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Jul 17, 2003 Dr. Lars Bildsten, KITP Birth, Life and Death of Stars
Apr 21, 2004 Dr. Joe Polchinski, KITP Superstring Cosmology
June 8, 2005 Dr. Anthony Zee, KITP Folding RNA
November 3, 2005 Dr. David Morrison, KITP & Duke University Stalking the Shape of the Universe: Geometrical Structures and Physical Reality
Feb 1, 2006 Drs. Lars Bildsten & Phil Arras, KITP The Physics of California
Mar 10, 2006 Roman Verostko, Channa Horwitz, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Hans Dehlinger Strings, Strokes, Structures
Apr 12, 2006 Dr. Matthew Fisher, KITP Quantum Crystals, Quantum Choreography and Quantum Computing
Nov 14, 2007 Dr. Tom Abel, KIPAC, Stanford The First Things in the Universe
Nov 20, 2008 Dr. Juna Kollmeier, Carnegie Observatories The Great Escape: Hypervelocity Stars in the Milky Way
Dec 9, 2008 David Gross, Henry Yang, Monica Curry
Ann Rice, Kathryn Moler
Inauguration of the Drs. Ann and Myron Rice Family Fund for the KITP
Apr 2, 2009 Dr. Douglas Heggie, University of Edinburgh The Million Body Problem
Aug 6, 2009 Dr. Richard Neher, KITP Sex, Viruses, and the Statistical Physics of Evolution
Sep 18, 2009 David Gross, Henry Yang, Virgil Elings, Gus Gurley
Boris Shraiman
Inauguration to the Susan F. Gurley Chair in Theoretical Physics and Biology:
Adventures at the Edge of Physics
Nov 18, 2009 David Em, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Paul Hertz, Robert J. Lang KITP Algorists 2009
Jan 28, 2010 Dr. Greg Dobler, KITP A Light in the Dark: the Pursuit of the Nature of Dark Matter
Apr 27, 2010 Dr. Lars Bildsten, KITP Exploding Stars!
Sep 30, 2010 Dr. Charles F. Stevens, Salk Institute How Computers and the Brain are the Same and Different, and How Physics Can Help Explain This
Nov 5, 2010 Henry Yang, David Gross, Wayne Rosing, Simon and Diana Raab
Lars Bildsten
Inauguration to the Wayne Rosing, Simon and Diana Raab Chair in Theoretical Astrophysics:
Exploding Stars
Apr 20, 2011 Dr. Chris Reynolds, Univ. of Maryland The Environmental Impact of Black Holes
May 10, 2011 Peter Frank, Alejandro Casazi, Birgit Faustmann
Jean-Pierre Hébert, Manfred Mohr
Victor Raphael, Kay Wiese
Artists in Discussion with Peter Frank: Arts, Science & Algorithms
Jul 14, 2011 David Kaplan, JHU & KITP Dramatic Impact: A Visit to the LHC
Aug 31, 2011 William Bialek, Princeton & KITP More Perfect Than We Imagined: A Physicist's View of Life
Sep 19, 2012 Patrick Brady, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee How to Detect Ripples in Spacetime
Oct 17, 2012 Steven R. White, UC Irvine What Do Climate Modeling and Quantum Mechanics Have In Common?
Nov 15, 2012 Peter Frank, Tatiana Ginsberg, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Vera Molnar, Jeremy Sarchet, Ethan Turpin SCIART 2012: Mysterious: Artists in discussion with Peter Frank
Apr 11, 2013 Paula Apsell, Senior Executive Producer, NOVA/WGBH The Art of Science Television
Jun 19, 2013 Gianfranco Bertone, University of Amsterdam Behind the Scenes of the Universe: The Worldwide Race to Discover Dark Matter
Aug 14, 2013 Priya Natarajan, Yale University From Fasting to Feasting: The Strange Feeding Habits of Black Holes
Nov 20, 2013 Jim McElwaine, Durham University The Dynamics of Avalanches
June 4, 2014 Jim Stone, Princeton University From Accreting Black Holes to Merging Galaxies: How Computers are Revolutionizing Astrophysics
Sep 10, 2014 Anthony Starace, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Atto-Physics: Observing Matter on its Natural Timescale
Mar 18, 2015 Eric Agol, University of Washington Exoplanet Dynamics: What We Know from Kepler
May 20, 2015 Ted Jacobson, University of Maryland A Century of Black Holes: Enigmas, Insights and Paradoxes
Jul 1, 2015 Roger Melko, Univ. Waterloo & KITP Tanglin' with Entanglement
Oct 14, 2015 Anushya Chandran, Perimeter Institute Getting Stuck: Shaking Up Statistical Physics
Mar 9, 2016 Eleni Katifori, Univ. of Pennsylvania & KITP Detangling the vascular web: Loops, hierarchies, and the quest for Nature's design principles
Jul 6, 2016 Evan Scannapieco, Arizona State Univ. & KITP Why Aren't the Biggest Galaxies Forming Stars?
