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6 talksCollection Number C11033
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From the Biggest Things to the Biggest Bang
Louis Leblond Pennsylvania State University

What is String Theory?
Jaume Gomis Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

ISSYP 2011  Quantum Cryptograpy
PIRSA:11080147 
Life as a Physicist

Sarah Croke University of Glasgow

Roger Colbeck University of York
PIRSA:11080149 




EinsteinPlus 2011
2 talksCollection Number C11012Talk


From the biggest things to the Biggest Bang
Louis Leblond Pennsylvania State University


ISSYP 2010
4 talksCollection Number C10055Talk

ISSYP 2010  The Strange Quantum: What does it mean and how can we use it?
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Adventures in Superstrings
Robert Myers Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Lee Smolin on Quantum Gravity
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Life as a Physicist

Ross Diener Shopify

Charlotte de Vries University of Jyväskylä



Quantum to Cosmos Festival  2009
31 talksCollection Number C09011Talk

Quantum to Cosmos

Lawrence Krauss Arizona State University

Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

David Tong University of Cambridge

Anton Zeilinger Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI)  Vienna

Katherine Freese The University of Texas at Austin

Sean Carroll California Institute of Technology (Caltech)  Division of Physics Mathematics & Astronomy

Gino Segrè University of Pennsylvania

Andrew White University of Queensland
PIRSA:09100059 


Lecture Series presented by KPMG  Everyday Uses for Quantum Processors
David Cory Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)

9 Billion People + 1 Planet = ?

Andrew Revkin The New York Times

Vaclav Smil University of Manitoba
PIRSA:09100153 


Lecture Series presented by KPMG  The Origin of the Universe and the Arrow of Time
Sean Carroll California Institute of Technology (Caltech)  Division of Physics Mathematics & Astronomy

Lecture Series presented by KPMG  Does Reality Have a Genetic Basis?
S. James Gates Jr. University of Maryland, College Park
PIRSA:09100012 
Lecture Series presented by KPMG  The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Invent it Yourself!
Peter Diamandis X PRIZE Foundation
PIRSA:09100072


ISSYP 2009
16 talksCollection Number C09018Talk



Special Topic: Our World as a Hologram?

Richard Epp University of Waterloo

Sean Gryb University of Groningen




The Problems with Dynamical Quantum Spacetime.
Sean Gryb University of Groningen


Informal Chalk and Talk
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


EinsteinPlus 2009
3 talksCollection Number C09017Talk

Adventures with Superstrings
Robert Myers Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


Quantum Physics
Lucien Hardy Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


ISSYP Virtual
38 talksCollection Number C08028Talk

General Relativity 1  Introduction of a New Idea
Michael Burns Waterloo Collegiate Institute (WRDSB)
PIRSA:08080071 
General Relativity 2  Gravity is a Curvature
Michael Burns Waterloo Collegiate Institute (WRDSB)
PIRSA:08080072 

General Relativity 3  Who's Who in the Story of Black Holes
Michael Burns Waterloo Collegiate Institute (WRDSB)
PIRSA:08080073 
General Relativity 4  The Life Story of Stars
Michael Burns Waterloo Collegiate Institute (WRDSB)
PIRSA:08080074 
General Relativity 6  The Star Called a Black Hole
Michael Burns Waterloo Collegiate Institute (WRDSB)
PIRSA:06080034 
General Relativity 5  The Black Hole
Michael Burns Waterloo Collegiate Institute (WRDSB)
PIRSA:08080075 
Special Relativity 13  Artificial Gravity Provides Hints about Real Gravity
Richard Epp University of Waterloo
PIRSA:08070051


Black Hole Science Cafes
3 talksCollection Number C08026Talk

Our Quirky Quantum World

Richard Epp University of Waterloo

Raymond Laflamme Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)


The World as a Hologram?

Richard Epp University of Waterloo

Robert Myers Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:09020042 

P.I. Chats: Fasterthanlight neutrinos?

