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Black Holes and Holography: Mini-Course - 2007

Black Holes and Holography: Mini-Course with Lenny Susskind

 

Vendredi mar 30, 2007
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Distinguished theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind, Professor of Physics at Stanford, will give a series of lectures on Black Holes and Holography at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.  This mini-course is open to all university professors and students.

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Jeudi mar 29, 2007
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Distinguished theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind, Professor of Physics at Stanford, will give a series of lectures on Black Holes and Holography at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.  This mini-course is open to all university professors and students.

Scientific Areas: 

 

Vendredi mar 23, 2007
Speaker(s): 


Distinguished theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind, Professor of Physics at Stanford, will give a series of lectures on Black Holes and Holography at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.  This mini-course is open to all university professors and students.

Scientific Areas: 

 

Jeudi mar 22, 2007
Speaker(s): 


Distinguished theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind, Professor of Physics at Stanford, will give a series of lectures on Black Holes and Holography at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.  This mini-course is open to all university professors and students.

Scientific Areas: 

 

Vendredi mar 16, 2007
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Distinguished theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind, Professor of Physics at Stanford, will give a series of lectures on Black Holes and Holography at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.  This mini-course is open to all university professors and students.

 

Jeudi mar 15, 2007
Speaker(s): 


Distinguished theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind, Professor of Physics at Stanford, will give a series of lectures on Black Holes and Holography at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.  This mini-course is open to all university professors and students.

Scientific Areas: