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PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 14
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 13
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 12
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 11
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 10
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 9
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh


PSI 2016/2017  Relativity  Lecture 7
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh


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Gravity Basics  1
Veronika Hubeny University of California, Davis

QI Basics  1
Patrick Hayden Stanford University

Entanglement  1
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

A new perspective on holographic entanglement
Matthew Headrick Brandeis University

Bell’s Theorem
Adrian Kent University of Cambridge

GR: Actions and Equations
David Kubiznak Charles University

QFT Basics  1
Thomas Hartman Cornell University


Talk

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Marina Cortes Institute for Astrophysics and Space Sciences

Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Neil Turok University of Edinburgh



The origin of arrows of time II

Sean Carroll California Institute of Technology (Caltech)  Division of Physics Mathematics & Astronomy

Marina Cortes Institute for Astrophysics and Space Sciences

Tim Koslowski Universidad Nacional Autónoma De Mexico (UNAM)


The origin of arrows of time II cont.

Sean Carroll California Institute of Technology (Caltech)  Division of Physics Mathematics & Astronomy

Marina Cortes Institute for Astrophysics and Space Sciences

Tim Koslowski Universidad Nacional Autónoma De Mexico (UNAM)


Testing time asymmetry in the early universe

Brian Keating University of California, San Diego

Andrew Liddle University of Lisbon

Richard Muller University of California, Berkeley


The fate of the big bang

Abhay Ashtekar Pennsylvania State University

Neil Turok University of Edinburgh


Time as Organization – Downward Caustation, Structure and Complexity I
Barbara Drossel Technische Universität Darmstadt

Time as Organization – Downward Caustation, Structure and Complexity II

Stuart Kauffman Santa Fe Institute

George Ellis University of Cape Town



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Gravity Dual of Quantum Information Metric
Tadashi Takayanagi Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics

A new perspective on holographic entanglement
Matthew Headrick Brandeis University

Universal holographic description of CFT entanglement entropy
Thomas Faulkner University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign

Geometric Constructs in AdS/CFT
Veronika Hubeny University of California, Davis

Do black holes create polyamory
Jonathan Oppenheim University College London

Tensor Network Renormalization and the MERA
Glen Evenbly Georgia Institute of Technology

Entanglement renormalization for quantum fields
Jutho Haegeman Ghent University

Holographic quantum errorcorrecting codes: Toy models for the bulk/boundary correspondence
Fernando Pastawski California Institute of Technology


Talk

Welcome to Perimeter Institute and the EHT 2014 Conference
Neil Turok University of Edinburgh

Introduction to EHT
Shep Doeleman Harvard University

Growth of supermassive black holes and their relationships to their host galaxies
Marta Volonteri Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris

Polarized emission from Black Hole Accretion Disks and Jets
Jonathan McKinney University of Maryland, College Park

Stellar Orbits at the Galactic Center
Andrea Ghez University of California, Los Angeles


The Size and Morphology of Sgr A* at 7mm
Geoff Bower Academia Sinica

Particle Acceleration and Nonthermal Emission in Radiatively Inefficient Accretion Flows
Eliot Quataert University of California, Berkeley


Probing asymptotically safe quantum gravity with matter
Marc Schiffer Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Is Planckian discreteness observable in cosmology?
Alejandro Perez AixMarseille University

Gyroscopic gravitational memory from binary systems
Ali Seraj Université Libre de Bruxelles

Infrared Problems in QED and Quantum Gravity
Infrared Problems in QED and Quantum Gravity


PSI 2016/2017  Relativity (Turok)
PSI 2016/2017  Relativity (Turok) 


Renormalization in Background Independent Theories: Foundations and Techniques
Renormalization in Background Independent Theories: Foundations and Techniques 
Noncommutative Geometry and Physics
Noncommutative Geometry and Physics 
Quantum Information in Quantum Gravity II
Quantum Information in Quantum Gravity II 
Probing asymptotically safe quantum gravity with matter
Marc Schiffer Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
Asymptotically safe quantum gravity might provide a unified description of the fundamental dynamics of quantum gravity and matter. The realization of asymptotic safety, i.e., of scale symmetry at high energies, constraints the possible interactions and dynamics of a system. In this talk, I will first introduce the scenario of asymptotic safety for gravity with matter, and explain how it can be explored using functional methods. I will then emphasize, how the constraints on the microscopic dynamics of matter arising from quantum scale symmetry can turn into constraints on the gravitational dynamics, both by exploring the asymptotically safe fixedpoint structure, and by exploring resulting infrared physics.


Is Planckian discreteness observable in cosmology?
Alejandro Perez AixMarseille University
A Planck scale inflationary era—in a quantum gravity theory predicting discreteness of quantum geometry at the fundamental scale—produces the scale invariant spectrum of inhomogeneities with very small tensortoscalar ratio of perturbations and a hot big bang leading to a natural dark matter genesis scenario. In this talk I evoke the possibility that some of the major puzzles in cosmology could have an explanation rooted in quantum gravity.


Gyroscopic gravitational memory from binary systems
Ali Seraj Université Libre de Bruxelles
I will review the "gyroscopic gravitational memory”, the permanent effect of gravitational waves on freelyfalling gyroscopes far from the source of gravitational radiation. Then, I will compute the effect created by binary systems in the postNewtonian approximation. The discussion naturally involves the helicity of gravitational waves and gravitational electricmagnetic duality.
