High Energy Theory Seminars: Winter&Spring 2015

All seminars will be held in 469 Lauritsen on Fridays at 11AM, unless marked in red.
The organizers for this seminar are Ning Bao and Wenbin Yan.
Jan 16
Jaewon Song
Infinite N=1 Dualities
Jan 23
Sarah Harrison
Umbral Moonshine and K3 Surfaces
Jan 30
Ibou Bah
AdS5 solutions from M5-branes on Riemann surface and D6-brane sources
Feb 6
Simeon Hellerman
Feb 13
Raman Sundrum
(U Maryland)
BTZ/CFT: Before the Bang
Feb 20
Lance Dixon
Loop Amplitudes without Loop Integrands
Feb 27
Bogdan Stefanski
(City University London)
Integrability and the conformal field theory of the Higgs branch
Mar 6
Matt von Hippel
Loop Amplitudes without Loop Integrands: Constraining the NMHV Ratio Function
Mar 13
Haruki Watanabe
Absence of quantum time crystals
Mar 20
Vladimir Rosenhaus
Bulk-Boundary Duality, Gauge Invariance, and Precursors
Mar 27
Bei Jia
(UT Austin)
Geometry of (0,2) Theories
April 3 (11 AM)
Anton Kapustin
Generalized Global Symmetries
April 3 (1 PM)
Jacob Bourjaily
Enhancing Generalized Unitarity
April 10
Ruben Minasian
(CEA Saclay)
Heterotic strings and generalised geometry
April 10
Ken Intriligator
Deformations of superconformal theories
April 17
Henrik Johansson
Yang-Mills-Einstein Theory as a Double Copy
April 24
Bartek Czech
Integral geometry and the entropic nature of points and lengths
May 1

May 8 (11 AM)
Dan Xie
(Harvard University)
May 8 (1 PM)
Richard Woodard
(University of Florida)
Electrodynamic Effects of Inflationary Gravitons
May 15
Kelly Stelle
(Imperial College)
The Effect of Higher Derivatives on the Schwarzschild Solution
May 22
Augusto Sagnotti
(CERN, Scuola Normale Superiore, INFN-Pisa)
May 29
Sho Yaida
(Duke University)
June 5


Archived High Energy Theory Seminar Schedules:
Fall 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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