Aug 31, 2016 Will Detmold, MIT & KITP The Secret Life of Quarks
Mar 14, 2017 Kaitlin Kratter, University of Arizona & KITP Is there a Tatooine? The three-body problem & beyond
Jul 12, 2017 Risa Wechsler, Stanford & KITP Mapping the Dark Cosmos
Aug 9, 2017 Rachel Dutton, UCSD & KITP The Wonderful Microbial World of Cheese
Sep 28, 2017 Mark Bowick, KITP Fragile Objects: The Hard Science of Soft Matter
Nov 15, 2017 Greg Huber, KITP Alien Technology 101: From Cells to Neutron Stars
Nov 28, 2017 Leon Balents, KITP Yzurdiaga Chair Inauguration: Magical Magnetism & Other Strange Stuff
Mar 28, 2018 Douglas Jerolmack, Univ. of Penn & KITP The Physics of Debris Flows: Making the Montecito Mudslides
May 15, 2018 Alex Drlica-Wagner, Fermilab & KITP Small Galaxies, Big Science: Probing Fundamental Physics with Dwarf Galaxies
Jun 13, 2018 Sam Stevenson, UCSB Megadrought, Extreme El Nino, and California's Climate Future
Aug 7, 2018 Jimmy Liao, University of Florida & KITP The Tao of Fish Swimming
Sep 19, 2018 Rahul Nandkishore, Univ. of Colorado Boulder & KITP Quantum Glass
Nov 28, 2018 Louis Kauffman, University of Illinois at Chicago & KITP Revolutions in Knots, Braids and Physics
Mar 20, 2019 Ana Bonaca, Harvard & KITP Uncovering the nature of dark matter with stellar streams in the Milky Way
May 15, 2019 Aomawa Shields, UC Irvine & KITP The Climates of Other Worlds: Searching for the Next Habitable Planet
Sep 17, 2019 Roser Valentí
Goethe University Frankfurt & KITP
All But Frustrating: When Quantum Materials Meet Topology
Jan 22, 2020 Ahmed Almheiri
Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton
Is Information Thrown into a Black Hole Lost Forever? Resolving Stephen Hawking's Black Hole Information Paradox
Mar 4, 2020 Raphael Flauger
UC San Diego & KITP
Our Quantum Universe
Jul 22, 2020 Ken Van Tilburg
What is the Nature of Dark Matter?
Sep 2, 2020 Anna Keselman
Stronger Together, Safer Apart... In the Quantum World!
Oct 21, 2020 Antoine Georges
Flatiron Institute
The Quantum Mechanics of LARGE Systems
Nov 18, 2020 Noah Mitchell
KITP Postdoctoral Scholar
The Physics of Form in Living Matter
Dec 1, 2021 Laure Zanna
NYU Courant Institute
Oceans in a Warming Climate
Jun 2, 2022 Lars Bildsten, Hébert Family, David Gross, Elaine Levasseur, Jeremy Sarchet, Anne & Michael Spalter, Boris Shraiman, Harry Reese, Leslie Jones The Legacy of Jean-Pierre Hébert, Pioneer of Algorithmic Art
Sep 28, 2022 Giuseppe Mussardo
Generalized Riemann Hypothesis and Brownian Motion
Nov 30, 2022 Ilaria Caiazzo
Tiny but Powerful: Hunting for Extreme White Dwarfs
Mar 07, 2023 Lina Necib
The Genealogy of the Milky Way and the search for the missing Dark Matter
Apr 19, 2023 Suri Vaikuntanathan
Univ. Chicago
Active Associative Memory
Jul 20, 2023 Natalia Perkins
Univ. of Minnesota
Why are we excited about the Kitaev model?
Nov 29, 2023 Dmitri "Mitya" Chklovskii
Flatiron Institute
Can Neuroscience Help Advance Artificial Intelligence?
Mar 5, 2024 Susan E. Clark
Mapping cosmic magnetism in the space between stars
May 29, 2024 Nathaniel Craig
UC Santa Barbara
The Muon Shot & the Future of Particle Physics