Theoretical Physics Colloquium @ ASU

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Arizona State University

Audience: Researchers in the discipline
Seminar series time: Wednesday 16:00-17:00 in your time zone, UTC
Organizer: Igor Shovkovy*
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Theoretical Physics Colloquium hosted by Prof. Igor Shovkovy at the Arizona State University.

Use the following registration link.

After registering, instructions for joining the colloquium will be sent to you by email.

For more details, see also schedule

Recorded colloquia can be viewed on the Youtube channel.

Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
WedAug 1116:00Dimitrios PsaltisTests of general relativity with black hole shadows
WedAug 1816:00Matteo BuzzegoliAnomalous spin-rotation coupling at finite temperature
WedAug 2516:00Martin J. SavageTBA
WedSep 0116:00Dean LeeNuclear lattice simulations
WedSep 0816:00Edward ShuryakSemiclassical theory of QCD phase transitions
WedSep 1516:00Jan M. PawlowskiTBA
WedSep 2216:00Maria A. H. VozmedianoTBA
WedSep 2916:00Eduard GorbarTBA
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WedAug 0416:00Scott PrattExtracting the diffusivity and charge susceptibilities of the QGP from experiment
WedJul 2816:00Oleg TeryaevQCD, gravity and inertia
WedJul 2116:00Kostya TrachenkoNew understanding of liquid thermodynamics, viscosity and its lower bounds
WedJul 0716:00Yacine Mehtar-TaniWave turbulence and anomalous diffusion of jets in the QGP
WedJun 3016:00Carolyn RaithelProbing the dense matter equation of state with neutron star mergers
WedJun 2316:00Ramona VogtHeavy flavor kinematic correlations in cold (and hot) nuclear matter
WedJun 1616:00Francesco BecattiniNew developments of spin physics in relativistic heavy ion collisions
WedJun 0916:00Anna L. WattsA NICER view of neutron stars
WedJun 0216:00Dmitri KharzeevChiral magnetic effect: from quarks to quantum computers
WedMay 2616:00Ulrich HeinzHydrodynamics for heavy-ion collisions – status and recent developments
WedMay 1916:00Joseph KapustaA primer on Tsallis statistics for nuclear and particle physics
WedMay 1216:00Radoslaw RyblewskiDoes the spin “flow” in relativistic heavy-ion collisions?
WedMay 0516:00Michael StricklandBottomonium suppression in the QGP – From EFTs to non-unitary quantum evolution
WedApr 2816:00Kirill TuchinElectrodynamics of hot nuclear matter and other chiral media
WedApr 2116:00Jorge NoronhaDeconstructing relativistic fluid dynamics
WedApr 1416:00Maulik ParikhThe noise of gravitons
WedApr 0716:00Keith OliveBig Bang Nucleosynthesis: Post Planck
WedMar 3116:00Chun ShenMulti-messenger heavy-ion physics
WedMar 2416:00Jinfeng LiaoRelativistic nuclear collisions: factory for exotic quantum matter
WedMar 1716:00Urs Achim WiedemannFlow and jet quenching in small systems
WedMar 1016:00Ho-Ung YeeSpin, vortices, anomaly and hydrodynamics
WedMar 0316:00Andrei BeloborodovMagnetars
WedFeb 2416:00Gordon BaymThe evolution of primordial neutrino helicities under gravitational and magnetic fields and implications for their detection
WedFeb 1716:00Mithat UnsalSemi-Abelian gauge theories, non-invertible symmetries, and string tensions beyond N-ality
WedFeb 1016:00Nora BrambillaNonrelativistic multiscale systems with effective quantum field theories
WedFeb 0316:00Mikhail ShaposhnikovEinstein-Cartan gravity: inflation, dark matter and electroweak symmetry breaking
WedJan 2716:00Lucia OlivaThe impact of electromagnetic and vortical fields in relativistic nuclear collisions
WedJan 2016:00Elena BratkovskayaExploring the QGP at finite baryon chemical potential in and out of equilibrium
WedJan 1316:00Zohreh DavoudiAtoms and ions as quantum simulators of quarks, gluons, and nuclei?
WedDec 0916:00Yong-Liang MaTopology change, emergent symmetry and compact star matter
WedDec 0216:00Duncan BrownWhat have we learned about binary neutron stars since the discovery of GW170817?
WedNov 2516:00Axel BrandenburgHelical magnetic fields in the early universe
WedNov 1816:00Claudia RattiQCD at finite density and phenomenology
WedNov 1116:00Alexei BazavovQuark-gluon plasma and thermodynamics of QCD on the lattice
WedNov 0416:00Hong LiuThe reasonable and unreasonable effectiveness of hydrodynamics in exotic quantum matter
WedOct 2816:00Gerald V. DunneDecoding the Path Integral: Resurgent Asymptotics and Extreme QFT
WedOct 2116:00Laura TolosStrangeness in nuclei and neutron stars
WedOct 1416:00Donato Giorgio TorrieriHydrodynamics with 50 particles. What does it mean and how to think about it?
WedOct 0716:00Pavel KovtunPushing the limits of hydrodynamics
WedSep 3016:00Steffen A. BassA data-driven approach to quantifying the shear viscosity of nature’s most ideal liquid
WedSep 2316:00M. Coleman MillerNICER, gravitational waves, and neutron stars
WedSep 1616:00Stanisław MrówczyńskiColor Instabilities in quark-gluon plasma
WedSep 0916:00Aleksey ChermanWhat is quark matter?
WedSep 0216:00Sören SchlichtingNon-equilibrium QCD in heavy-ion collisions
WedAug 2616:00Roy A. LaceyAnomalous transport in the quark-gluon plasma
WedAug 1916:00Raju VenugopalanSeparating fact from fantasy in the proton's spin: the chiral anomaly and the proton spin puzzle
WedAug 1216:00Charles J. HorowitzDense matter in the gravitational wave sky
WedAug 0516:00Mark G. AlfordTransport and dissipation in neutron star mergers
WedJul 2916:00Marc KamionkowskiChirality in Cosmology
WedJul 2216:00Xin-Nian WangJet tomography of hot and cold nuclear matter
WedJul 1516:00Björn SchenkeThe smallest fluid on earth
WedJul 0816:00Aleksi KurkelaQuark matter in the cores of neutron stars
WedJul 0116:00Maria Elena Tejeda-YeomansGlobal polarization signals from hot, dense and whirly QCD matter
WedJun 2416:00Gergely EndrődiHot QCD matter in magnetic fields: phase transition and permeability
WedJun 1716:00Sanjay ReddyDense matter in neutron stars and its role in multi-messenger astrophysics
WedJun 0316:00Mikhail StephanovThe challenge of discovering QCD critical point
WedMay 2716:00Oleg RuchayskiySterile neutrinos: unifying cosmology with particle physics
WedMay 2016:00Tanmay VachaspatiThe magnetized universe
WedMay 1316:00Pavlo SukhachovElectron hydrodynamics in solids
WedMay 0616:00Veronica DexheimerExotic Matter Produced in Neutron star Mergers
WedApr 2916:00Anton BurkovTopological Metals
WedApr 2216:00Gökçe BaşarIs the Feynman path integral complex enough?
WedApr 1516:00Rebecca SurmanNeutron star mergers and the origins of the heaviest elements
WedApr 0816:00Karl LandsteinerThe golden age of chirality and quantum mechanics
WedApr 0116:00Mauricio Martinez GuerreroHydrodynamization and attractors in rapidly expanding fluids
WedMar 2516:00Jacquelyn Noronha-HostlerNature's most extreme fluid -- the Quark Gluon Plasma
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