The 2023 Dirac Lecture series is dedicated to the subject of Effective Field Theories and the impact it is having on a variety of fields like nuclear and particle physics, flavor physics, and gravity. The lectures will be held in person at the Department of Physics at Florida State University, during February 15-17, 2023. You can find a printable version of the poster here.
You can find below more information on this lectures, including slides and recordings. Visit the Dirac Lectures site for information on other lectures series.
|Zvi Bern||Yuval Grossman||David B. Kaplan|
|University of California, Los Angeles||Cornell University||University of Washington, Seattle|
|Date and times (EDT)||Location||Lecturer||Topic||Recordings, slides, notes|
|2/15/2023, 9:00am - 10:30am||Keen 701||David B. Kaplan||Effective Field Theories in Nuclear and Particle Physics (Part 1)|
|2/15/2023, 1:30pm - 3:00pm||Keen 701||Yuval Grossman||Flavor Physics in the Standard Model and Beyond|
|2/16/2023, 9:00am - 10:30am||Keen 701||David B. Kaplan||Effective Field Theories in Nuclear and Particle Physics (Part 2)|
|2/16/2023, 1:30pm - 3:00pm||Keen 701||Zvi Bern||From Effective Field Theories to Gravitational Waves (Part 1)|
|2/17/2023, 9:00am - 10:30am||Keen 701||Yuval Grossman||Interplay of Flavor Physics and Effective Field Theories|
|2/17/2023, 1:30pm - 3:00pm||Keen 701||Zvi Bern||From Effective Field Theories to Gravitational Waves (Part 2)|
Nick Bonesteel, Fernando Febres Cordero, Kevin Huffenberger, Takemichi Okui, Jorge Piekarewicz, Laura Reina and Kohsaku Tobioka
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