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  • KITP Program: QCD and String Theory
    Gauge String Correspondence Slides Aud Cam 9 07 12 30 p m Dr Michael Teper Oxford University SU N Gauge Theories The View from the Lattice Slides Aud Cam 9 09 1 30 p m Dr Bogdan Stefanski Imperial College From Spin Chains to Sigma Models The Landau Lifshitz Equation Slides Aud Cam 9 14 12 30 p m Dr Jan Plefka Einstein Institute Potsdam The Plane Wave String Gauge Theory Correspondence Slides Aud Cam 9 16 1 30 p m Dr Nick Dorey University of Wales Swansea S Duality Confinement and Large N String Theory Near the N 4 Supersymmetric Yang Mills Fixed Point Slides Aud Cam 9 21 12 30 p m Dr Vladimir Braun Regensburg Integrability in QCD and Beyond Slides Aud Cam 9 23 1 30 p m Dr Brian Wecht MIT Towards a C Theorem in Four Dimensions Slides Aud Cam 9 28 12 30 p m Dr Chris Korthals Altes CPT Marseille Magnetic Quasi Particles in Hot QCD and K Tensions Slides Aud Cam 9 30 1 30 p m Dr Johanna Erdmenger Humboldt University Chiral Symmetry Breaking and Light Mesons from Generalizations of AdS CFT Slides Aud Cam 10 06 10 30 a m Dr Gerard t Hooft Utrecht An Instability in the Baryonic String Slides Aud Cam 10 12 12 30 p m Dr Romuald Janik Jagellonian University High Energy Scattering and AdS CFT A Wilson Line Approach Slides Aud Cam 10 14 1 30 p m Dr Peter Ouyang UCSB N 1 Gauge Gravity Duals with Flavor Slides Aud 10 19 12 30 p m Dr Matthias Staudacher Max Planck Institute Potsdam Integrable Long Range Spin Chains and AdS CFT Part I Slides Aud Cam 10 21 1 30 p m Dr Matthias Burkardt New Mexico State University Hadron Tomography Slides

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/qcd04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: QCD and String Theory
    Morning Session 9 00am Freddy Cachazo IAS Computing tree and one loop amplitudes in gauge theory Slides Aud Cam 9 50am Zvi Bern UCLA Loop amplitudes and twistor space Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Valentin Khoze U Durham MHV rules for amplitudes with Higgs and many gluons Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm DISCUSSION Twistors strings and perturbative methods Slides Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK Afternoon Session 2 00pm Henri Kowalski DESY Small x diffraction and QCD results from HERA Slides Aud Cam 2 50pm Joe Polchinski KITP Regge physics in gauge string duality Slides Aud Cam 3 40pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 10pm Alex Kovner U Connecticut Perturbative saturation Slides Aud Cam 5 00pm DISCUSSION Physics at small x and high energies Slides Aud Cam 5 30pm SESSION END 5 30pm WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION 6 15pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 8 00pm VAN TO BWSCI Wednesday November 17 2004 Morning Session 9 00am William Zajc Columbia RHIC experimental overview What we have not learned Slides Aud Cam 9 50am Dam Son INT U Washington Viscosity from black hole physics Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Edward Shuryak SUNY Stony Brook Strongly coupled quark gluon plasma in QCD and N 4 SUSY YM Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm DISCUSSION QCD at high temperatures and densities Slides Aud Cam 12 45pm LUNCH BREAK Afternoon Free Thursday November 18 2004 Morning Session 9 00am Niklas Beisert Princeton Integrable spin chains in N 4 SYM and QCD Slides Aud Cam 9 50am Matthias Staudacher AEI Potsdam Non diffractive scattering in the CFT AdS system Slides Aud Cam 10 40am MORNING BREAK 11 10am Gregory Korchemsky LPT U Paris XI Integrability in high energy QCD Slides Aud Cam 12 00pm DISCUSSION Integrability in field theory and string theory

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/qcd-c04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: Galaxy-Intergalactic Medium Interactions
    30pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 00pm Peng Oh UCSB Probing the Tail End of Reionization Slides Aud Cam 4 45pm Jennifer Scott STSCI The Evolution of the UV Background Slides Aud Cam 5 30pm SESSION END Tuesday October 26 2004 9 00am Xiaohui Fan Steward QSO s from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Slides Aud Cam 9 45am Nick Gnedin UC Boulder Cosomological Radiative Transfer Slides Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Richard Ellis Caltech Galaxies at z 5 Slides Aud Cam 11 45am Lennox Cowie University of Hawaii More galaxies at z 5 Slides Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm Simon White Max Planck Feedback Processes in numerical Simulations Slides Aud Cam 2 45pm Mike Norman UCSD Supercomputer Simulations of First Structure Formation Aud Cam 3 30pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 00pm Volker Springel Max Planck Cosmological SPH Simulations Slides Aud Cam 4 45pm Avishai Dekel HU Jerusalem Characteristic Scales in Galaxy Formation Aud Cam 5 30pm SESSION END 5 30pm WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION 6 15pm DINNER 8 00pm VAN TO BWSCI Wednesday October 27 2004 9 00am Renyue Cen Princeton University Signature of Galactic Superwinds Inhomogeneous Metal Enrichment of the Lya Forest Aud Cam 9 45am Zoltán Haiman Columbia Formation of the Earliest Stars and Black Holes and their Contribution to Reionization Slides Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Charles Steidel Caltech Impact of LBG s on the IGM Aud Cam 11 45am Antoinette Songaila Cowie University of Hawaii The Very High z IGM Slides Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK BEACH BBQ 2 00pm AFTERNOON FREE Thursday October 28 2004 9 00am Jason Prochaska UCSC Examining the IGM Galactic Interface with QAL Systems Slides Aud Cam 9 45am Gus Evrard U Michigan Mark Voit MSU The Thermodynamics of Galaxy Clusters Slides Aud

