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
Timeless formulation of Wigner’s friend scenarios Časlav Brukner 2019‑12‑11 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Simulating Galaxy Formation: Illustris, IllustrisTNG and beyond Mark Vogelsberger 2019‑12‑04 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
A computationally universal phase of quantum matter Robert Raussendorf 2019‑11‑27 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Ideal tetrahedra and their duals Catherine Meusburger 2019‑11‑20 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
A multivariable approach to renormalisation: Meromorphic germs with linear poles and the geometry of cones Sylvie Paycha 2019‑11‑13 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
What is the landscape of natural language? Insights from a random language model Eric De Giuli 2019‑11‑06 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
NMR simulation of topological phases Ling-Yan Hung 2019‑10‑30 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Black Hole Entropy from Soft Hair Malcolm Perry 2019‑10‑17 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Symmetries, Duality, and the Unity of Physics Nathan Seiberg 2019‑10‑16 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Higher spin symmetry in gravity and string Wei Li 2019‑10‑09 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Looking for hypermassive neutron stars Cecilia Chirenti 2019‑10‑02 Colloquium Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
String Theory Landscape and the Swampland Cumrun Vafa 2019‑09‑25 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.