Repository Name Perimeter Institute Recorded Seminar Archive
Institution Short Name Perimeter Institute
Institution Name Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

PIRSA is a permanent, free, searchable, and citable archive of recorded seminars from relevant bodies in physics. Every seminar, seminar series, and collection of seminars is given a unique number, the PIRSA#, which allows each specific seminar to be referenced. Since 2002 Perimeter Institute has been recording seminars, conference talks, and public outreach events such as talks from top scientists.

About Perimeter Institute

Perimeter Institute is a leading centre for scientific research, training and educational outreach in foundational theoretical physics. Founded in 1999 in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, its mission is to advance our understanding of the universe at the most fundamental level, stimulating the breakthroughs that could transform our future. Perimeter also trains the next generation of physicists through innovative programs, and shares the excitement and wonder of science with students, teachers and the general public.

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Talks from PIRSA

Title Speaker(s) Date Series/Collection Type Info
Searching for New Physics at Muon Colliders Cari Cesarotti 2021‑07‑06 Particle Physics Scientific Series View details
Probing the scale of grand unification with gravitational waves Valerie Domcke 2021‑06‑22 Particle Physics Scientific Series View details
Good-Bye and Closing Remarks Alexander Smith, Flaminia Giacomini 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Interaction and Evolution in Classical and Quantum Physics, and Indefinite Causal Structure Erik Curiel 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Hierarchy of Theories with Indefinite Causal Structures: A Second Look at the Causaloid Framework Nitica Sakharwade 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Time Symmetry in Decoherence and Stable Facts Anirban Ganguly 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Arrows of time and locally mediated toy-models of entanglement Nathan Argaman 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Representing time and time's arrow Bryan Roberts 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
An experiment to detect the Discreteness of time Marios Christodoulou 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
What does the Path Integral imply for Quantizing Time? Kenneth Wharton 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Times of arrival and gauge invariance Siddhant Das 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details
Inequivalent clocks in quantum cosmology Steffen Gielen 2021‑06‑18 Quantizing Time Conference View details