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5 talksCollection Number C12032
Talk

What is the Universe Made Of? The Case for Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Cliff Burgess McMaster University

String Theory and Holography
Pedro Vieira Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:12070006 
From the Higgs to the Heavens: Physics of the Large Hadron Collider
Natalia Toro Stanford University

Life as a Physicist

Natalia Toro Stanford University

Philip Schuster Stanford University
PIRSA:12070008 


Meet a Scientist
29 talksCollection Number C12044Talk

Meet a Scientist  Prof. Edward Witten
Edward Witten Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)  School of Natural Sciences (SNS)

Meet a Scientist  Paul Steinhardt
PIRSA:09100204 
Meet a Scientist  Anton Zeilinger
Anton Zeilinger Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI)  Vienna

Meet a Scientist  Prof. Edward (Rocky) Kolb
Edward Kolb University of Chicago

Meet a Scientist  Sir Roger Penrose
Roger Penrose University of Oxford

Meet a Scientist  Prof. Frank Wilczek
Frank Wilczek Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  Center for Theoretical Physics

Meet a Scientist  Sir Anthony Leggett
Anthony Leggett University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign

Meet a Scientist  Gerard Milburn
Gerard Milburn University of Queensland


Perimeter Inspirations
Collection Number C12023 
Perimeter Explorations
Collection Number C12022 
Alice and Bob in Wonderland
9 talksCollection Number C12021Talk

Alice and Bob in Wonderland: Can we travel through time?
PIRSA:12030126 
Alice and Bob in Wonderland: Why doesn't the moon fall down?
PIRSA:12030124 

Alice and Bob in Wonderland: How can atoms exist?
PIRSA:12030129 
Alice and Bob in Wonderland: Why is it dark at night?
PIRSA:12030130 
Alice and Bob in Wonderland: Is that star really there?
PIRSA:12030125 
Alice and Bob in Wonderland: Where does energy come from?
PIRSA:12030128 
Alice and Bob in Wonderland: How does a flashlight work?
PIRSA:12030127


Conceptual Gems of Theoretical Physics
6 talksCollection Number C11037Talk

The applications of symmetry in physics
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:11100102 
The Intersection of the Arts and Science
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:11100103 
The Pure and Reversible Pictures of Quantum Mechanics
Giulio Chiribella The University of Hong Kong (HKU)



Mesoscopic Manifold
PIRSA:11100108


ISSYP 2011
6 talksCollection Number C11033Talk

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


EinsteinPlus 2010
1 talkCollection Number C10054Talk

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



ISSYP 2010
Collection Number C10056 
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







Conceptual Gems of Theoretical Physics
6 talksCollection Number C11037This workshop introduced artists to some of the most fruitful concepts in modern theoretical physics, with an emphasis on concepts that are infrequently discussed in public discussions of physics. The goal of this workshop was to provide an intimate conceptual experience of modern physics that would enable the artists to build these ideas into original artworks. The day was structured to create an intensely collaborative and creative atmosphere. 

EinsteinPlus 2011
2 talksCollection Number C11012International Workshop for High School Physics Teachers. 
EinsteinPlus 2010
1 talkCollection Number C10054EinsteinPlus workshop is a oneweek, intensive residential workshop for Canadian and international high school teachers that focuses on key areas of modern physics — including quantum physics, special and general relativity, and cosmology. The workshop incorporates sessions on: Innovative teaching strategies suitable for all areas of physics Inclass learning resources on modern physics Techniques for sharing the information and materials obtained at Einstein Plus with your colleagues at home for the benefit of additional educators and their students EinsteinPlus also provides unique opportunities to learn some of the latest developments in theoretical physics from researchers at the forefront of their fields, enjoy lab tours and take part in social events with likeminded teachers from around the globe. 
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 2010
Collection Number C10056 