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Tim Tait (UC Irvine)

Date: Tue. March 9th, 2021, 11:30 am-12:30 pm

An Early Period of QCD Confinement for Fun and Profit

Abstract: I’ll discuss the possibility that QCD, the SU(3) encapsulating the strong nuclear force in the Standard Model, undergoes a period in the early history of the Universe in which it confines with a much larger confinement scale than is observed today. I’ll talk about the mechanics of how one can realize such a phenomenon, what the Universe would look like during this period and phenomenological implications, and potential applications to realize the observed baryon asymmetry or a modified picture for dark matter freeze out.

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Host: Pavel Fileviez Perez

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