OCTONIONS AND THE STANDARD MODEL

from Monday, 8 February 2021 (00:00) to Monday, 17 May 2021 (13:00)


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8 Feb 2021
15 Feb 2021
22 Feb 2021
1 Mar 2021
8 Mar 2021
15 Mar 2021
22 Mar 2021
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5 Apr 2021
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3 May 2021
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17 May 2021
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12:00 Finite quantum geometry, octonions and the theory of fundamental particles. - Michel Dubois-Violette (CNRS, Universite Paris-Saclay)   ()
12:00 Supersymmetry and RCHO revisited - Paul Townsend (University of Cambridge)   ()
12:00 Spin (8,9,10), Octonions and the Standard Model - Kirill Krasnov (University of Nottingham)   ()
12:00 Gravity as the square of gauge theory - Leron Borsten (Imperial College London)   ()
12:00 A Magic Pyramid of Supergravity Theories from Yang-Mills Squared - Mia Hughes (Imperial College London)   ()
12:00 Division algebraic symmetry breaking - Nicohl Furey (Humboldt University of Berlin) Mia Hughes (Imperial College London)   ()
12:00 Clifford algebra of the Standard Model - Ivan Todorov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Nuclear Research)   ()
12:00 The Higher Algebra of Supersymmetry - John Huerta (University of Lisbon)   ()
12:00 Can We Understand the Standard Model? - John Baez (University of California, Riverside)   ()
12:00 Can We Understand the Standard Model Using Octonions? - John Baez (University of California, Riverside)   ()
12:00 Spin(11,3), particles and octonions - Kirill Krasnov (University of Nottingham)   ()
12:00 Potentially realistic SO(10) GUTs and their phenomenology - Michal Malinsky (Charles University in Prague)   ()
12:00 Jordan algebras: from QM to 5D supergravity to … Standard Model? - Paul Townsend (University of Cambridge)   ()
12:00 Discussion Session - Shane Farnsworth (Albert Einstein Institute) Nicohl Furey (Humboldt University of Berlin) Jochen Szangolies Tejinder Singh (Tata Institute for Fundamental Research) David Jackson (Independent)   ()
12:00 The standard model, left/right symmetry, and the "magic square" - Latham Boyle (Perimeter Institute)   ()