Events Archive

Events Archive

Pheno & Vino Seminar | Matt Buckley, Rutgers | "Reconstructing Dark Matter Substructure using Liouville's Theorem" | Jadwin 303

How to Be an Effective Ally

Tue, May 7, 2019, 3:00 pm

HET Seminar | Joseph Maciejko, University of Alberta | "Disordered and deconfined: exotic quantum criticality with Dirac fermions"

Hamilton Colloquium Series, Lawrence Sulak, Boston University, “Discovering the Electro-Weak Force, Seeing a Supernova Explode, Peering Inside the Sun, & Watching Neutrinos Oscillate”

Our Universe: An Astronomer’s Guide - Jo Dunkley

Pheno & Vino | Justin Khoury, U Penn | "Search optimization, Natural Selection and Self-Organized Criticality on the Landscape" | Jadwin 303

HET Seminar at IAS | Mirjam Cvetic, University of Pennsylvania | “Globally consistent three-family Standard Models in F-theory”

HET Seminar at IAS | Clay Cordova, Member, School of Natural Sciences, IAS | “Anomalies in the Space of Couplings and Dynamical Applications”

Joint Thunch / Gravity Group Seminar, Kris Pardo | Princeton "Implications for the Stochastic Gravitational Wave Background from a Massive Quasar-binary"

FPO - Ilya Belopolski - "Discovery of Magnetic Topological Crystals"

Physics Group Meeting at IAS | Matias Zaldarriaga, Faculty, School of Natural Sciences, IAS | “The Current State of Gravitational Wave Searches with LIGO/VIRGO”

Math Physics Seminar | Amanda Young, U. of Arizona, Tucson | "A gapped family of two-dimensional AKLT models" | Jadwin 343

Pheno & Vino Seminar | Cristina Mondino, NYU | "Astrometric weak lensing from Dark Matter substructures" | Jadwin 303

HET Seminar | Nathan Benjamin, Princeton University | "A New Twist on the Modular Bootstrap"

HET Seminar at IAS | Juven Wang, Member, School of Natural Sciences, IAS | “Anyonic-String/Brane Träumerei: Quantum 4d Yang-Mills Gauge Theories and Time-Reversal Symmetric 5d TQFT”

Gravity Group Lunch Seminar, Colin Hill | IAS/CCA "Extragalactic Foreground Biases in Primordial non-Gaussianity Measurements from the CMB"

Hamilton Colloquium Series, Pupa Gilbert, University of Wisconsin-Madison,"How Organisms Build Crystals"

The Second Kind of Impossible: The Extraordinary Quest for a New Form of Matter, Paul Steinhardt

Pheno & Vino Seminar | Matthew Moschella, Princeton University | "Testing Alternatives to Dark Matter in the Milky Way" | Jadwin 303

HET Seminar at IAS | Alexandre Streicher, University of California, Santa Barbara | “Quantum Epidemiology: Operator Growth, Thermal Effects, and SYK”