Organized by Samuel Grushevsky, Deputy Director of SCGP
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. During the workshops at the Center, the talks are usually given by organizers or distinguished participants of the corresponding workshop on related topics.
All SCGP Weekly Talks are recorded and can be accessed through the SCGP video portal: SCGP VIDEOS.
Weekly talks are held regularly on Tuesdays at 1:15 pm in SCGP Lecture Hall – Room 102, unless otherwise noted.
|13-Sep||Gluing Z2 Harmonic Spinors||Greg Parker, MIT||Abstract|
|20-Sep||Symmetry structure from the bulk and holography||Ibrahima Bah||Abstract|
|11-Oct||Electronic fluidics and vortices||Gregory Falkovich|
|12-Oct||A twist on holography||Natalie Paquette|
|1-Nov||Quantum black holes: a macroscopic window into quantum gravity||
|13-Dec in room 313||Matrix models: Link to QHE, geometry of disorder and non-critical strings||
Ara G. Sedrakyan
|21-March||A path through mathematics the polyhedral way||Jesus De Loera||Abstract|
|18-April||All roads lead to generalized geometry||Jeffrey D. Streets||Abstract|
|2-May||Modern QFT for Real-World Gravity||Michele Levi||Abstract|