Talks

Peter B. Denton

Selected Talks

CP Violation at Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments
Visible Decay of Astrophysical Neutrinos
COHERENT and the LMA-Dark NSI Solution
The Lightest Dark Matter

All talks

  1. CP Violation at Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments.
    HET Lunch Talk at BNL; October 2020.
  2. CP Violation at Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments.
    Invited Neutrino Physics Center Seminar at Fermilab; October 2020.
  3. The Lightest Dark Matter.
    Invited Seminar at Sussex; October 2020.
  4. Astrophysical Neutrino Decay.
    Talk at ICHEP; July 2020.
  5. Visible Decay of Astrophysical Neutrinos.
    Talk at BNL HET group; May 2020.
  6. Ultralight Boson Dark Matter Constraints from Superradiance Leveraging the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration’s Observations of M87*.
    Pheno; University of Pittsburgh (virtual); May 2020.
  7. Beyond the Standard Model physics with accelerator neutrino experiments.
    Invited plenary at APS APril; 2020.
  8. LMA-Dark: Large New Physics Effects in Neutrino Oscillations.
    Talk at BNL HET group; February 2020.
  9. Recent Results in Neutrino Oscillation Theory.
    Invited seminar at UMass Amherst; November 2019.
  10. Realizing the physics goals at DUNE.
    Invited talk at the Modules Of Opportunity for DUNE workshop; BNL; November 2019.
  11. Recent Results in Neutrino Oscillation Theory.
    Invited seminar at OSU; November 2019.
  12. New Physics Probes in Future Neutrino Experiments.
    Invited colloquium at BNL; October 2019.
  13. Recent Results in Neutrino Oscillation Theory.
    Talk at CERN Neutrino Platform; Geneva; October 2019.
  14. Recent Results in Neutrino Oscillation Theory.
    Invited Fermilab theory seminar; Batavia IL; September 2019.
  15. Exact Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.
    Talk at TomFest; Vanderbilt; Nashville; August 2019.
  16. Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.
    Talk at the 2019 DPF meeting; Northeastern; Boston; July 2019.
  17. Neutrino Self Interactions in the Early Universe.
    Invited talk the NTN NSI Workshop; Wash U; St. Louis; May 2019.
  18. Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.
    Invited seminar at UC Irvine; May 2019.
  19. Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.
    Seminar at Caltech; May 2019.
  20. Partial Neutrino Decay Addresses the Track - Cascade Tension at IceCube.
    Pheno; University of Pittsburgh; May 2019.
  21. Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.
    Invited seminar at PSU; State College PA; April 2019.
  22. Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.
    Invited seminar at VT; Blacksburg VA; February 2019.
  23. Analytic and Compact Expressions for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter.
    Invited talk at PONDD; Fermilab; Batavia IL; December 2018.
  24. Finding the Unexpected in IceCube.
    Invited N-Talk; NBIA; Copenhagen; September 2018.
  25. High Energy Neutrino Parameter Estimation.
    Invited talk at GRAND workshop; IAP Paris; August 2018.
  26. New Neutrino Interactions: Breaking Degeneracies and Relaxing Sterile Tensions.
    Invited talk; BNL; August 2018.
  27. Analytic and Compact Expressions for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter.
    International Conference of High Energy Physics (ICHEP); Seoul; July 2018.
  28. Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.
    Invited talk; IIHE; January 2018.
  29. Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.
    Invited talk; DESY-Zeuthen; January 2018.
  30. Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.
    Invited talk; Arizona State University; January 2018.
  31. Supernova – Gamma Ray Burst – Neutrino Connection.
    Invited SUPER-STARS talk; DARK Cosmology Center; Copenhagen; November 2017.
  32. Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.
    Invited N-Talk; NBIA; Copenhagen; November 2017.
  33. Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.
    Invited seminar; Campinas State University; October 2017.
  34. COHERENT and the LMA-Dark NSI Solution.
    Invited talk; The 19th International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators (NUFACT 2017); Uppsala; September 2017.
  35. What We Can Tell About the Sources of IceCube’s Neutrinos, and What IceCube Can Tell Us About Gamma Ray Bursts.
    Astrophysics theory seminar; Fermilab; Batavia IL; August 2017.
  36. The Galactic Contribution to IceCube's Astrophysical Neutrino Flux.
    TeV Particle Astrophysics (TEVPA); CCAPP; August 2017.
  37. Finding Anisotropies in Cosmic Rays and Neutrinos.
    Invited astroparticle seminar; Niels Bohr International Academy; Copenhagen; April 2017.
  38. Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.
    Center of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Terascale (CoEPP); University of Melbourne; December 2016.
  39. Spherical Harmonics as a Tool for Finding Anisotropies in UHECR and Astrophysical Neutrino Fluxes.
    Invited talk; Danish Astroparticle Physics Meeting; CP3 Origins; October 2016.
  40. The Standard Neutrino Oscillation Parameters and a Surprising Alternative Solution.
    Invited N-Talk; NBIA; Copenhagen; September 2016.
  41. Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.
    International Conference of High Energy Physics (ICHEP); Chicago IL; August 2016.
  42. Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.
    Invited theory seminar; Fermilab; Batavia IL; July 2016.
  43. Methods for Probing New Physics at High Energies.
    Defense of dissertation; Vanderbilt University; Nashville TN; June 2016.
  44. Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.
    International School of Subnuclear Physics; Erice Sicily; June 2016.
  45. Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.
    Pheno; University of Pittsburgh; May 2016.
  46. GW150914 Direct Detection by LIGO.
    Journal Club Presentation; Fermilab; Batavia IL; February 2016.
  47. Cosmic Ray Anisotropy with Partial Sky Exposure.
    CCAPP; Columbus, OH; November 2015.
  48. The Effect of a Maximum Lepton Energy on the Stability of Pions and Cosmic Ray Physics.
    APS April; Baltimore, MD; 2015.
  49. Particle Physics at the Highest Energies.
    TRIUMF; Vancouver, BC; January 2015.
  50. Particle Physics at the Highest Energies.
    University of Wisconsin at Madison; December 2014.
  51. Using Integral Dispersion Relations to Extend the LHC Reach for New Physics.
    TASI; Boulder, CO; June 2016.
  52. Sensitivity of the orbiting JEM-EUSO mission to large-scale anisotropies.
    Cosmic Ray Anisotropy Workshop; University of Wisconsin at Madison; September 2013.
  53. Search for new physics beyond the LHC using integral dispersion relations and pp elastic scattering data.
    APS April; Denver, CO; 2013.