Fall 2020 

Mondays 4:00 PM - VIRTUAL

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

10/19/2020 Yasaman Bahri Google Brain

"Building a Science of Modern Deep Learning:  Lessons from Overparameterized Networks"

10/26/2020

**NOON**

Leon Koopmans Kapteyn Astromical Pober "Time-delay Cosmography: Tensions Between Measurements of the Hubble Constant from the Early and Later Universe”
11/2/2020 Rachel Rosen Columbia University

"Causality Constraints and the Curious Case of de Sitter"

 

11/09/2020 Dmitri Denisov Brookhaven National Lab "Top Quark - Past, Present and future"
11/16/2020 Eun-Ah Kim Cornell University "Harnessing Data Revolution in Quantum Matter"

11/23/2020

**NOON**

Alain Blondel University of Geneva "The many opportunities and challenges of the FCC"
11/30/2020 Julien de Wit Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Exploring New Worlds: An Odyssey to Humanity 2.0"
       


Spring 2021 

Mondays at 4:00 - VIRTUAL

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

01/25/2021

**NOON**

Radu Coldea Oxford University "Experimental Exploration of Topological Magnons in a Honeycomb Magnet"

02/01/2020

**NOON**

Jeff Murugan University of Cape Town "Scrambling and Chaos in Quantum Networks"
02/08/2021 Steve Simon Oxford University "Topologically Ordered Matter and Why You Should be Interested"

02/22/2021

Konstantin Batygin California Institute of Technology "Update on Planet 9/Formation of Giant Planet Satellites"


 

03/01/2021

**NOON**

Nynke Dekker Kavli Institute of Nanoscience

"Adventures in DNA and RNA Replication Using Single-Molecule Biophysics"

03/08/2021 Carol Scarlett
Florida A&M University

"Axionic Dark Matter – New Search Techniques"

 

03/22/2021 Philip Kim Harvard University "Stacking Van der Waals Atomic Layers:  Quest for New Quantum Materials"
03/29/2021 Avery Broderick University of Waterloo "Unmasking black holes with the Event Horizon Telescope"
04/05/2021 Michael Manfra Purdue University "Direct Observation of Anyonic Braiding Statistics"

05/04/2021

*SPECIAL DATE*

*TUESDAY*

*NOON*

Dr. Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski Princeton Center for Theoretical Science "Building Celestial Holography"