Richard Epp University of Waterloo

Laurent Freidel Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Natalia Toro Stanford University



ISSYP 2008
35 talksCollection Number C08016Talk








String Theory: Unity in Diversity
A.W. Peet University of Toronto


EinsteinPlus 2008
3 talksCollection Number C08013Talk

The Superstring Adventure
Robert Myers Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Quantum Mechanics for 10Year Olds
Daniel Gottesman University of Maryland, College Park

Quantum Gravity and the Quest for Unification
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


ISSYP 2007
6 talksCollection Number C07016Talk

Quantum Information and Entanglement  ISSYP Keynote Session
Jonathan Walgate University of Waterloo

The Quantum Information Age  ISSYP Keynote Session
Daniel Gottesman University of Maryland, College Park


Physics of the 20th Century: The Incomplete Revolution  ISSYP Keynote Session
Simone Speziale AixMarseille University

Large Extra Dimensions  ISSYP Keynote Session
Sabine Hossenfelder LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München (LMU)

The Strange Quantum: What does it mean and how can we use it? ISSYP Keynote Session
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


Einstein Plus 2007
4 talksCollection Number C07018Talk

Quantum Information, Entanglement and Nonlocality  EinsteinPlus Keynote Session
Jonathan Walgate University of Waterloo

The Quantum Information Age  EinsteinPlus Keynote Session
Daniel Gottesman University of Maryland, College Park


Resolving the Mystery of Dark Matter  EinsteinPlus Keynote Session
James Taylor University of Waterloo



EinsteinPlus 2011
2 talksCollection Number C11012International Workshop for High School Physics Teachers. 
ISSYP 2010
4 talksCollection Number C10055The ISSYP is an exciting and challenging twoweek program for Canadian and international high school students with a keen interest in theoretical physics and who intend to pursue a degree in physics at the university level. This summer school supercharges potential "Einsteins" with: Presentations by Perimeter Institute researchers on cutting edge theoretical physics – hot topics such as superstring theory, quantum computing and dark matter. Opportunities to work with leading international theoretical physicists in small group mentoring sessions. Lab tours and other activities with likeminded students from around the globe. Insights into their own potential as possible future researchers in theoretical physics. 

ISSYP 2009
16 talksCollection Number C09018 
EinsteinPlus 2009
3 talksCollection Number C09017 
ISSYP Virtual
38 talksCollection Number C08028Here is your opportunity to experience, online, select content from Perimeter Institute's highly successful twoweek International Summer School for Young Physicists (ISSYP). While we could reach up to 100 "young physicists" per year with our onsite ISSYP camps, our Virtual ISSYP opens up this fantastic learning experience for all to enjoy. The Virtual ISSYP is intended for students, teachers and anyone interested in learning more about the wonders of modern physics and the excitement of research and discovery at the frontiers of knowledge. 
Black Hole Science Cafes
3 talksCollection Number C08026The "Black Hole Science Cafes" are a rebirth of Perimeter Institute's highly successful "Black Hole Sessions," which provided an opportunity for members of the community interested in the exciting research happening at PI to engage in informal discussions with researchers and members of the PI Outreach Team. To learn about fascinating, cutting edge ideas about how our universe works  as revealed by theoretical physics  and ask questions of PI researchers. The Cafes will continue this tradition but will be made available to a worldwide audience through the PI website. The Cafes consist of a 20 minute introduction to a chosen topic by Dr. Richard Epp of the PI Outreach Team, followed by a 40 minute Question and Answer session, possibly featuring a PI researcher specializing in that topic. 
ISSYP 2008
35 talksCollection Number C08016International Summer School for Young Physicists is a national twoweek summer school designed to capture the scientific imagination of grade 11 students (secondaire V in Quebec) and nurture their passion for physics through an exploration of the fascinating mysteries of our universe. 
EinsteinPlus 2008
3 talksCollection Number C08013 
ISSYP 2007
6 talksCollection Number C07016International Summer School for Young Physicists is a national twoweek summer school designed to capture the scientific imagination of grade 11 students (secondaire V in Québec) and nurture their passion for physics through an exploration of the fascinating mysteries of our universe. 
Einstein Plus 2007
4 talksCollection Number C07018Modern physics is potentially the richest, most fascinating and thoughtprovoking part of a high school student's exposure to the wonders and mysteries of our universe. To help teachers achieve this potential, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics has designed an international teachers' workshop. The Einstein Plus program was created by physicists at Perimeter Institute in conjunction with local and regional professional educators.