List of Speakers

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66Professor Jean Zinn-Justin
  CEA/IRFU Centre de Saclay, Institut de Physique Theorique, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
 Title:Issues in Theoretical Physics, 2014
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65Professor Roger Chevalier
  University of Virginia
 Title:The death and afterlife of massive stars, 2013
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64Professor Ignacio Cirac
  Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany
 Title:Quantum information and many-body quantum systems., 2012
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63Professor Ramesh Narayan
  Harvard University
 Title:The Many Faces of Accretion, 2013
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62Professor Dam T. Son
  University of Chicago
 Title:From Gauge/Gravity Duality to Condensed Matter, 2012
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61Professor Robert Kirshner
  Harvard University
 Title:Exploding Stars and the Accelerating Universe, 2011
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60Professor John Kormendy
  Dept. of Astronomy, University of Texas at Austin; Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physic
 Title:The Structure and Evolution of Galaxies, 2012
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59Professor Serge Haroche
  ENS, Paris and College de France
 Title:Fundamental tests of quantum physics with atoms and photons in a box., 2011
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58Professor Lance J. Dixon
  Stanford Linear Accelarator Center
 Title:New Perspectives on Scattering in Gauge Theory and Gravity, 2011
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57Professor Igor Aleiner
  Columbia University
 Title:Many body localization, 2010
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56Professor Lev Pitaevskii
  University of Trento, Italy
 Title:Ultracold gases as a new tool in condensed matter physics, 2010
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55Professor Phuan Ong
  Department of Physics, Princeton University
 Title:Current Topics in Condensed Matter Physics: Cuprate Superconductors, Dirac Materials, and Topological Insulators, 2010
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54Professor Thomas Spencer
  Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
 Title:Statistical Mechanics, Phase Transitions and Random Matrices, 2010
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53Professor Rashid Sunyaev
  Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching, Germany
 Title:Interaction of matter and radiation under extreme astrophysical conditions, 2013
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52Professor George Pickett
  Lancaster University
 Title:Superfluid 3He in the Zero-Temperature Limit: “Pure” Quantum Behaviour, 2014
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51Professor Mikhail Lukin
  Harvard University
 Title:New Frontiers of Quantum Optics, 2016
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50Professor Brent Tully
  Institute for Astronomy, Hawaii
 Title:The Near Field Cosmology, 2016
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49Professor Zhi - Xun Shen
  Stanford University
 Title:Quantum Materials in restricted Dimension, 2015
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48Professor Bernard Derrida
  ENS Paris
 Title:Statistical Mechanics of Systems out of Equilibrium, 2011
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47Professor Mark Raizen
  University of Texas at Austin
 Title:Controlling the Motion of Matter with Light, 2009
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46Professor David R. Nelson
  Harvard University
 Title:Condensed Matter Physics and Quantitative Biology, 2009
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45Professor Abhay Ashtekar
  Penn State University
 Title:Big Bang, Black Holes and the Quantum: Physics Beyond General Relativity, 2009
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44Professor Alain Aspect
  Institut d'Optique, Palaiseau
 Title:The New Quantum Age, 2009
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43Professor Gordon Kane
  University of Michigan
 Title:Dark matter, LHC, and string theory, 2008
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42Professor Immanuel Bloch
  Johannes-Gutenberg University, Mainz
 Title:Exploring Quantum Matter with Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices, 2008
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41Professor Scott Tremaine
  Princeton University
 Title:The Long Term Dynamical Evolution of Planetary Systems, 2008
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40Professor James Langer
  University of California at Santa Barbara
 Title:Adventures in the Theory of Glassy Materials, 2007
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39Professor Jon Keating
  University of Bristol
 Title:Quantum Chaos, Random Matrix Theory and Number Theory, 2007
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38Professor Peter Zoller
  University of Innsbruck
 Title:Condensed Matter Physics and Quantum Information with Quantum Optics, 2007
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37Professor Subir Sachdev
  Harvard University
 Title:Quantum Phase Transitions, 2007
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36Professor Jonathan L. Rosner
  University of Chicago
 Title:Successes and Mysteries in Particle Physics, 2007
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35Professor Paul Steinhardt
  Princeton University, USA
 Title:New Ideas about the Origin and Future of the Universe, 2006
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34Professor Leonard Susskind
  Stanford University, U.S.A.
