Theory Group Seminars
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- 30 May Maria Luisa Chiofalo "TBA"
- 23 May Matteo Giordano "Localisation, chiral symmetry and confinement in QCD and related theories"
- 16 May Stefano Liberati "From Analogue to Emergent gravity: lessons and pitfalls"
- 14 May Francesco Pederiva "First Steps Towards Practical Quantum Computing for Realistic Nuclear Hamiltonians"
- 09 May Jarah Evslin, "Towards Explicit States in a Sigma Model"
- 15 Apr Boris Ermolaev "Gamma-gamma scattering and non-BFKL contribution to Pomeron"
- 12 Apr Roy Pratim, "Exploring quantum complexity in holographic systems"
- 11 Apr Xavier Roca Maza "Spin-isospin resonances with the new functionals: SAMi, SAMi-ISB and SAMi-T"
- 08 Apr Renate Loll, "Quantum Gravity from Causal Dynamical Triangulations"
- 04 Apr Francesco Giulio Ginelli "Active Matter and the Physics of Collective Motion"