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  • Dr. Chris Quigg, Fermilab, Physics with a Millimole of Muons
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    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/quigg1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Leon Balents, ITP, From meV to MeV and Back: Capitalizing on Field Theory in One-dimensional Correlated Insulators
    From meV to MeV and Back Capitalizing on Field Theory in One dimensional Correlated Insulators Dr Leon Balents ITP To begin viewing slides click on the first slide below Author

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/balents1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Philip Lubin, UCSB, The Next Generation Cosmic Microwave Background Measurements and What We Hope to Learn About the Early Universe
    CMB angular power spectrum This should enable us to determine many of the cosmological parameters that define our universe such as the overall mass and baryon density if there is a significant vacuum energy component the Hubble parameter spectral tilt and reionization history among others Whether nature is kind to us or whether foreground contamination and systematics prevent the full realization of these goals remains to be seen Audio for

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/lubin1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Stephen Shenker, ITP & Rutgers, M Theory and Matrix Mechanics
    the developments of the past few years that have dramatically increased our understanding of string theory These developments have led to a new unifying framework called M Theory We go on to discuss proposed nonperturbative definitions of M Theory that

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/shenker1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Anthony Leggett, ITP & Univ of Illinois, Does the Everyday World Really Obey Quantum Mechanics?
    quantum mechanics can be extrapolated from the atomic level to that of everyday life I review this problem with reference both to the Bell s theorem experiments and to recent and planned work in the area of quantum effects in macroscopic systems such as superconducting devices Audio for this talk requires sound hardware and RealPlayer or RealAudio by RealNetworks Begin continuous audio for the whole talk Or right click to

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/leggett1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Leo Radzihovsky, Univ of Colorado, Elasticity, Shape Fluctuations and Phase Transitions of Anisotropic Membranes
    by long range order in the normals and very large fluctuations perpendicular to the average membrane orientation Focussing on the tubule phase 2 recently observed in large scale Monte Carlo simulations 3 I will discuss these novel phases and describe transitions between them 1 Statistical Mechanics of Membranes and Surfaces ed by D R Nelson T Piran and S Weinberg World Scientific Singapore 1989 2 L Radzihovsky and J Toner

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/radzihovsky1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Stephen Hawking, ITP & Cambridge Univ, Inflation: An Open and Shut Case
    a natural way to amplitudes for both closed and open universes without having to fine tune the scalar potential or assume it has a false vacuum Including a four form from 11d supergravity one can explain why the cosmological constant today is tiny but maybe not exactly zero Audio for this talk requires sound hardware and RealPlayer or RealAudio by RealNetworks Begin continuous audio for the whole talk Or right

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  • Dr. N. Katherine Hayles, UCLA, How We Became Posthuman: Humanistic Implications of Recent Research into Cognitive Science and Artificial Life
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