INT Seminar Schedule and Participant List
Institute for Nuclear Theory
University of Washington
C411 Physics/Astronomy Building
Box 351550, Seattle WA 98195-1550
Office: 206-685-3360
Fax: 206-685-9829

Program INT-08-1: From Strings to Things: String Theory Methods in QCD and Hadron Physics

Program participants for the week of March 24 - March 28, 2008

Stanley Brodsky Stanford University 3/23-3/29
Guy de Teramond Ecole Polytechnique 3/23-4/12
Christopher Herzog Princeton University 3/25-4/12
Veronika Hubeny CEA Saclay 3/23-4/5
Keijo Kajantie University of Helsinki 3/23-4/4
Youngman Kim KIAS 3/23-4/5
Hong Liu MIT 3/23-3/28
Krishna Rajagopal MIT 3/24-3/28
Mukund Rangamani Durham Univeristy 3/23-4/5
Stephen Shenker Stanford University 3/23-3/29
Dam T. Son INT 3/24-6/6
Mikhail Stephanov University of IL, Chicago 3/23-3/29
Derek Teaney SUNY, Stony Brook 3/23-4/20
Sho Yaida Stanford University 3/23-3/30



This Week's Seminars:


Monday, March 24, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

2:00 pm - Keijo Kajantie, University of Helsinki
Seminar on: "Expanding conformal matter in gauge theory/gravity duality"

Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

9:30 am - Mukund Rangamani, Durham University
Seminar on: "Nonlinear hydrodynamics from gravity"

Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

11:00 am - Sho Yaida, Stanford University
Seminar on: "The viscosity bound and causality violation"

Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Stephen Shenker, Stanford Univeristy
Seminar on: "Black hole singularity and information loss in AdS/CFT"

Thursday, March 27, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Hong Liu, MIT
Seminar on: "A prediction from string theory, with strings attached"

Friday, March 28, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

9:30 am - Stanley Brodsky, Stanford University
Seminar on: "AdS/QCD and hadronic phenomena"

Friday, March 28, 2008
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

11:00 am TBA
Seminar on: "TBA"

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