---------------Programação de Seminários - 2019---------


25/9 Prof. Dr. Ademir Sales Lima (IAG - USP)
Gravitational  Waves and Exoplanetas
In the last two decades, thousands of extrasolar planets were discovered based on different
observational techniques, and their number must increase substantially in virtue of the ongoing
and near-future approved missions and facilities. It is shown that interesting signatures of
binary systems from nearby exoplanets and their parent stars can also be obtained measuring
the pattern of gravitational waves (GWs) that will be made available by the new generation of
detectors including the space-based LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna) observatory.
9/10 Journal Club do GRENAC
Hamed Panjeh
The subject is "Variance Reduction Techniques in Monte Carlo".
The aim is to encourage you to equip your codes with
"Variance Reduction Techniques" or at least use one of them.
Why are "Variance Reduction Techniques" so important?
30/10 Seminário - Ramón P. Varona
Neutrino–nucleus reactions with the CRISP code.
Intranuclear cascade for neutrino–nucleus reactions is implemented with the CRISP code. The initial condition is a muon neutrino νµ with kinetic energy T in the direction of the target, with 0.5 ≤ T ≤ 2.5 GeV. Theoretical expressions of total cross sections and double differential cross sections for νµ + n and νµ + p reactions were used. The implemented channels are the quasi-elastic scattering and the production of ∆ resonances, both for the neutral current and charged current interactions. These mechanisms are represented and explained graphically in this seminar. We compare our results with experimental data of total cross section from neutrino-nucleus reactions and double differential cross section from muon and pion production from neutrino-nucleus reactions.
27/11 Discussões I.C.
Sempre das 14:00h as 16:00h na SALA 3029 ALA II do IFUSP