MPP Colloquium

Phenomenological Implications of the Swampland Program

by Dr Irene Valenzuela (CERN)


Consistency with Quantum Gravity can impose non-trivial constraints at low energies, which are known as Swampland constraints. They are mainly motivated by String Theory and Black Hole physics and can provide new guiding principles to construct beyond standard models of Particle Physics and Cosmology. In this talk, I will discuss some of the phenomenological implications of the Swampland constraints, including the dark dimension scenario. These constraints may open a new approach to understand the naturalness issues of our universe.