High Energy Theory Seminars: Fall 2016


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
Sept 30
Matthew Walters
(Boston University)
Studying IR Dynamics with Conformal Truncation
Oct 7
Andrew McLeod
(Stanford University)
From Hexagons to Heptagons: Bootstrapping Seven-Point Amplitudes in Planar N=4 super-Yang Mills Theory
Oct 14
*11AM*

Oct 14
*1PM*
Alba Grassi
(ICTP Trieste)

Wolfgang Wieland
(Perimeter Institute)
Seiberg-Witten theory as a Fermi gas


Quasilocal free energy in GR: Positivity and monotonicity
Oct 21
No seminar
Southern California String Seminar at UCLA
Oct 28
Stephen Jordan
(NIST/QuICS, University of Maryland)
Quantum computing and topological invariants
Nov 4
*11AM*


Nov 4
*1PM*
Brian Willett
(KITP/UC Santa Barbara)
Pavel Putrov
(IAS)
3d N = 2 theories on circle bundles and the Bethe equations


Exact solutions of N = (0 , 2) Landau - Ginzburg models
Nov 11
*11AM*

Nov 11
*1PM*
Callum Quigley
(University of Toronto)
Elias Kiritsis
(University of Crete)
Second quantized MSW strings on K3 fibrations


Holography and the quantum renormalization group
Nov 18
No seminar
Symposium to celebrate 75th birthday of John Schwarz
Nov 25
No seminar
Thanksgiving
Dec 2
*11AM*

Dec 2
*1PM*
Edgar Shaghoulian
(UC Santa Barbara)
Natalie Paquette
(Stanford University)
Gravity from conformal large-N gauge theory


Automorphy, Wall Crossing, and Symmetries of BPS States


Archived High Energy Theory Seminar Schedules:
Spring 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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