 Title:New Paradigms for the 21st Century, 2006
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33Professor Michael Dine
  University of California at Santa-Cruz
 Title:Beyond the Standard Model: A Confrontation with Fundamental Questions, 2006
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32Professor Edward Witten
  nstitute for Advanced Study, USA
 Title:Adventures in Theoretical Physics, 2006
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31Professor Michel Devoret
  Yale University, USA
 Title:Quantum-Mechanical Integrated Circuits, 2005
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30Professor Eanna Flanagan
  Cornell University, New York
 Title:General Relativity in the 21st Century (In Memory Of Nathan Rosen), 2005
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29Professor Albert J. Libchaber
  Rockefeller University, NY U.S.A.
 Title:Aspects of Biological Evolution and Computation, 2005
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28Professor Michael E. Fisher
  University of Maryland, U.S.A.
 Title:Statistical Physics and the Triumph of Models, 2004
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27Professor Mathias Fink
  Ecole Superieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles
 Title:Time Reversal Properties of Complex and Chaotic Media, 2004
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26Professor Donald Lynden-Bell
  University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 Title:Jets Magnetism and Gravomagnetism, 2004
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25Professor Mikhail Shifman
  University of Minnesota, U.S.A.
 Title:Explorations of QCD with Supersymmetric Tools (In Memory of Michael (Misha) Marinov), 2003
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24Professor Thierry Giamarchi
  University of Geneva, Switzerland
 Title:Disorder and Interactions in Electron Systems, 2003
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23Professor Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
  Ecole Normale Superieure
 Title:Atom-Photon interactions: Basic processes and applications, 2002
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22Professor Jean Dalibard
  Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
 Title:Ultra-Cold Atomic Gases, 2000
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21Professor Nathan Seiberg
  Princeton University
 Title:New developments in Field Theory and string Theory, 2000
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20Professor Dr. Charles Bennett
  IBM Watson Research Center, U.S.A.
 Title:Quantum Information, 2000
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19Professor Michael Berry, FRS
  University of Bristol, United Kingdom
 Title:Aspects of Physical Asymptotics, 1999
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18Professor Joel Lebowitz
  Rutgers University, New Brunswick, U.S.A.
 Title:Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics, 1998
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17Professor Ramamurti Shankar
  Yale University, USA
 Title:Field Theory for Electrons, 1999
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16Professor Peter Goldreich
  Caltech, U.S.A
 Title:Turbulence in Space, 1999
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15Professor Julius Wess
  Ludwig-Maxmilians University, Munich
 Title:Symmetry and Supersymmetry, 1999
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14Professor Boris Altshuler
  NEC Research Institute
 Title:Interactions and Chaos in Mesoscopic Quantum Systems, 1997
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13Professor David Thoules
  Washington University, Seattle
 Title:Topological Quantum Numbers, 1997
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12Professor Martin C. Gutzwiller
  IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
 Title:Chaos: From Astrophysics to Microphysics, 1997
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11Professor Bertrand J. Halperin
  Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
 Title:The Quantum Hall Effect, 1996
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10Professor Gerard t Hooft
  Universiteit Utrecht
 Title:Non-Abelian Gauge Theories as the Fundamental Interactions, 1995
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9Professor Anton Zeilinger
  University of Vienna
 Title:Photon Entanglement: from Fundamental Questions to Quantum Communication and Quantum Computation (In Memory of Asher Peres), 2008
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8Professor David Ruelle
  IHES, Bures-sur-Yvette, France
 Title:Decay of Correlations in Dynamical Systems, 1995
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7Professor Barry Barish
  Caltech
 Title:Gravitational Waves: A New Frontier in Science, 2016
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6Professor Gianni Jona-Lasinio
  Sapienza University of Rome
 Title:Non-equilibrium thermodynamics via the study of large fluctuations, 2016
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5Professor Alessandra Buonanno
  Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics
 Title:The New Era of Gravitational Wave Physics and Astrophysics, 2017
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4Professor Prof. Daniel Fisher
  Stanford University
 Title:Towards understanding of evolutionary dynamics, 2017
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3Professor Michael E. Peskin
  SLAC
 Title:The Secret Relationship of the Top Quark and the Higgs Boson, 2017
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2Professor Rainer Blatt
  Universitaet Innsbruck
 Title:Quantum information processing with trapped ions, 2017
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1Professor Jean Dalibard
  College de France and Kastler Brossel laboratory (Paris, France)
 Title:Exploring Flatland with cold atoms, 2018