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Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050018 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050013 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050017 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050012 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050011 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050016 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology 4B
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050015 
Advanced Topics in Cosmology
Viatcheslav Mukhanov LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07050010


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Black Holes & Holography  Class 8
Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Black Holes & Holography  Class 7
Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse  Lecture 5
Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse  Lecture 5
Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse  Lecture 4
Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse  Lecture 3
Leonard Susskind Stanford University

Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse  Lecture 2
Leonard Susskind Stanford University
PIRSA:07030029 
Black Hole & Holography  Class 1
Leonard Susskind Stanford University


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Introduction to quantum groups 5
Florian Koch LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07010031 
Introduction to quantum groups 4
Florian Koch LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07010030 
Introduction to quantum groups 3
Florian Koch LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07010029 
Introduction to quantum groups 2
Florian Koch LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07010028 
Introduction to quantum groups 1
Florian Koch LudwigMaximiliansUniversitiät München (LMU)
PIRSA:07010027


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Aspects of Nonlinear Perturbations in Cosmological Models
Bojan Losic University of Alberta

Brane Gravity in Six Dimensional Flux Compactifications
Gianmassimo Tasinato University of Oxford

NonIsotropy of the CMB Power Spectrum in Single Field Inflation
Andreas Ross Carnegie Mellon University


A Cosmological Sector in Loop Quantum Gravity
Tim Koslowski Universidad Nacional Autónoma De Mexico (UNAM)

Emergence of a Background From Background Independent Quantum Gravity
Willem Westra University of Iceland

NonGaussianities from MultiField Inflation
Thorsten Battefeld Brown University



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Modified Gravity as an Alternative to Dark Energy
Richard Woodard University of Florida
PIRSA:06110053 
Cuscuton: Dark Energy meets Modified Gravity
Ghazal Geshnizjani Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06110056 
Cosmic Rays and Cluster Cosmology  A Critical Review
Christoph Pfrommer Universität Heidelberg  Institut für Theoretische Physik
PIRSA:06110050 
Reionization of the Universe: Character and Observable Signatures
Ilian Iliev Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics (CITA)
PIRSA:06110059 

Bayesian Analysis of WMAP3 Data
PIRSA:06110060 
Inflation: What Now?
PIRSA:06110047


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Introduction to Quantum Information and Computation from a Foundational Standpoint
Jeffrey Bub University of Maryland, College Park
PIRSA:06120048 
Introduction to Quantum Information and Computation from a Foundational Standpoint
Jeffrey Bub University of Maryland, College Park
PIRSA:06110042 
Introduction to Quantum Information and Computation from a Foundational Standpoint
Jeffrey Bub University of Maryland, College Park
PIRSA:06110034 
Introduction to Quantum Information and Computation from a Foundational Standpoint
Jeffrey Bub University of Maryland, College Park
PIRSA:06110033


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String Theory and Gauge Theory: Past Present and Future Workshop 1
Jeffrey Harvey University of Chicago
PIRSA:06100045 
String Theory and Gauge Theory: Past Present and Future Workshop 2
David Shih Princeton University
PIRSA:06100052 
Towards Understanding String Spectrum in AdS5 x S5
Arkady Tseytlin Imperial College London
PIRSA:06100039 
Little String Theory From a Double Scaled Matrix Model
Mark Van Raamsdonk University of British Columbia
PIRSA:06100049 
Dual Gravity Approach to NearEquilibrium Processes in Strongly Coupled Gauge Theories
Andrei Starinets University of Oxford
PIRSA:06100040 
Superpartner Masses and Hidden Sectors
PIRSA:06100042 
Chiral Symmetry Breaking from Intersecting Branes
David Kutasov University of Chicago
PIRSA:06100041 
IR Free or Interacting? A Proposed Diagnostic
Kenneth Intriligator University of California, San Diego
PIRSA:06100051


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Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  17B
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07040015 
Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  17A
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07040014 
Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  16B
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07030046 
Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  16A
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07030045 
Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  15B
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07030038 

Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  14B
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07030019 
Graduate Course on Standard Model & Quantum Field Theory  14A
Cliff Burgess McMaster University
PIRSA:07030018


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Mode creation in expanding universes, through dissipative effects
Renaud Parentani University of ParisSaclay


