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Scientific Seminars and Workshops

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2024-06-18
08:06
Lessons from JT gravity / Turiaci, Joaquin (speaker) (University of Washington, USA) ; Stanford, Douglas (speaker) (Stanford University, USA)
The session will be divided into two parts. In the first part, we will provide an overview of JT gravity, go over recent applications and discuss some open questions. [...]
2024 - 1:45:05. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
16:28
Future of Strings / Gross, David (speaker) (KITP/UCSB) ; Zhiboedov, Alexander (speaker) (CERN) ; Almheiri, Ahmed (speaker) (NYUAD - United Arab Emirates)
2024 - 0:19:49. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
14:49
Bootstrapping mesons at large N / Albert, Jan (speaker) (Stony Brook University (USA))
Four-dimensional QCD has been known to simplify dramatically in the large N limit for decades. Yet, even in this limit, its solution still evades us. [...]
2024 - 0:32:20. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
14:49
Integrated correlators and the bootstrap / Pufu, Silviu S. (speaker) (Princeton University)
In this talk, I will show some results obtained from combining the conformal bootstrap for maximally supersymmetric CFTs in three and four dimensions with exact results obtained from supersymmetric localization. The latter take the form of integral constraints on four-point functions of local operators in the CFTs. [...]
2024 - 0:32:39. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
14:49
Confining strings and large N on the lattice (on-line) / Teper, Mike (speaker) (Oxford University, UK)
2024 - 0:38:45. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
14:49
The ABJ anomaly as a U(1) symmetry and Noether's theorem / Casini, Horacio (speaker) (Instituto Balseiro, Argentina)
Haag duality is a simple property of algebras attached to regions in QFT that expresses a form of completeness of the theory. Violations of Haag duality are due to "non-local operators". [...]
2024 - 0:37:10. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
14:49
Light ray operators, detectors, and energy correlators / Simmons-Duffin, David (speaker) (CalTech)
Light ray operators control many aspects of Lorentzian physics in quantum field theory. For example, they describe the behavior of correlators at large boost, and also provide a natural basis for collider measurements. [...]
2024 - 1:01:24. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-17
08:29
Bootstrapping Strings / Guerrieri, Andrea (speaker)
The numerical S-matrix Bootstrap aims at establishing non-perturbative universal bounds on physical observables that can be extracted from scattering amplitudes in any dimension. In the first part of the talk, I will review our recent exploration of the space of supergravity amplitudes, and how String/M theory often appears close to the boundary of the allowed region. [...]
2024 - 0:32:21. Conferences, Workshops & Schools; Strings2024 Conference External links: Talk details; Event details In : Strings2024 Conference

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2024-06-14
16:15
Novel Probes of the Primordial Liquid / Rajagopal, Krishna (speaker) (MIT)
Heavy ion collisions reproduce droplets of the trillions-of-degrees-hot liquid that filled the microseconds-old universe, conventionally called quark-gluon plasma (QGP) but better thought of as hot quark-gluon soup. Over the past couple of decades, data obtained via recreating this primordial fluid have shown that it is the most liquid liquid in the universe, making it the first complex matter to form as well as the source of all protons and neutrons [...]
2024 - 1:08:31. Theory Colloquia External link: Event details In : Novel Probes of the Primordial Liquid

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2024-06-13
11:04
The χc1(3872) and its radiative decays at LHCb / Polyakov, Ivan (speaker) (NRC "Kurchatov Institute" (ITEP) (RU))
The spectroscopy of exotic hadrons is a promising way to reveal how non-perturbative QCD works. As the first established exotic hadron, the χc1(3872) is also the most studied today. In this seminar we will discuss what can already be concluded from more than 20 years of its experimental study, and what more can and can't be learned from its radiative decays [...]
2024 - 0:55:37. LHC Seminar External link: Event details In : The χc1(3872) and its radiative decays at LHCb

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