High Energy Theory Seminars: Fall 2012

All seminars will be held in 469 Lauritsen on Fridays at 11AM, unless marked in red.
The organizer for this seminar is Abhijit Gadde.
Aug 31
Peter Koroteev
(University of Minnesota)
BPS States in Omega Background and Integrability
Sep 14
Sergey Cherkis
(University of Arizona)
Tropical Geometry of Monopoles and Quantum Field Theories in Five Dimensions
Sep 21
Philip Argyres
(University of Cincinnati)
Instantons on R^3 x S^1 and a semi-classical realization of IR renormalons
Sep 28
Sophia Domokos
(Weizmann Institute)
A more comprehensive AdS/QCD
Oct 5
Andy Stergiou
(UC at San Diego)
RG Limit Cycles
Oct 12
Vijay Kumar
Gromov-Witten invariants from the S^2 partition function
Oct 19
Chris Beem
(Simons Center for Geometry and Physics)
Holomorphic Blocks in Three Dimensions
Oct 26
11 am
Samson Shatashvili
(Trinity College Dublin)
Gauge Theory angle on Integrability
Oct 26
1 pm
Raffaele Savelli
(MPI, Munich)
F Theory vs Type IIB Orientifolds: Some global aspects
Nov 2
Claudius Klare
Supersymmetry on Curved Spaces and Holography
Nov 9
Omid Saremi
(UC Berkeley)
Disordered AdS/CFT, Localization and Random Matrix Theory
Nov 16
11 am
David Poland
(Yale University)
Carving out the Space of Conformal Field Theories
Nov 16
1 pm
Shinsei Ryu
Holographic Geometry of Entanglement Renormalization
Nov 30
Jaume Gomis
(Perimeter Institute)
Exact Results in D=2 Supersymmetric Gauge Theories and Applications
Dec 7
Erik Verlinde
(University of Amsterdam)
Error Correcting the Black Hole Firewall

Archived High Energy Theory Seminar Schedules:
Spring 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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