We have weekly reunions on
Tuesday starting at 1pm in the
Seminar Room (117), 1st Floor, Mathematical Sciences building.
The meetings include discussions of recent papers,
discussions with visitors, seminars etc.
The seminar schedule for the current term is:
Second term.
12th January 
Harold Erbin (Turin),
"Machine learning for complete intersection CalabiYau manifolds"
5th January 
Justin Kaidi (Stony Brook),
"Adventures in NonSupersymmetric String Theory"
First term.
15th December 
Niccolo' Cribiori (Vienna),
"Swampland constraints on de Sitter from 10d and 4d"
8th December 
Kostas Skenderis (Southampton),
"Holography for the very early Universe"
1st December 
Nikolaos E. Mavromatos (King's College, London),
"StringInspired effective theories with gravitational anomalies and
running vacuum in cosmology"
24th November 
Saul RamosSanchez (Mexico U.),
"An eclectic approach for the flavor (symmetry) problem"
17th November 
Manki Kim (Cornell University),
"Conifold Vacua with Small Flux Superpotential"
10th November 
Daniel Junghans (Harvard University),
"Control issues of KKLT"
3rd November 
Eran Palti (Ben Gurion University),
"Supersymmetric Protection and the Swampland"
27th October 
Gabriele Franciolini (Geneva University),
"Primordial Black Holes and Gravitational Wave Observations"
20th October 
Emilian Dudas (Ecole Polytechnique),
"String Defects, Supersymmetry and the Swampland"
13th October 
Alessandro Podo (Columbia U.),
"Models of composite dark matter "
6th October 
Fotis Farakos (Padua),
"Goldstino evaporation and de Sitter decay"
Archives of previous years can be found
here.
