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
Strategies for solving the Fermi-Hubbard model on near-term quantum computers Ashley Montanaro 2020‑11‑04 Perimeter Institute Quantum Discussions Scientific Series View details
Gravitational Laboratories for Nuclear Physics (in light of GWTC-2) Reed Essick 2020‑11‑04 Colloquium Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 14 Daniel Siegel 2020‑11‑03 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details
The Connected Universe: Relating Early, Intermediate and Late Universe with cosmological data Vivian Miranda 2020‑11‑03 Cosmology and Gravitation Scientific Series View details
New physics in flat Moire bands Erez Berg 2020‑11‑02 Quantum Matter Frontier Seminars Scientific Series View details
Contextuality-by-default for behaviours in compatibility scenarios Alisson Cordeiro Alves Tezzin 2020‑10‑30 Quantum Foundations Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 13 Daniel Siegel 2020‑10‑29 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details
A note on dual gravitational charges Roberto Olivieri 2020‑10‑29 Quantum Gravity Scientific Series View details
Borcherds algebras and 2d string theory Sarah Harrison 2020‑10‑29 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series View details
Moving Closer to a Detection of nHz-frequency Gravitational Waves with NANOGrav Scott Ransom 2020‑10‑29 Strong Gravity Scientific Series View details
Nilpotent Slodowy slices and W-algebras Anne Moreau 2020‑10‑29 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series View details
Measurement of quantum fields in curved spacetimes Chris Fewster 2020‑10‑28 Colloquium Scientific Series View details
On random circuits and their uses in compilation Earl Campbell 2020‑10‑28 Perimeter Institute Quantum Discussions Scientific Series View details
Beyond BCS: An Exact Model for Superconductivity and Mottness Philip Phillips 2020‑10‑27 Quantum Matter Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 12 Daniel Siegel 2020‑10‑27 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details
Asymptotic symmetries and celestial CFT Laura Donnay 2020‑10‑27 Quantum Fields and Strings Scientific Series View details
Axion-like Relics: New Constraints from Old Comagnetometer Data Itay Bloch 2020‑10‑27 Particle Physics Scientific Series View details
GW190521 - Discovery of Black Holes that Should Not Exist Karan Jani 2020‑10‑27 Cosmology and Gravitation Scientific Series View details
Non-equilibrium quantum matter through the prism of quantum entanglement Dmitry Abanin 2020‑10‑26 Quantum Matter Frontier Seminars Scientific Series View details
Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics - Lecture 11 Daniel Siegel 2020‑10‑22 Special Topics in Astrophysics - Numerical Hydrodynamics Course View details