A discrete, Lorentzinvariant wave equation and its continuum limit
Rafael Sorkin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Insights from background independent approaches to quantum gravity
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Black hole evaporation and information
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Questions about high  k phsyics in expanding spacetimes
Jens Niemeyer University of Würzburg

Inflationary cosmological pertubations of quantum  mechanical origin
Jerome Martin Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris

Thermodynamics of spacetime
Ted Jacobson University of Maryland, College Park


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The Weird World Of Quantum Mechanics  Part 2
Damian Pope Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06080021 

Math Primer  Matrices  Part 1
Damian Pope Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06080018 






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Quantum Reality, Relativistic Causality, and Closing the Epistemic Circle  Welcome

Lucien Hardy Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06070036 


Entanglement and the Foundations of Statistical Mechanics
Sandu Popescu University of Bristol
PIRSA:06070039 



Interpretations of Probability in Quantum Mechanics
PIRSA:06070043


Advanced Topics in Cosmology minicourse 2007
Advanced Topics in Cosmology minicourse 2007 with Slava Mukhanov 
Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse  2007
Black Holes and Holography: MiniCourse with Lenny Susskind 
Introduction to Quantum Groups 1  2007
From Quantum Mechanics to Quantum Groups The notion of 'quantization' commonly used in textbooks of quantum mechanics has to be specified in order to turn it into a defined mathematical operation. We discuss that on the trails of Weyl's phase space deformation, i.e. we introduce the WeylMoyal starproduct and the deformation of Poissonmanifolds. Generalizing from this, we understand, why Hopfalgebras are the most genuine way to apply 'quantization' to various other algebraic objects  and why this has direct physical applications. 
Quantum Error Correction Course 2007
An indepth introduction to quantum error correction, faulttolerant quantum computing, and related topics. Covers stabilizer codes, CSS codes, higherdimensional codes, specific code constructions, entanglement purification protocols, and quantum channel capacity. Also bounds on quantum error correction: quantum Hamming bound, quantum Singleton bound, linear programming bounds and the quantum MacWilliams identity; and principles of faulttolerant quantum computation: faulttolerant error measurement, faulttolerant gate design, the threshold for faulttolerant quantum computation, and topological faulttolerance. 
Young Researchers Conference  2006
This event provides an opportunity for top young physicists to enjoy a multidisciplinary conference, and interact with resident scientists. In addition, participants will have an opportunity to learn more about Perimeter Institute. 
Cosmology on the Great Lakes Workshop
Great Lakes Cosmology Meeting 
Introduction to Quantum Information and Computation from a Foundational Standpoint
Graduate Course on the Standard Model and Quantum Field Theory 
String Theory and Gauge Theory: Past Present and Future Workshop
String Theory and Gauge Theory: Past Present and Future Workshop 
Graduate Course on the Standard Model and Quantum Field Theory  2006/2007
Graduate Course on the Standard Model and Quantum Field Theory 
Natural Ultraviolet Cutoffs In Expanding SpaceTimes  2006
The question of how to describe a natural ultraviolet cutoff in an expanding spacetime is of significance in several respects. First, it concerns the fate of general covariance in the presence of a natural UV cutoff. Second, it concerns the continued generating of degrees of freedom through expansion, which carries with it the possibility of an associated generating of vacuum energy. Finally, through inflation, a natural ultraviolet cutoff may have left observable imprints in the CMB. 
ISSYP 2006
International Summer School for Young Physicists is a national twoweek summer school designed to capture the scientific imagination of grade 11 students (secondaire V in Qu�bec) and nurture their passion for physics through an exploration of the fascinating mysteries of our universe. 
Quantum Reality, Relativistic Causality, and Closing the Epistemic Circle  2006
Perimeter Institute will host an international conference from July 1821, 2006, in honour of Abner Shimony, one of the most eminent physicistphilosophers of our time. Professor Shimony is renowned for his contribution to the famous BellCHSH inequality and for many other contributions in the foundations of physics and philosophy. Talks and discussions will cover a wide range of subjects within physics and philosophy, including theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum entanglement and nonlocality, relativistic causality, quantum measurement problem, probability theory, temporal transience, the mindbody problem, and scientific realism.