## 2024

### Particle Theory Seminar: The quantum mechanics of a perfect fluid. - Riccardo Rattazzi, EPFL

1:30 pm MCP 201

The quantum mechanics of a perfect fluid.

**May**

**29**

### Particle Theory Seminar: Zhen Liu, University of Minnesota

1:30 pm MCP 201

**May**

**22**

### Special Kadanoff Lunch Seminar: Hierarchy construction for fractional quantum hall states via condensable algebras. - Carolyn Zhang, Harvard

12:00 pm MCP 3rd Floor Atrium

Hierarchy construction for fractional quantum hall states via condensable algebras.

**May**

**21**

### Kadanoff Seminar: Generalized Higher Landau Levels: Quantized Integrated Trace Formula and Implication for non-Abelian States. - Jie Wang, Harvard University

1:30 pm MCP 201

Generalized Higher Landau Levels: Quantized Integrated Trace Formula and Implication for non-Abelian States.

**May**

**20**

### Particle Theory Seminar: Momentum shift and on-shell constructible massive amplitudes. - Yohei Ema, University of Minnesota

1:30 pm MCP 201

Momentum shift and on-shell constructible massive amplitudes.

**May**

**15**

### Kadanoff Seminar: On the Stability of the Chern Number for 2D Fermionic Topological Phases. - Nikita Sopenko, IAS

1:30 pm MCP 201

On the Stability of the Chern Number for 2D Fermionic Topological Phases.

**May**

**13**

### Particle Theory Seminar: Primordial Black Holes from Axion Domain Walls. - David Dunsky, New York University

1:30 pm MCP 201

Primordial Black Holes from Axion Domain Walls.

**May**

**8**

### Kadanoff Seminar: Solving a strongly interacting scalar quantum field theory in four dimensions. - Thimo Preis, University of Heidelberg

1:30 pm MCP 201

Solving a strongly interacting scalar quantum field theory in four dimensions.

**May**

**6**

### Kadanoff Seminar: Analyticity and the Unruh effect. - Jonathan Sorce, MIT

1:30 pm

Analyticity and the Unruh effect.

**Apr**

**29**

### Kadanoff Seminar: Spectral Form Factors of attractively interacting fermions. - Victor Gurarie, University of Colorado

1:30 pm MCP 201

Spectral Form Factors of attractively interacting fermions.

**Apr**

**22**