All THINGS EFT...
To allow researchers in the global Effective Field Theory community to connect and share their work,
All Things EFT is launched as a weekly international online lecture series in fall 2020, on September 30th.
Topics include all aspects of EFTs such as SMEFT, HEFT, LEFT, Dark Matter EFT, EFTs of gravity, SCET, ...
The lectures will be held via zoom. To receive the link to the zoom room, please subscribe below.
Lectures will usually be weekly on Wednesdays at
4pm CET (Geneva) = 10am EST (New York) = 7am PST (Los Angeles) = 11pm CST (Beijing)
Lecture Format: 1h plenary-style talk + discussion
One of the opening slides should specify for a broad audience:
1) the field content and symmetries and 2) an expansion parameter, i.e. the EFT(s) of interest.
Surjeet Rajendran (John Hopkins U.)
Luis Lehner (Perimeter)
Lasma Alberte (Imperial College London)
Julio Parra-Martinez (Caltech)
Andreas Helset (Caltech)
Yu-Tin Huang (Taiwan U.)
Rodrigo Alonso (IPPP Durham)
Juan Carlos Criado (IPPP Durham)
Shinji Mukohyama (Kyoto U.)
Nathaniel Craig (UC Santa Barbara)
Matthew Schwartz (Harvard U.)
Markus Luty (UC Davis)
Teng Ma (Technion)
Michael J. Ramsey-Musolf (Massachussetts U. , Shanghai, Caltech)
Zvi Bern (UCLA)
Ruth Gregory (King's College London)
Dave Sutherland (Glasgow U.)
Ian Moult (Yale U.)
Ilaria Brivio (Heidelberg U.)
Fiona Burnell (Princeton U.)
Mark Wise (Caltech)
W mass discussion:
On April 13, we organised a spontaneous discussion on the interpretation of the W mass measurement in the Standard Model Effective Field Theory (SMEFT). We discussed the results of updated SMEFT fits:
Place a bet on the outcome of the B anomalies in the years to come here: B anomaly Bets! Thanks so much to Professor Isidori for defining these bets for the community. Put your name down and take a stand!
Please contact an organizer in your region if you have any questions.
You can also contact us all directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.