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Southampton Gravity seminars: 2018-2019

Seminars take place on Thursdays 12:00-13:00 in Building 54, Room 7035(7B), unless otherwise noted.

04 October 2018: Rainer Weiss (MIT) [LOCATION CHANGE 02 / 1085 (L/T C)]

The beginnings of gravitational wave astronomy

11 October 2018: Adam Pound (Southampton)

Compact binaries and the gravitational self-force

18 October 2018: Andreas Schmitt (Southampton)

Holographic quark-hadron continuity

25 October 2018: no seminar

01 November 2018: Ioannis Papadimitriou (KIAS Seoul)

Near extremal black holes: from M87 to strange metals

08 November 2018: Masanori Hanada (Southampton)

Black Hole/Ant Trail Correspondence and Partial Deconfinement

15 November 2018: Finn Larsen (Michigan)

Black Hole Spectroscopy and AdS(2) Holography

22 November 2018: Andy O'Bannon (Southampton)

AdS Black Branes: A Sound Bound?

29 November 2018: Carlos Mafra (Southampton)

The quest for string scattering amplitudes

06 December 2018: David Turton (Southampton)

Black Holes in String Theory

13 December 2018: Stefan Hild (Glasgow)

The Einstein Telescope: A New Tool to Listen to the Symphony of the Universe

Christmas Break

10 January 2019: Nicolas Kovensky (Saclay)

A holographic description of hadronic structure

Exam Period

31 January 2019: Ines Aniceto (Southampton)

Asymptotics and Resurgence in String and Gauge Theories

07 February 2019: Silke Weinfurtner (Nottingham)

Application of the black hole-fluid analogy: identification of a vortex flow through its characteristic waves

14 February 2019: Sebastiano Bernuzzi (Parma) [CANCELED!]

Modeling the strong-field dynamics of binary neutron star merger

21 February 2019: Karl Landsteiner (IFT Madrid)

The golden age of chirality and quantum mechanics

28 February 2019: no seminar

07 March 2019: Jake Shipley (Sheffield)

Gravitational lensing by binary black holes

14 March 2019: no seminar

21 March 2019: Motoi Tachibana (Saga University, Japan)

Quark-hadron continuity under rotation

28 March 2019: Natalia Pinzani-Fokeeva (KU Leuven)

Effective field theories for fluids

Easter Break

2 May 2019: Thomas Van Riet (KU Leuven)

String theory and the cosmological constant: have we learned something?

09 May 2019: Felicity Eperon (Cambridge)

Strong cosmic censorship in Kerr-de Sitter spacetimes

16 May 2019: Mihalis Dafermos (Cambridge)

The nonlinear stability of the Schwarzschild metric without symmetry


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