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Collection Number S030

Machine Learning Initiative
23 talksCollection Number S029Talk



Computational Approaches to ManyElectron Problems
XiaoBo Li Flatiron Institute

Learning the sign structures of quantum systems: is it hard or trivial?
Tom Westerhout Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen


Entanglement features of random neural network quantum states
Xiaoqi Sun University of Illinois System




Tensor Network
24 talksCollection Number S028Talk

Zetaregularized vacuum expectation values
Tobias Hartung The Deutsches ElektronenSynchrotron (DESY)





Towards building a Lorentzian spacetime tensor network
LingYan Hung Tsinghua University

TBA
Antoine Tilloy Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics  Albert Einstein Institute (AEI)

Emergent Hyperbolic Network Geometry and Dynamics
Ginestra Bianconi Queen Mary  University of London (QMUL)


Mathematical Physics
186 talksCollection Number S026Talk


What factorization algebras are (not) good for
Owen Gwilliam University of Massachusetts Amherst

On 2Categories and 3d Amodels
Ahsan Khan Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)

Moduli space of cactus flowers
Joel Kamnitzer University of Toronto


Dualizability in higher Morita categories
Eilind Karlsson Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Abdus Salam and ICTP
Baskaran Ganapathy The Institute of Mathematical Sciences  Chennai

Holomorphic Floer Theory and the Fueter Equation
Semon Rezchikov Harvard University


Particle Group Meeting
2 talksCollection Number S023Talk

Illuminating the 130 GeV Gamma Line with Continuum Photons
Miriangela Lisanti Princeton University



Condensed Matter
389 talksCollection Number S021Talk

Discrete shift and quantized charge polarization: New invariants in crystalline topological states
Naren Manjunath University of Maryland, College Park


Topology of the Fermi sea: ordinary metals as topological materials
Pok Man Tam University of Pennsylvania

Average SymmetryProtected Topological Phases: Construction and Detection
Jianhao Zhang Pennsylvania State University

Equivariant Higher Berry classes and chiral states
Nikita Sopenko California Institute of Technology (Caltech)


Exactly solvable model for a deconfined quantum critical point in 1D
Carolyn Zhang University of Chicago

Phase diagram of the honeycomb Floquet code
DinhDuy Tran Vu University of Maryland, College Park


Strong Gravity
262 talksCollection Number S020Talk

Beyond the linear tide: impact of the nonlinear tidal response of neutron stars on gravitational waveforms from binary inspirals
Hang Yu California Institute of Technology (Caltech)  Division of Physics Mathematics & Astronomy

Spin Signatures in VLBI Images of Supermassive Black Hole Accretion Flows
Daniel Palumbo Smithsonian Astronomical Observatory

On dissipation in relativistic fluid theories
Alex Pandya Princeton University

Gravitational wave probes of extreme gravity: from black holes to cosmology
Banafshe Shiralilou University of Amsterdam




The Future of Numerical Relativity: Gravitational Memory, BMS Frames, and More
Keefe Mitman California Institute of Technology (Caltech)


Cosmology Talks
5 talksCollection Number S013Talk

Towards Matter Inflation in Heterotic String Theory
Sebastian Halter Max Planck Institute for Physics, Munich (WernerHeisenbergInstitut)


The Eddington Limit in Cosmic Rays
Aristotle Socrates Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)

Resonant Tunneling in Superfluid Helium3
Dan Wohns Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics



Particle Physics
428 talksCollection Number S012Talk

Observing subnanohertz gravitational waves with pulsar parameter drift
William DeRocco University of California System

Bridging gaps in the spectrum of GWs: new opportunities for fundamental physics.
Diego Blas Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona


Hunting for Light DM with Quantum Sensors
Clara Murgui California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

Geometry in Scattering Amplitudes
Andreas Helset California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

The Irreducible Axion Background
Nadav Outmezguine University of California System

Shapes of nonGaussianity in warm inflation
Mehrdad Mirbabayi Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)



International Loop Quantum Gravity Seminar
Collection Number S010 
Strings Group Meeting
5 talksCollection Number S008Talk

Geometric algebra techniques in flux compactifications
Calin Lazaroiu National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering

Hot spacetime for cold atoms
Allan Adams Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  Department of Physics

Introduction to AdS/CFT with Flavour
Rene Meyer MaxPlanck Gesellschaft

Abelian fibrations, string junctions and Flux/Geometry duality
Peng Gao ExodusPoint Capital

Nearintegrability of 2+1dimensional YangMills theories
Peter Orland City University of New York (CUNY)  Department of Physics


Quantum Information
48 talksCollection Number S007Talk


Quantum key expansion based on entanglementassisted quantum LDPC codes
Todd Brun University of Southern California



Application of conditional independence to gapped quantum manybody systems
Isaac Kim University of California System

Quantum onetime programs
Gus Gutowski Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)


Quantification and Evolution of Quantum Correlations
Asma AlQasimi University of Rochester


Quantum Matter Frontier Seminars
Collection Number S030These seminars span a broad crosssection of cuttingedge quantum matter research, ranging from highly interacting gapless phases of matter to quantum dynamics. The speakers are all either established or rising leaders in their respective fields. 
Machine Learning Initiative
23 talksCollection Number S029The adoption of machine learning (ML], into theoretical physics comes on the heels of an explosion of industry progress that started in 2012. Since that time, computer scientists have demonstrated that learning algorithms  those designed to respond and adapt to new data  provide an exceptionally powerful platform for tackling many difficult tasks in image recognition, natural language comprehension, game play and more. This new breed of ML algorithm has now conquered benchmarks previously thought to be decades away due to their high mathematical complexity. In the last several years, researchers at Perimeter have begun to examine machine learning algorithms for application to a new set of problems, including condensed matter, quantum information, numerical relativity, quantum gravity and astrophysics. 
Tensor Network
24 talksCollection Number S028This series consists of occasional seminars on Tensor Networks, ranging from algorithms to their application in condensed matter, quantum gravity, or high energy physics. Each seminar starts with a gentle introduction to the subject under discussion. Everyone is strongly encouraged to participate with questions and comments. 
Mathematical Physics
186 talksCollection Number S026This series consists of talks in the area of Mathematical Physics. 
Particle Group Meeting
2 talksCollection Number S023This series consists of talks in the area of Condensed Matter. 
Condensed Matter
389 talksCollection Number S021This series consists of talks in the area of Condensed Matter. 
Strong Gravity
262 talksCollection Number S020This series consists of talks in the area of Quantum Gravity. 
Cosmology Talks
5 talksCollection Number S013This series consists of discussions in the areas of Cosmology and Particle Physics. 
Particle Physics
428 talksCollection Number S012This series consists of talks in the areas of Particle Physics, High Energy Physics & Quantum Field Theory. 
International Loop Quantum Gravity Seminar
Collection Number S010The International Loop Quantum Gravity Seminar series is held via teleconference among the main international research groups in loop quantum gravity. Slides are distributed in advance of the discussion and audio is posted after the seminar on the ILQG website. 
Strings Group Meeting
5 talksCollection Number S008These talks are informal discussion in the area of Superstring Theory. Formal talks are part of the Strings Seminar series above 
Quantum Information
48 talksCollection Number S007This series consists of talks in the area of Quantum Information Theory.