Seminars 李政道研究所-粒子核物理研究所联合演讲

Probing Symmetry Breakings with the Gravitational Wave Relic

by Dr Huaike Guo (University of Utah)

Meeting Room N602 (Tsung-Dao Lee Institute)

Meeting Room N602

Tsung-Dao Lee Institute

Meeting Room N602
LIGO’s first direct detection of gravitational waves in 2015 marked a new era for not just astronomy but also fundamental physics, with gravitational waves now playing an increasingly important role in particle physics studies. Among the various gravitational wave targets related to particle physics, especially important are those coming from symmetry breakings in the early universe realized in the form of cosmological first order phase transitions, and from the possibly formed topological solitons during the transitions.
I will discuss such studies and the correlations with collider physics.
Brief  Biography:
Huaike Guo received his PHD from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2016, and did postdocs at the institute of theoretical physics (CAS) from 2016 to 2018, at the University of Oklahoma from 2018 to 2021, and now at the University of Utah since 2021. His interest lies in searches of physics beyond the standard model and in the searches of dark matter with gravitational waves. He is also a member of the LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA scientific collaboration since 2019.
Online Meeting Room:
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