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/igm-c04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Art, Image and Science

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    Original URL path: /online/art/ (2015-11-01)


  • KITP Future of Physics - Talks Online
    Mesoscopic Miracles and Beyond Slides Aud Cam 9 35am PANEL The Nascent Nanophysics Revolution Slides Aud Cam Moderator Patrick Lee Panelists Bertrand Halperin Anthony Leggett Allan MacDonald David Thouless 10 00am MORNING BREAK Session IV ASTROPHYSICS Chair Peter Goldreich 10 30am Scott Tremaine Stability of the Solar System Slides Aud Cam 10 50am Christopher McKee Formation of Stars Slides Aud Cam 11 10am Roger Blandford The Life of a Black Hole Slides Aud Cam 11 30am PANEL Future of Gravitational Waves Slides Aud Cam Moderator Lars Bildsten Panelists Roger Blandford Sterl Phinney Kip Thorne 12 00pm LUNCH BREAK Session V QUANTUM MECHANICS Chair Anthony Zee 1 30pm Gerard t Hooft The Future of Quantum Mechanics Slides Aud Cam 1 55pm PANEL The Nature of Quantum Mechanics Slides Aud Cam Moderator Anthony Zee Panelists James Hartle Anthony Leggett Roger Penrose Wojciech Zurek 2 30pm PANEL The Future of Quantum Computing Slides Aud Cam Moderator Anthony Zee Panelists Carlton Caves Michael Freedman Sankar das Sarma 3 00pm AFTERNOON BREAK Session VI COMPLEX MATTER Chair Mehran Kardar 3 30pm Tom Lubensky Order Geometry and Fluctuations in Soft Matter Slides Vid Aud Cam 3 50pm Marc Mezard Frustrated Systems from Physics to Computer Science Slides Aud Cam 4 10pm Sidney Nagel Experimental Contributions to Pattern Formation Slides Aud Cam 4 30pm PANEL The Future of Soft Condensed Matter Physics Slides Aud Cam Moderator Susan Coppersmith Panelists Michael Fisher Pierre Hohenberg James Langer Cristina Marchetti 5 00pm END OF SESSION 5 30pm RECEPTION 6 30pm BANQUET at the KITP 9 30pm Van to Best Western South Coast Inn Holiday Inn Saturday October 09 2004 Session VII STRING THEORY Chair Eva Silverstein 8 30am PANEL Field Theory and Mathematics Slides Aud Cam Moderator Joseph Polchinski Panelists Hirosi Ooguri Alexander Polyakov Misha Shifman Isadore Singer Robert Sugar

