (University of Massachusetts)   ()
3:00 PM The separate-universe approach and sudden transitions during inflation - Joseph Jackson (Portsmouth U., ICG)   ()
3:00 PM Effective Cuscuton Theory - Maria Mylova (IPMU, the University of Tokyo)   ()
3:00 PM Lingering Before Inflation - Scott Watson (Syracuse University)   ()
3:00 PM Baryogenesis and baryon isocurvature perturbation from primordial magnetic fields - Kohei Kamada (University of Chinese Academy of Science)   ()
3:00 PM Impact of primordial magnetic fields on matter power spectrum - Pranjal Ralegankar (SISSA)   ()
1:30 PM Universal black hole microstates - Roberto Emparan (Universitat de Barcelona)   ()
3:00 PM Relic gravitons, single gravitons and high-frequency detectors - Massimo Giovannini (CERN Physics Department and INFN Milan-Bicocca)   ()
3:00 PM Entanglement generation by superradiance and its impact in Hawking radiation - Adrià Delhom (Louisiana State U.)   ()
5:00 PM Eternal Inflation and a Geodesically Complete Multiverse - Damien Easson (Arizona State University)   ()
3:00 PM Back-reaction in the early universe - Laura Iacconi (Queen Mary University of London & University of Portsmouth)   ()
3:00 PM Parity violation as a probe for dark matter and theories beyond General Relativity - Tucker Manton (Brown University)   ()
3:00 PM (Runaway) Gravitational Production of Dark Photons - Leah Jenks (KICP, University of Chicago)   ()
3:00 PM Primordial Black Holes: From formation to detection - Sarah Geller (Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics, UC)   ()
3:00 PM Multi-messenger probes of parity symmetry - Macarena Lagos (Andres Bello Natl. U.)   ()
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