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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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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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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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Superstring Cosmology MiniCourse: Part 4
Senarath de Alwis University of Colorado Boulder
PIRSA:06020006 
Superstring Cosmology MiniCourse: Part 3
Senarath de Alwis University of Colorado Boulder
PIRSA:06020005 
Superstring Cosmology Minicourse: Part 2
Senarath de Alwis University of Colorado Boulder
PIRSA:06010022 
Superstring Cosmology Minicourse: Part 1
Senarath de Alwis University of Colorado Boulder
PIRSA:06010020


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Introduction to quantum gravity  Part 25
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06040015 
Introduction to quantum gravity  Part 24
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06040014 


Introduction to quantum gravity  Part 21
Daniele Oriti LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München (LMU)
PIRSA:06030029 
Introduction to quantum gravity  Part 20
Daniele Oriti LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München (LMU)
PIRSA:06030028 
Introduction to quantum gravity  Part 19
Daniele Oriti LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München (LMU)
PIRSA:06030027 
Introduction to quantum gravity  Part 18
Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:06030021


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Can one measure complexity?
PIRSA:05050026 


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Supergravity Backgrounds from Generalized CalabiYau Manifolds (Part 2)
Mariana Graña CEA Saclay
PIRSA:05030081 
Supergravity Backgrounds from Generalized CalabiYau Manifolds (Part 1)
Mariana Graña CEA Saclay
PIRSA:05030077 







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Interpretation of Quantum Theory: Lecture 26 (Bonus)
Seth Lloyd Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  Center for Extreme Quantum Information Theory (xQIT)

Interpretation of Quantum Theory: Lecture 25
Joseph Emerson Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC)
PIRSA:05040043 



Interpretation of Quantum Theory: Lecture 21
Lucien Hardy Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
PIRSA:05030118 
Interpretation of Quantum Theory: Lecture 20
Alain Aspect Institut d'Optique  Graduate School
PIRSA:05030114 
Interpretation of Quantum Theory: Lecture 19
Alain Aspect Institut d'Optique  Graduate School
PIRSA:05030110


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. 
Introduction to Quantum Information and Computation from a Foundational Standpoint
Graduate Course on the Standard Model and Quantum Field Theory 
Graduate Course on the Standard Model and Quantum Field Theory  2006/2007
Graduate Course on the Standard Model and Quantum Field Theory 
Superstring Cosmology MiniCourse  2006
Shanta's minicourse 
Introduction to Quantum Gravity  2006
Introduction to quantum gravity 
Complexity and Networks  2005
This spring 2005 seminar series presents some of the concepts and models that have been developed in recent years to explain the emergence of complexity or to parameterize, measure or describe complex systems. This includes the theory of selforganized criticality, information or algorithmic measures of complexity, using networks to capture relevant interactions in physical, biological and technological systems, and attempts to describe turbulence, as well as aspects of biological and social behaviour within this framework. Talks are aimed at an advanced undergraduate audience. 
Generalized Geometries in String Theory
Minicourse lectures by Marco Gualtieri, Yi Li and Mariana Granas. 
Interpretation of Quantum Theory  2005
Interpretation of Quantum Theory: Current Status and Future Directions