Speaker: Bogna Ignatowska-Jankowska (Postdoctoral Scholar at Neuronal Rhythms in Movement Unit led by Marylka Yoe Uusisaari)
Location: C700 (Lab 3), Zoom
Title: Distinct behavioral effects of cannabinoids in 3D motion capture of freely moving mice
Theoretical Physics Seminar.
Speaker: 'Hannes Schoenke (Mathematics, Mechanics, Materials, and other aspects of M Theory).
Title: "A glimpse into the beauty of algebraic geometry (examples included!)"
Large N Phase Transitions and Small AdS-Schwarzschild Black Holes
Speaker: Sudip Ghosh
Abstract: We will discuss aspects of small AdS-Schwarzschild Black Holes in the context of the AdS/CFT correspondence. In particular we will consider issues related to dynamical instabilities of small black holes and their dual interpretation in the boundary gauge theory at large N.
Join the zoom session by OIST PhD Student, Florian Lalande! 51-Pegasi B is the name of the first exoplanet discovered in 1995, located 50 light years away from Earth. The Classical Age of planetary science was therefore brought to an end. Since then, the search for exoplanets has intensified. We know today more than 4,200 planets orbiting other star than our Sun.
Title: Extended TQFT
Abstract: This talk is the continuation of my TQFT discussion from last week. I am going to discuss the extended TQFT as an open-closed strings following the nice paper by Aaron D. Lauda, Hendryk Pfeiffer "Open-closed strings: Two-dimensional extended TQFTs and Frobenius algebras". After that I am going to discuss 2-categories approach and compare it with asymptotic symmetries and edge modes.
QG group meeting.
Speaker: Yasha Neiman
Title: "Boundary locality vs. higher-spin symmetry"
Our new Deigo Cluster is coming! Learn all about the migration, and ask us any questions you may have.
Title: Strings from Massive Higher Spins: The Asymptotic Uniqueness of the Veneziano Amplitude
Abstract: We are going to discuss the recent paper by Simon Caron-Huot, Zohar Komargodski, Amit Sever and Alexander Zhiboedov "Strings from Massive Higher Spins: The Asymptotic Uniqueness of the Veneziano Amplitude". Dorian Weissman will be leading the discussion.
TQM unit is holding a Zoom seminar.
Title : TQFT and Asymptotic symmetries
Speaker: Vyacheslav Lysov
Abstract: I will provide an introduction to topological quantum field theories (TQFT) and their generalization - Extended TQFT. Using the TQFT framework I am going to discuss the behaviour of Hilbert spaces, associated to the boundary components, under the gluing.