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/kitp25/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Understanding the Brain
    Find Decision Makers in Neural Networks Aud Cam 8 12 10 00 a m Dr Tali Tishby KITP Hebrew University University Pennsylvania Minimum Population Information More on the Link Between Information Learning and Neurophysiology Slides Aud Cam 8 13 10 00 a m Dr Misha Tsodyks Weizmann Institute Associative Memory Modeling and Psychophysics Aud Cam 8 16 2 00 p m Dr Terry Sejnowski The Salk Institute Spike Time Patterns Aud Cam 8 17 10 30 a m Dr Rob de Ruyter van Steveninck University of Indiana Neural Computation on Natural Signals Lessons from the Fly Visual System Slides Aud Cam 8 18 10 30 a m Dr Peter Sterling University of Pennsylvania Why the Retina Uses Parallel Channels Slides Aud Cam 8 19 10 30 a m Dr Michael Berry Princeton Constraints and Principles for Population Codes Aud Cam 8 20 10 30 a m Dr Dawei Dong Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences Florida Atlantic University Nonstationarity Causality and Information Maximization in Awake and Behaving Cats Some Hints on Sensory Motor Integration Aud Cam 8 23 10 30 a m Dr William Levy University of Virginia Understanding Neuronal Computation and Communication by Analyzing Metabolic Costs Slides Aud Cam 8 24 10 30 a m Dr Pamela Reinagel UCSD Coding of Information in a Mammalian Sensory Relay Aud Cam 8 25 10 30 a m Dr Simon Laughlin Cambridge Relationships Between Energy Consumption and Information Capacity Illustrated by Fly Photoreceptors Slides Aud Cam 8 26 10 30 a m Dr Markus Meister Harvard Adaptation in the Neural Code of the Retina Slides Aud Cam 8 27 10 30 a m Dr Garrett Stanley Harvard Task Dependent Coding in Sensory Pathways Aud Cam 8 30 10 30 a m Dr Gonzalo de Polavieja University Madrid Do Action Potential Waveforms Convey Infomation about the Stimulus Slides Aud Cam 8 31 10 30 a m Dr Vijay Balasubramanian KITP Penn Bright vs Dark in Natural Scenes Implications for Retinal Structure Slides Aud Cam 9 01 10 30 a m Dr Jan Karbowski Caltech Conserved Relationships and Trade Offs in the Brain Design Slides Aud Cam 9 02 10 30 a m Dr Sam Wang Princeton Speed Limits in Mammalian Brains Scaling Constraints from Biophysics Slides Aud Cam 9 03 10 30 a m Dr Mitya Chklovskii Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Wiring of a Cortical Column Slides Aud Cam 9 07 10 30 a m Dr Mark Changizi Sloan Swartz Center for Theoretical Neurobiology Caltech Natural Scene Statistics and the Structure of Visual Signs Over Human History Slides Aud Cam 9 08 10 30 a m Dr Dan Lee University Pennsylvania Machine Learning for Sensorimotor Processing Slides Aud Cam 9 09 10 30 a m Dr Theo Geisel Universität Göttingen MPI Speed Limits and Unstable Attractors in Synchronizing Networks Aud Cam 9 10 10 30 a m Dr Susanna Still Princeton Active Learning by Extraction of Predictive Information Aud Cam 9 13 10 30 a m Dr Fred Wolf Goettingen Long Range

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/brain04/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. William Bialek, Princeton University, From photons to perception: A physicist looks at the brain
    that we are solving very difficult problems problems that still defeat the most powerful computers There are obvious advantages to accomplishing these tasks more efficiently but the laws of physics tell us that there are limits to how precisely any organism or machine could function Remarkably animals operate very close to these fundamental physical limits so that our sensory systems are almost perfect I will give examples of this perfection and emphasize that in order to operate near the physical limits organisms must build special mechanisms whose structure we can predict from physical principles Dr Bialek is the John Archibald Wheeler Battelle Professor in Physics at Princeton University He is also an associated faculty member in the Department of Molecular Biology and a member of the multidisciplinary Lewis Sigler Institute His research interests have ranged over a wide variety of theoretical problems at the interface of physics and biology from the dynamics of individual biological molecules to learning and cognition He is best known for contributions to our understanding of coding and computation in the brain Bialek and collaborators have shown that aspects of brain function can be described as essentially optimal strategies for adapting to the complex dynamics of

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/plecture/bialek/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: Exotic Order and Criticality in Quantum Matter
    00pm Michael Freedman Microsoft Research Algebra vs Analysis in Loop Web Models for TQFTs Slides Aud Cam 3 00pm Chetan Nayak UCLA Quantum Loop Gas Approach to Topological States of Matter Slides Aud Cam 4 00pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 30pm John Preskill Caltech Topological quantum computing for beginners Slides Aud Cam 5 30pm SESSION ENDS 5 45pm FIRST VAN TO BWSCI Tuesday June 08 2004 9 00am Olexei Motrunich KITP Emergent Photons and New Transitions in the O 3 Sigma Model with Hedgehog Suppression Slides Aud Cam 10 00am MORNING BREAK 10 30am Ashvin Vishwanath UC Berkeley Landau Forbidden Transitions and Deconfined Criticality in Quantum Magnets Slides Aud Cam 11 30am Senthil Todadri MIT Deconfined quantum criticality and underdoped cuprates Slides Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm Carsten Timm FU Berlin Diluted ferro magnetic semiconductors An overview Slides Aud Cam 3 00pm Thomas Rosenbaum University of Chicago Non Linear Dynamics in Spin Liquids Aud Cam 4 00pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 30pm Antoine Georges Centre de Physique Theorique Ecole Polytechnique When Mott and Peierls meet interplay of correlation effects with structural and orbital degrees of freedom Slides Aud Cam 5 30pm RECEPTION POSTER SESSION DINNER 7 15pm FIRST VAN TO BWSCI Wednesday June 09 2004 9 00am Ali Yazdani UIUC Electronic Ordering in the Pseudogap State of High Tc Cuprates Aud Cam 9 55am MORNING BREAK 10 05 Robert Hill University of Waterloo Thermal Conductivity in Cuprates High Energy Gaps from Low Energy Quasiparticles Slides Aud Cam 11 00am Robert Schrieffer Florida State University Gauge Theory of Pairing and Spin Fluctuations Near the Quantum Critical Point Slides Aud Cam 11 40 Naoto Nagaosa University of Tokyo Berry Phase and Dissipationless Currents in Solids Aud Cam 1 00pm BEACH BARBEQUE 2 00pm FREE AFTERNOON 2 30pm FIRST VAN TO BWSCI

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/exotic-c04/ (2015-11-01)
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