July 31, 2023 to August 4, 2023
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
America/Toronto timezone

Invited Speakers and Accepted Talks

Invited Speakers

Chi Fang (Anthony) Chen, California Institute of Technology

Patrick Hayden, Stanford University

Tamara Kohler, Universidad Complutense Madrid

Juan Maldacena, Institute for Advanced Study

Alex Maloney, McGill University

Rob Myers, Perimeter Institute

Monika Schleier-Smith, Stanford University

Douglas Stanford, Stanford University

Shreya Vardhan, Stanford University

Accepted Talks

Gong Cheng, Chunjun Cao and Brian Swingle    Large N Matrix Quantum Mechanics as a Quantum Memory

Alex May, David Perez-Garcia and Aleksander Kubicki    Constraints on physical computers in holographic spacetimes

Jeevan Chandra Namburi and Thomas Hartman    Toward random tensor networks and holographic codes in CFT

Yijian Zou, Shengqi Sang and Timothy H. Hsieh   Channeling quantum criticality

Olga Papadoulaki and Panos Betzios     Microstates of a 2d Black Hole in string theory

*Ping Gao and Hong Liu   An effective field theory for non-maximal quantum chaos

Flaminia Giacomini, Thomas Galley and John Selby     Any consistent coupling between classical gravity and quantum matter is fundamentally irreversible

Hiroki Sukeno and Takuya Okuda   Measurement-based quantum simulation of Abelian lattice gauge theories

Javier Magan, Vijay Balasubramanian, Albion Lawrence and Martin Sasieta  Microscopic origin of the entropy of black holes

Pedro Jorge Martinez, Valentín Benedetti and Horacio Casini    Mutual Information of Holographic Generalized Free Fields

Elliott Gesteau  Large N von Neumann Algebras and the renormalization of Newton's constant

Gautam Satishchandran, Robert Wald, Jonah Kudler-Flam and Daine Danielson   Horizons are Watching You

Alexey Milekhin and Fedor Popov  Measurement-induced phase transition in teleportation and wormholes

*Felix Haehl, Mark Mezei, Gabor Sarosi and Changha Choi   Effective description of sub-maximal chaos: stringy effects for SYK scrambling

Gonzalo Torroba, Horacio Casini and Ignacio Salazar Landea    Irreversibility, QNEC, and defects

Chris Akers, Ronak Soni and Annie Wei   Topological Theories in the Lattice and Continuum

Michael Winer and Brian Swingle  The Riemann Zeta Function, Poincare Recurrence, and the Spectral Form Factor

Stefano Antonini, Gregory Bentsen, Chunjun Cao, Brianna Grado-White, Jonathan Harper, Shao-Kai Jian and Brian Swingle   Measurements in holographic systems: current status and future directions

Ludovico Lami, Julen S. Pedernales and Martin Plenio    Testing the quantumness of gravity without entanglement

Isaac Kim and John Preskill    Complementarity and the unitarity of the black hole S-matrix

Antony Speranza, Kristan Jensen and Jonathan Sorce     Type II_1 algebras for local subregions in quantum gravity

Xi Dong, Donald Marolf and Pratik Rath   A Large Holographic Code and its Geometric Flows

Matthew Steinberg, Sebastian Feld and Alexander Jahn    Holographic Codes from Hyperinvariant Tensor Networks

Valérie Bettaque and Brian Swingle     NoRA: A Tensor Network Ansatz for Volume-Law Entangled Equilibrium States of Highly Connected Hamiltonians

Chunjun Cao, Wissam Chemissany, Alexander Jahn and Zoltan Zimboras    Approximate observables from non-isometric maps: de Sitter tensor networks with overlapping qubits

Harriet Apel, Toby Cubitt, Patrick Hayden, Tamara Kohler and David Perez Garcia Security  of position-based cryptography limits Hamiltonian simulation via holography

David Kolchmeyer     von Neumann algebras in JT gravity with matter

Ted Jacobson and Manus Visser   Partition function of a volume of space

Patrick Orman, Hrant Gharibyan and John Preskill      Spectral properties of the sparse SYK model, with analysis of recent experimental simulation of holography

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