Events - Daily
|Tuesday, September 24|
HET Informal Seminar - IAS - Barak Kol, Racah Institute of Physics, “How Perturbative Field Theory Could have been Discovered in Einstein's Gravity"
It will be argued that essentially all the deep concepts of perturbative quantum field theory could have been discovered in non-quantum (classical) field theories. These include Feynman diagrams, effective actions, divergences, regularization, renormalization and field doubling (the Closed Time Path formalism). The central case study will be the Effective Field Theory approach to General Relativity, more specifically to the post-Newtonian two-body problem. A non-relativistic decomposition of Einstein's field will be central. Time permitting, we shall describe equivalent periodic sources - a novel geometric decomposition of the quasi-periodic motion of a trajectory around a black hole in the context of the self force and the extreme mass ratio approximation.
Bloomberg Lecture Hall - Institute for Advanced Study · 1:30 p.m.– 2:30 p.m.
HET Informal Seminar - Ehsan Hatefi, ICTP, Trieste, Italy
BPS, Non-BPS and D-brane anti D-brane Effective actions in type II Super string theory with their corrections to all orders in alpha-prime
PCTS Seminar Room · 3:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m.