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Exploring Earth and Space with Atomic Clocks 22 August 2016 02:00 PM 339 Davey Lab Ruxandra Bondarescu, University of Zurich
FTheory: Quasilocal Mass and Isometric Embeddings 29 April 2016 01:30 PM 201 Osmond Lab Mu-Tao Wang, Columbia University
FTheory: Quantum Reduced Loop Gravity: Applications and Perspectives 22 April 2016 01:30 PM 320 Whitmore Lab Emanuele Alesci, SISSA
FTheory: Quasi-Local Charges for Energy, Angular Momentum and Centre of Mass and Possible Applications in LQG 15 April 2016 01:30 PM 201 Osmond Lab Wolfgang Wieland, Perimeter Institute
FTheory: Towards the Unification of Asymptotically Safe Quantum Gravity and the Standard Model of Particle Physics 08 April 2016 01:30 PM 201 Osmond Lab Astrid Eichhorn, Imperial College
FTheory: Twisted Self-Duality and SO(2) Electric-Magnetic Duality for Gravity and Higher Spin Gauge Fields 25 March 2016 01:30 PM 201 Osmond Lab Marc Henneaux, University of Brussels
CFT Research Jamboree 05 February 2016 01:30 PM 201 Osmond Lab CFT Faculty, Post Docs and Graduate Students
CFT Research Jamboree 29 January 2016 01:30 PM 320 Whitmore Lab CFT Faculty, Post Docs and Graduate Students
FTheory: Planning CMBs Stage 4 15 January 2016 01:30 PM 320 Whitmore Lab Sarah Shandera, Penn State
Does the Einstein Equation Follow from A Maximum Entropy Principle for Vacuum Entanglement 16 October 2015 11:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Ted Jacobson, University of Maryland
FTheory: Unitarily and Ultraviolet Regularity in Cosmology 18 September 2015 01:15 PM 339 Davey Lab Abhay Ashtekar, Penn State
FTheory: Squeezed Spin Network States 11 September 2015 01:15 PM 339 Davey Lab Nelson Yokomizo, Penn State
FTheory: Vacuum Polarization of Subtracted Black Holes 04 September 2015 01:15 PM 339 Davey Lab Alejandro Satz, Penn State
FTheory: On Whether Supermassive Black Holes can be Explained by Primordial Black Holes 17 April 2015 11:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Tomohiro Nakama, RESCEU, University of Tokyo
FTheory: New Action for Simplicial Gravity: Curvature and Relation to Regge Calculus 06 March 2015 11:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Wolfgang Wieland, Penn State
FTheory: Pre-Inflationary Dynamics of Loop Quantum Cosmology: Interplay between Theory and Observations 20 February 2015 11:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Abhay Ashtekar, Penn State
FTheory: Alternative Representations for Quantum Gravity 13 February 2015 11:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Marc Geiller, Penn State
FTheory: Entanglement and Correlations in Loop Quantum Gravity 30 January 2015 10:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Eugenio Bianchi, Penn State
FTheory: Horizon Entropy, Entanglement and Noether Charge 16 January 2015 11:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Alejandro Satz, University of Pennsylvania
FTheory/Cosmology: How Anomalous are Cosmic Microwave Background Anomalies? 12 December 2014 10:00 AM 320 Whitmore Lab Arthur Kosowsky, University of Pittsburgh