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.

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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
Quantum Cellular Automata, Tensor Networks, and Area Laws Ignacio Cirac 2020‑11‑17 Tensor Networks: from Simulations to Holography III Conference View details
Ancilla qubit wavefunctions for the pseudogap metal phase of the cuprates Subir Sachdev 2020‑11‑16 Tensor Networks: from Simulations to Holography III Conference View details
Tensor network models of AdS/qCFT Jens Eisert 2020‑11‑16 Tensor Networks: from Simulations to Holography III Conference View details
Origin of strong and/or quantized optical properties of topological semimetals Joel Moore 2020‑11‑16 Quantum Matter Frontier Seminars Scientific Series View details
Tensor networks for critical systems Frank Verstraete 2020‑11‑16 Tensor Networks: from Simulations to Holography III Conference View details
Tensor networks for LGT: beyond 1D Mari-Carmen Banuls 2020‑11‑16 Tensor Networks: from Simulations to Holography III Conference View details
Causal-Inferential theories: Realism revisited David Schmid 2020‑11‑13 Quantum Foundations Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 17 Daniel Siegel 2020‑11‑12 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details
Disappearing stars without a trace: what is their maximum angular momentum? Ariadna Murguia Berthier 2020‑11‑12 Strong Gravity Scientific Series View details
Hamiltonian simulation meets holographic duality Toby Cubitt 2020‑11‑11 Perimeter Institute Quantum Discussions Scientific Series View details
Wave dark matter Lam Hui 2020‑11‑11 Colloquium Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 16 Daniel Siegel 2020‑11‑10 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details
Inside the Hologram: The bulk observer's experience Lampros Lamprou 2020‑11‑10 Quantum Fields and Strings Scientific Series View details
Analytic calculation of the power spectrum covariance: speedup by four orders of magnitude Digvijay Wadekar 2020‑11‑10 Cosmology and Gravitation Scientific Series View details
Mixed-state entanglement as a diagnostic for quasiparticles and finite-T topological order Tarun Grover 2020‑11‑09 Quantum Matter Frontier Seminars Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 15 Daniel Siegel 2020‑11‑05 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details
Symmetries at Null Boundaries Celine Zwikel 2020‑11‑05 Quantum Gravity Scientific Series View details
Homological mirror symmetry for the universal centralizers Xin Jin 2020‑11‑05 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series View details
GW190521 may be an intermediate mass ratio inspiral Alexander Nitz, Collin Capano 2020‑11‑05 Strong Gravity Scientific Series View details
A physicist's adventures in virology Catherine Beauchemin 2020‑11‑04 Perimeter Public Lectures Public Lectures View details