Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of theoretical physics at Stanford University. Regarded as one of the fathers of string theory, Professor Susskind has also made seminal contributions to particle physics, black hole theory, and cosmology. His current research centres upon questions in theoretical particle physics, gravitational physics and quantum cosmology. Dr. Susskind has been an Associate Member of PI. He has also taken part in two PI Public Lectures, The Black Hole Wars and The Physics of Information.
Past PI Talks:
• “Beyond the Standard (cosmological ) Model”: http://pirsa.org/09090030/
• “Negative Curvature”: http://pirsa.org/07060077/
• “Fast Scrambling”: http://pirsa.org/08030070/
• “The Physics of Information: From Entanglement to Black Holes” (PI Public Lecture) http://pirsa.org/07120048/
• “Black Holes and Holography Minicourse”: http://pirsa.org/C07003
• All of Prof. Susskind’s past PI talks may be viewed here.
Talks by Leonard Susskind

Aspects of de Sitter Holography
Leonard Susskind Stanford University






Beyond the Standard (cosmological ) Model
Leonard Susskind Stanford University


Negative Curvature
Leonard Susskind Stanford University



The Physics of Information: From Entanglement to Black Holes

Bob McDonald CBC Radio  Quirks and Quarks

Chris Fuchs University of Massachusetts Boston

Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Anthony Leggett University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign

Seth Lloyd Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  Center for Extreme Quantum Information Theory (xQIT)
