Past Events

2024

Special Kadanoff Lunch Seminar: Hierarchy construction for fractional quantum hall states via condensable algebras. - Carolyn Zhang, Harvard

12:00 pm MCP 3rd Floor Atrium

Hierarchy construction for fractional quantum hall states via condensable algebras.

May 21

EFI Colloquium - Triggering on New Physics at the CMS Experiment, Isobel Ojalvo, Princeton

3:30 pm

Triggering on New Physics at the CMS Experiment
Isobel Ojalvo, Princeton

May 20

Kadanoff Seminar: Generalized Higher Landau Levels: Quantized Integrated Trace Formula and Implication for non-Abelian States. - Jie Wang, Harvard University

1:30 pm MCP 201

Generalized Higher Landau Levels: Quantized Integrated Trace Formula and Implication for non-Abelian States.

May 20
May 15

EFI Colloquium - Swamplandish Predictions for Our Universe - Cumrun Vafa, Harvard

3:30 pm MCP 201

Swamplandish Predictions for our Universe
Cumrun Vafa, Harvard

May 13

Kadanoff Seminar: On the Stability of the Chern Number for 2D Fermionic Topological Phases. - Nikita Sopenko, IAS

1:30 pm MCP 201

On the Stability of the Chern Number for 2D Fermionic Topological Phases.

May 13

Compton Lecture - How Astrophysicists See the Universe

11:00 am–12:00 pm KPTC Room 106

This is a lecture series about the different telescopes astrophysicists use and how they are used to learn about the universe.

It is free and open to the public.

May 11

EFI Colloquium - Emergence in trillion-degree matter and other high-density systems, Austin A. Baty, UIC

3:30–4:45 pm MCP 201

Emergence in trillion-degree matter and other high-density systems
Austin A. Baty, UIC

May 6