High Energy Theory Seminars: Winter/Spring 2017


All seminars will be held in 469 Lauritsen on Fridays at 11AM, unless marked in red.
The organizer for this seminar is Martin Fluder.
Date
Speaker
Title
Jan 6
Sarah Harrison
(Harvard University)
K3 String Theory, Lattices, and Moonshine
Jan 13
Márk Mezei
(Princeton University)
Moving the CFT into the bulk
Jan 20
Shu-Heng Shao
(IAS)
Indices, Particles, Surfaces, and Monsters
Jan 27
Guy Gur-Ari
(Stanford University)
Black Holes and Random Matrices
Feb 3
Simeon Hellerman
(Kavli IPMU)
tba
Feb 10
Xi Dong
(IAS)
Entanglement, Gravity, and Quantum Error Correction
Feb 17
Maxime Gabella
(IAS)
Spectral Networks, BPS Graphs, and BPS Quivers
Feb 24
Claire Zukowski
(Columbia University)
Emergent de Sitter Spaces from Entanglement Entropy
Mar 3
Jaewon Song
(KIAS)
Macdonald index and chiral algebra
Mar 10
Joshua Erlich
(College of William & Mary)
tba
Mar 17
Ethan Dyer
(Stanford University)
tba
Mar 24 Tudor Dimofte
(QMAP, UC Davis)
tba
Mar 31
Andy Neitzke
(University of Texas at Austin)
tba
Apr 7
Tom Hartman
(Cornell University)
tba
Apr 14
Chi-Ming Chang
(QMAP, UC Davis)
tba
Apr 21
Ingmar Saberi
(University of Heidelberg)
tba
Apr 28
Efrat Gerchkovitz
(Weizmann Institute)
tba
May 5
*11AM*


May 5
*1PM*
Gabriel Wong
(University of Virginia)
Shamil Shakirov
(Harvard University)
tba



tba

May 12
Veronika Hubeny
(QMAP, UC Davis)
tba
May 19
Gary Horowitz
(UC Santa Barbara)
tba
May 26
Thomas Dumitrescu
(Harvard University)
tba
Jun 2

Jun 9
Andreas Karch
(University of Washington)
tba
Jun 16



Archived High Energy Theory Seminar Schedules:
Fall 2016Spring 2016Fall 2015Spring 2015Fall 2014Spring 2014Winter 2014Fall 2013Spring 2013Winter 2013Fall 2012Spring 2012Winter 2012Fall 2011, Spring 2011, Winter 2011Fall 2010Spring 2010Winter 2010Fall 2009Spring 2009Winter 2009Fall 2008Spring 2008Winter 2008 Fall 2007, Winter 2007, Fall 2006, Spring 2006, Fall 2005, Spring 2005, Fall 2004, Spring 2004, Fall 2003, Spring 2003, Fall 2002, Spring 2002, Fall 2001, Spring 2001

Other Caltech seminars: Other local seminars of interest: Recent hep-th papers from nearby institutes

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