### Past Events

### Tell Me Something I Don't Know

2021-02-25Tell Me Something I Don't Know lunchtime event.

All are welcome, but must be prepared to tell a cool science story.

### QG group meeting: Yang-Mills scattering in de Sitter

2021-02-15QG group meeting.

Speaker: Yasha Neiman.

Title: "Yang-Mills scattering in de Sitter space".

### Theoretical Mechanics Seminar: Eliot Fried

2021-02-12Theoretical Physics Seminar.

Speaker: Eliot Fried (Mathematics, Mechanics, Materials and other aspects of M-theory).

Title: "The dynamics of incompressible fluids with incompatible velocity gradients".

### Group Meeting: Wilson Line Networks for Flat Space Holography

2021-01-25Speaker: Nico Fischer

Ttile: Wilson Line Networks for Flat Space Holography

Abstract: Several years ago, a technique in AdS/CFT was introduced which relates conformal correlation functions to Wilson networks in the bulk. The question arises whether this tool can be implemented in related models of holography. In my talk I will present the results of my master thesis, where I attempted to generalize the above-mentioned tool to what is so far known about flat space holography.

### Celestial amplitudes and BMS algebra (Angelos Fotopoulos; QG webinar)

2021-01-18Zoom seminar by Angelos Fotopoulos (Northeastern University and Wentworth Institute of Technology).

Title: "Celestial amplitudes and BMS algebra"

### Theoretical Non-Physics Seminar: David O'Connell

2021-01-15Theoretical Physics Seminar.

Speaker: David O'Connell (Quantum Gravity).

Title: "An Introduction to Lie Theory".

### QG group meeting: Inverting plane waves with spinors and complex analysis

2021-01-13QG group meeting.

Speaker: Yasha Neiman.

Title: "Inverting plane waves with spinors and complex analysis".

### Theoretical Physics Seminar: Yasha Neiman

2021-01-08Theoretical Physics Seminar.

Speaker: Yasha Neiman (Quantum Gravity).

Title: "Quantum mechanics without probabilities".

### Tell Me Something I Don't Know

2021-01-07An experimental Tell Me Something I Don't Know lunchtime event.

All are welcome, but must be prepared to tell a cool science story.

### Theoretical Physics Seminar: Wenliang Li

2020-12-18Theoretical Physics Seminar.

Speaker: Wenliang Li (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics).

Title: "How to make precise predictions out of almost nothing?"