The goal of Theoretical Elementary Particle (TEP) physics seminars is to attain a fundamental description of the laws of physics, the constituents of matter and their interactions.
The Southern California Strings Seminar (SCSS) is where we gather and discuss new ideas and developments, both general and specialized, in the field.
The goal of this Seminar series is to learn about exciting new ideas from scientists in the department through short talks and discussions.
The goal of this seminar is to learn about exciting new ideas from up-and-coming scientists in the department and from around the world.
Seminars are held in the UCLA Physics & Astronomy Building (PAB) 4-740 Schwinger Lounge, Tuesdays 4-5pm unless otherwise noted.
Tuesday, September 20th: Justin Vines (UCLA)
"Compact Objects in Gravitational Fields"
Tuesday, September 27th: Colin Sterckx (ULB)
From ExFT to non-supersymmetric conformal manifolds.
Tuesday, October 4th: Raghu Mahajan (Stanford)
"ZZ instanton amplitudes in minimal string theory at one-loop order"
Tuesday, October 11th: Alexander Bar (TUM & UNAM)
"Eclectic Flavor Symmetries: Emergence, Breakdown and Phenomenology"
Tuesday, October 18th: Shruti Paranjape (UC Davis)
"Non-Planar Geometries from Tree-level SYM"
Tuesday, October 25th: Andreas Helset (Caltech) Cancelled
Tuesday, November 1st: Alexander Maloney (McGill)
"The Uses and Abuses of Wormholes"
Tuesday, November 8th: Monica Kang (Caltech)
"What can we learn from SCFTs with a=c?"
Tuesday, November 15th: Chia-Hsien Shen (UCSD)
"The Facts and Fantasies of Angular Momentum"
Tuesday, November 29th: Ibrahima Bah (John Hopkins)
"Non-invertible symmetry, holography, and branes"
Tuesday, December 6th: Sangmin Choi (Ecole Polytechnique)
"Holography from Singular Supertranslations on a Black Hole Horizon"
Tuesday, January 24th: Andreas Helset (Caltech)
"Black hole scattering to all orders in spin"
*** Special Seminar*** - Tuesday, January 27th: Nikolay Bobev (KU Leuven)
"Large N Partition Functions, Holography, and Black Holes"
Tuesday, January 31st: Daniel Green (UCSD)
"EFT for de Sitter Space"
TEP Lunch Seminars
Bhaumik Luncheon Seminars
The Mani L. Bhaumik Institute of Theoretical Physics is pleased to present the Bhaumik Luncheon Seminar series. The goal of this Seminar series is to learn about exciting new ideas from scientists in the department through short talks and discussions. The Seminar is usually held once per academic quarter. Come, participate, and enjoy a light lunch.
Upcoming Bhaumik Luncheon Seminars:
Bhaumik Luncheon Young Scientists Seminar (BLYSS)
Our new seminar series, the Bhaumik Luncheon Young Scientists Seminar (BLYSS) launched in Fall of 2017. The goal of this seminar is to learn about exciting new ideas from up-and-coming scientists in the department and from around the world.
Southern California Strings Seminar
The Southern California Strings Seminar returns to UCLA. We gather and discuss new ideas and developments, both general and specialized, in the field.