3-7 September 2018
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Europe/Berlin timezone

Poster Session

The Poster Session will be on Tuesday 04/09 from 12.30 PM to 2.30 PM in the Mathematics Building, Bldg No 20.30, the location is indicated in this map.

Presenters are asked to bring their posters to the Mathematics Building, Bldg No 20.30, already in the first coffee break of that day (Tue 04/09, 10.30 AM to 11.00 AM) and put them on the poster walls provided there.


Name Institution Title of the Poster
Gonzalo Alonso Álvarez Heidelberg University Non-minimally coupled scalar dark matter from inflationary fluctuations
Javier Alonso González Instituto de Física Teórica UAM-CSIC Testable ALP in the Minimal Linear Sigma Model
Arnaud Andrianavalomahefa Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Dark matter search with the FUNK experiment
Fernando Arias Aragón Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Instituto de Física Teórica The Minimal Flavour Violating Axion
Martín Arteaga Tupia Universidade de Sao Paulo Impact of Beyond the Standard Model Physics in the Detection of the Cosmic Neutrino Background
Mustafa Ashry Faculty of Science - Cairo University Charged Higgs Contribution into B-> D* Tau Tau-Antineutrino Semileptonic Decays in Left-Right Models
Cristian Caniu Barros Instituto de Física da Universidade de São Paulo Dark Matter searches using flavor physics measurements in the framework of Effective Field Theory
Andrea Caputo University of Valencia and IFIC ARS mechanism and beyond
Andrew Cheek Durham, IPPP Surrogate Models for Direct Dark Matter Detection
Stefan Clementz KTH Royal Institute of Technology Thermalization of inelastic dark matter in the Sun
Rupert Coy Laboratoire Charles Coulomb, CNRS An EFT approach to lepton anomalies
Maira Dutra Laboratoire de Physique Théorique d'Orsay Freezing dark matter through heavy spin-1 and spin-2 portals
Thomas Edwards Grappa, University of Amsterdam Dark Matter Model or Mass: Benchmark-Free Forecasting for Future Detectors
Ivan Esteban Universitat de Barcelona Constraints on neutrino matter potential and robustness of oscillation data
Anastasiia Filimonova Heidelberg University Singlet-Triplet Higgs portal Dark Matter
Claudia Garcia-Garcia IFT-UAM/CSIC Vector Boson Scattering at the LHC: a promising route to new physics
Julia Gehrlein UAM IceCube bounds on sterile neutrinos above 10 eV
Miguel G. Folgado IFIC, CSIC-UV Probing the sterile neutrino portal to Dark Matter with γ rays
Sergio Gonzalez-martin INFN Padova Gravitational contributions to the beta function
Alvaro Hernandez-Cabezudo Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) Status of the eV Sterile Neutrino Oscillations
Shunichi Horigome Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) The foreground effect on the J-factor estimation of dwarf spheroidal galaxies
SARIF KHAN HARISH-CHANDRA RESEARCH INSTITUTE Singlet-Triplet Fermionic Dark Matter and LHC Phenomenology
Simon King University of Southampton SO(10) Inspired Z' Models at the LHC
Fiona Kirk University of Göttingen Baryogenesis from R-parity breaking: the role of flavor
Vincent Klaer TU-Darmstadt IKP The dark-matter axion mass
Erik Lentz University of Goettingen Exchange-Correlation Effects in Axion Structure Formation
Kevin Max Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa General bounds on hidden CFTs
Kristian Moffat IPPP Three-Flavoured Non-Resonant Leptogenesis at Intermediate Scales
Susana Molina Sedgwick University of Southampton Determining the Masses of Right-Handed Neutrinos in the Littlest Seesaw
MADHURIMA PANDEY Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata Unparticle Decay of Neutrinos and its Possible Signatures a t a Km 2 Detector for (3+1) Flavour Framework
Andreas Pargner Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Axion minicluster power spectrum and mass function
Elena Perdomo Mendez University of Southampton SO(10)xS4 Grand Unified Theory of Flavour and Leptogenesis
Mathias Pierre LPT Orsay Flavourful Z′ portal for vector-like neutrino Dark Matter and RK(∗)
Anna Pollithy Technische Universität München KATRIN Background Characterization
Dipyaman Pramanik Harish-Chandra Research Institute A study of invisible neutrino decay at DUNE and its effects on θ23 measurement
Pablo Quílez Lasanta Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and IFT UAM/CSIC Colour Unified Heavy Axion
Chloe Ransom Physik-Institut Status of the neutrinoless double-beta decay experiment GERDA
Nuno Filipe Rosa Agostinho University of Barcelona Gauge legacy LHC run I
Salvador Rosauro Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, IFT Predictive leptogenesis from Minimal Flavour Violation
Rome Samanta University of Southampton Probing Relic Neutrino Decays with 21 cm Cosmology
Raquel Santos Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) Quasi-local energy and compactification
Toyokazu Sekiguchi University of Tokyo Simulation of axion electrodynamics and its cosmological applications
Ningqiang Song Queen's University, Canadian Particle Astrophysics Research Centre Cosmological constraints with self-interacting sterile neutrinos
Julia Stadler IPPP, Durham University Cosmological effects of DM-Photon scattering
Wouter Van De Pontseele University of Oxford Optical selection for Pandora-based electron neutrino searches in MicroBooNE
Laurie Walk Niels Bohr Institute Detectable neutrino features of rotating supernova progenitors

Edoardo Vitagliano

Max Planck Institute for Physics

Magic trick of the month: hiding blazars with decaying ALPs

Zeren Simon Wang BCTP, Physikalisches Institut, University of Bonn Heavy neutral fermions at the high-luminosity LHC


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