University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

High Energy Theory Lunchtime Seminar

Fall Semester

Thursday, September 9th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: TBA
Thursday, September 16th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: TBA
Thursday, September 23rd 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: Dmitry Melnikov (Tel Aviv U.)
Subject: Lattices of baryons at large N
Thursday, September 30th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: TBA
Thursday, October 7th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: Petr Horava (UC-Berkeley)
Subject: General Covariance in Gravity at a Lifshitz Point
Thursday, October 14th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: TBA
Thursday, October 21st 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: Anatoly Dymarsky (IAS, Princeton)
Subject: Holographic model of baron potential
Thursday, October 28th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: David Morrissey (TRIUMF)
Subject: Hylogenesis: A Unified Origin for Baryonic Visible Matter and Antibaryonic Dark Matter
Thursday, November 4th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: Hooman Davoudiasl (BNL)
Subject: The Little Radion at Hadron Colliders
Thursday, November 11th 2010
12:15 pm:
No seminar today! Rescheduled to Friday, Nov 12th
Friday, November 12th 2010
2:00 pm:
Speaker: Grigory Vartanov (Max-Planck Institute, Albert-Einstein Institute)
Subject: Recent results on superconformal indices
Note special date & time!
Monday, November 15th 2010
2:00 pm:
Speaker: Alexander Heger, Joseph Kapusta and Yong Qian (University of Minnesota)
Subject: Implications of the Observation of a 2 Solar Mass Neutron Star
Thursday, November 18th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: Roshan Foadi (Michigan State U.)
Subject: Making sense of negative norm states
Thursday, November 25th 2010
12:15 pm:
There will be no seminar this week. The University is closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday
Thursday, December 2nd 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: TBA
Thursday, December 9th 2010
12:15 pm:
Speaker: Carlos Hoyos (University of Washington)
Subject: A holographic fractional topological insulator
Thursday, December 16th 2010
12:15 pm:
There will be no seminar this week. Finals begin.
Thursday, December 23rd 2010
12:15 pm:
No seminar. Winter break.

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