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From Representation Theory to Mathematical Physics and Back: May 31-June 4, 2022

Organized by: Pavel Etingof, Mikhail Khovanov, Alexander Kirillov, Anna Lachowska, Ivan Loseu, Andrew Neitzke, Joshua Sussan, Anton Zeitlin The theme of the meeting is the continued influence of mathematics and physics on each other. In particular, the workshop will highlight progress in the areas of vertex operator algebras, conformal field theory, representation theory of affine […]

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Dynamics of SCFTs and Special Functions: April 18-22, 2022

Organized by: Shlomo Sergei Razamat, and Masahito Yamazaki Recent years have seen significant progress in understanding the dynamics of supersymmetric quantum field theories in various space-time dimensions. This progress was partly due to the development of various localization techniques leading to exact computations of certain partition functions. Such computations can be expressed in terms of […]

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Remote Workshop: Ending Inflation and the Hot Big Bang: November 19, 2021

Organized by: Peter Adshead, Jonathan Heckman, Marilena Loverde, Patrick Meade, and Scott Watson Please apply below to receive the zoom link This workshop is aimed at filling the gap in our cosmic history – from the end of inflation to the beginning of big bang nucleosynthesis. The recent observational progress in cosmology, gravitational wave physics, […]

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Confronting large N, holography, integrability and stringy models with the real world: February 14 – April 22, 2022

Organized by: Sergei Dubovsky, Zohar Komargodski, Erich Poppitz, Jacob Sonnenshein, and Mithat Unsa. Since the introduction of QCD as the theory of gluons and quarks quite a lot of methods and toy models have been invoked to seek control on the theory. In particular: considering the theory in different space-time dimensions, analyzing lattice gauge theories, […]

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Flexibility and rigidity in dynamical systems: March 7-11, 2022

Organized by: Thomas Barthelmé, Aaron Brown, Alena Erchenko, and Ralf Spatzier. This workshop on flexibility and rigidity in dynamical systems will bring together people working on complimentary yet interacting directions in dynamics. While rigidity concerns itself with situations and conditions under which the dynamics becomes very special, even classifiable at times, flexibility studies how large […]

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