Organized by: Alexander Abanov, Sriram Ganeshan, Kristan Jensen, and Vadim Oganesyan Recent years have witnessed significant progress in understanding the behavior of quantum many-body systems without relying on the age-old assumptions of thermalization or equilibration. Qualitatively new and different real-time […]
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Organized by: Glen Evenbly (University of Sherbrooke), Roman Orus (Univ. of Mainz), David Perez-Garcia (Univ. Complutense de Marid), Tzu-Chieh Wei (Stony Brook University) Over the past few decades we have witnessed a rapid exchange and infuse of ideas across different […]
The Simons Center Art and Science program presents Lisa Park: MANIFESTING INVISIBLES October 19, 2017 – January 22, 2018 Curated by Lorraine Walsh Stony Brook University, NY Opening Reception, Thursday October 19, 2017 5:00pm – Reception, Simons Center Gallery and […]
The Simons Center will be hosting the Simons Collaboration: the Non-Perturbative Bootstrap. For more information about this event please visit: http://bootstrapcollaboration.com.
Organized by Alexander Abanov SCGP Weekly Talks is a colloquium style series of talks aimed at all members and visitors of the Simons Center and the more general math and physics community on Stony Brook campus. The regular time and […]
The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics is pleased to announce the latest issue of SCGP News, a biannual publication which reflects the Center’s mission, scientific and cultural events.
Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Lecture: 11:00 am, Simons Center Della Pietra Family Auditorium Title: “Where will our energy come from in the future?” Abstract: Global demand for energy is rising. Today, 80% is met by burning fossil fuels (oil, […]
The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics is pleased to announce that Dr. Zohar Komargodski has joined the SCGP faculty as a new Permanent Member effective March 12, 2017, Zohar joins the SCGP from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Department […]
Organized by: Simon Donaldson, Kenji Fukaya, and John Morgan Gauge Theory and Low Dimensional Topology: With the introduction of Seiberg-Witten theory in the mid 1990s the study of the instanton moduli spaces in dimensions 3 and 4 took a secondary […]
Organized by: Christopher Bishop and Joe Mitchell The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics is running a week-long workshop on discrete and computational geometry April 17-21, 2017.The intended audience is graduate students, postdocs, and researchers in mathematics and computer science […]