Events Archive

Events Archive

HET Seminar | Ken Van Tilburg, University of California, Santa Barbara | “Stellar Basins of Gravitationally Bound Particles” | via Zoom

Equity in Science: Representation, Culture, and the Dynamics of Change in Graduate Education - Julie Posselt, Associate Professor, Pullias Center for Higher Education-University of Southern California

Virtual Condensed Matter Seminar | Yuan Cao, MIT | "Competing Orders, Nematicity and Novel Josephson Effects in Superconducting Graphene Superlattices"

FPO - Jiaqi Jiang "Selected problems in quantum field theory in different dimensions"

HET Seminar | Kiryl Pakrouski, Princeton University | “Many Body Scars as a Group Invariant Sector of Hilbert Space” | via Zoom

FPO - Alexey Milekhin - "Quantum mechanical systems with holographic duals"

IAS HET Seminar | Clifford V. Johnson, University of Southern California | “Non-perturbative Studies of JT Gravity and Supergravity using Minimal Strings” | via Zoom

Promoting Diversity and Addressing Barriers in Physics - Geraldine Cochran, Rutgers

FPO - Justin Ripley - "General relativity and its classical modification in gravitational collapse"

FPO - Jingjing Lin "Transport Properties of Topological Chalcogenides under Pressure"

Harvard Science Book Talks, P.J.E. Peebles | June 29th @ 7:00pm

FPO - Luca Iliesiu - "On Two-Dimensional Quantum Gravity"

FPO - Sanjay Moudgalya - "New Forms of Ergodicity Breaking in Quantum Many-Body Systems"

FPO - Akshay Yelleshpur Srikant - "On-shell methods and positive geometry"

FPO - Christian Jepsen - "Physics of the Ultrametric"

FPO - Yale Fan - "Topological Structures in Supersymmetric Gauge Theories"

Biophysics Seminar: Andrew Leifer, Princeton University | Princeton Open Ventilation Monitor: Project Update|Zoom

HET Seminar | Wei Song, Member, School of Natural Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University | "Entanglement Entropy in Flat Holography" | via Zoom

FPO - Jaan Altosaar "Probabilistic Modeling of Structure in Science: Statistical Physics to Recommender Systems"

Pheno & Vino Seminar | Jan Heisig, CP3 UC Louvain | "Probing dark matter with cosmic-ray antiprotons" Zoom link: