Series Number S001
Source PIRSA

This series covers all areas of research at Perimeter Institute, as well as those outside of PI's scope.

Title Speaker(s) Date Series/Collection Type Institution Repository Info
Are we Living in the Matrix? David Tong 2021‑02‑03 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
The infinite symmetries of black holes and other celestial stories Laura Donnay 2021‑01‑27 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
On the firewall puzzle Beni Yoshida 2021‑01‑20 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Conformal embedding of random planar maps Nina Holden 2021‑01‑13 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
The Fully Constrained Formulation: local uniqueness and numerical accuracy Isabel Cordero Carrion 2020‑12‑16 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
A polarimetric view of black hole accretion flows and jets Monika Moscibrodzka 2020‑12‑09 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
The geometry of string compactifications Lara Anderson 2020‑12‑02 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Quantum simulators for nuclear and particle physics: progress, challenges, and future Zohreh Davoudi 2020‑11‑25 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Wave dark matter Lam Hui 2020‑11‑11 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Gravitational Laboratories for Nuclear Physics (in light of GWTC-2) Reed Essick 2020‑11‑04 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Measurement of quantum fields in curved spacetimes Chris Fewster 2020‑10‑28 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
A trapped ion quantum architecture Norbert Matthias Linke 2020‑10‑22 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Series Number S001
Source PIRSA

This series covers all areas of research at Perimeter Institute, as well as those outside of PI's scope.