Winter 2018 HET

Winter 2018 Schedule

Seminars take place Fridays 3-4pm in West Hall Room #335

1/12/18Maxim Perelstein (Cornell)  SIMPs and ELDERs: New Ideas for Dark Matter abstract
1/19/18 Nima Arkani-Hamed (IAS) Marble Statues in the Forest Beyond Quantum Mechanics and Spacetime 
 2/2/18 Emil Martinec (UChicago) String Theory of Supertubes abstract
 2/9/18 Mike Douglas (Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University) Computational Complexity of Cosmology in String Theory abstract
 2/16/18 Anatoly Dymarsky (UKentucky) Universality and Thermalization of Fast Quenches abstract
 2/23/18 Yue Zhao (UM) Dark Matter Beyond Weakly Interacting Massice Particles abstract
 3/9/18 Brian Batell  Flavor-Specific Scalar Mediators abstract
 3/16/18 Kurt Hinterbichler (Case Western) Constraints on Interacting Massive High Spins abstract
 3/30/18 Annika Peter  Gravitational Probes of Dark Matter Physics abstract
 4/5/18 Alejandra Castro  Black Holes & Number Theory: How to Bootstrap a Black Hole via Modular   Forms abstract
 4/6/18 Luis Alvarez-Gaume (Stonybrook) Revisiting Goldstone's Theorem abstract