Events Archive

Events Archive

Physics Colloquium-Richard Prum, Yale

Thu, Feb 23, 2012, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Condensed Matter/High Energy Theory Seminar - Zhengcheng Gu, KITP - Duality between symmetry protected topological order & intrinsic topological order

High Energy Theory Seminar - Kurt Hinterbichler, University of Pennsylvania - "New developments in massive gravity"

Gravity Group Astrophysics/Cosmology Lunch "Topics in gravity/cosmology, Part 2"

Physics Colloquium-Michael Brenner, Harvard

Thu, Feb 16, 2012, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

AMO Seminar - Iannis Kominis, local visitor from the University of Crete - A Bird's Eye View of Spin Coherence

High Energy Theory Seminar - Alejandra Castro, McGill University - The gravity dual of the Ising model

Condensed Matter Seminar, Leo Kadanoff, "Numerical Renormalization Methods"

High Energy Theory Seminar - IAS - Nima Arkani-Hamed - TBA

Fri, Feb 10, 2012, 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Gravity Group Astrophysics/Cosmology Lunch, Topics in gravity/cosmology

Hamilton Lecture-Leo Kadanoff

Thu, Feb 9, 2012, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

AMO Seminar - Wes Campbell, University of Maryland - Quantum information science with cold ions and molecules

Math Phys Seminar: Jonathan Breuer (Hebrew University) 'Nonintersecting random walkers with a staircase initial condition'

Informal High Energy Theory Seminar - IAS - Bogdan Stefanski, City University London

High Energy Theory Seminar - IAS - Razvan Gurau, Perimeter Institute - The Large N Limit of Tensor Models

Condensed Matter Seminar, Leo Kadanoff, "Are Renormalization Methods "Really Ugly"?"

High Energy Theory Seminar - Jonathan Heckman - IAS - Connecting Strings to Things

High Energy Theory Seminar - Simone Giombi - Perimeter Institute - Higher spin theories and holography

AMO Seminar - Monika Schleier-Smith - A Squeezed Atomic Clock Enabled by Cavity Feedback - Quantum Many-Body Systems Division LMU Munich

AMO Seminar - Building Synthetic Materials from Ultracold Atoms: Quantum Magnetism in an Optical Lattice - Jonathan Simon - Harvard/MIT