June 21 - July 2, 2021 | ICTP-SAIFR, São Paulo

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Strings 2021 is an annual conference that brings together the entire string theory community. Besides reviews of major developments in the field and specialized talks on specific topics, an important novelty will be several informal discussions involving two researchers and the conference participants. There will also be a public lecture and outreach activity “Ask a String Theorist” during the weekend. 

Strings 2021 will be held online during the two-week period June 21 – July 2, 2021 from 9:30 – 15:00 in São Paulo (8:30 – 14:00 in NY, 14:30 – 20:00 in Paris).

Local nodes will be coordinated worldwide for the joint viewing of talks and discussion sessions, and online satellite meetings during other time periods will be linked on this webpage. There will also be a gong show session of 5-minute talks by PhD students and a poster session using Zoom breakout rooms.

 

Click here to register to watch the Zoom broadcast of Strings 2021.

Click here to organize a local institutional node to watch the broadcast.

Click here to register a satellite meeting of Strings 2021.

Satellite Meetings

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

[R] Ofer Aharony (Weizmann Institute)

[T] Lara Anderson (Virginia Tech)

[D] Nima Arkani-Hamed (Institute for Advanced Study)

[D] Daniel Baumann (U of Amsterdam)

[G] Alek Bedroya (Harvard U)

[D] Jan de Boer (U of Amsterdam)

[D] Freddy Cachazo (Perimeter Institute)

[T] Simon Caron-Huot (McGill U)

[T] Horacio Casini (Centro Atómico Bariloche)

[D] Miranda Cheng (U of Amsterdam)

[T] Frank Coronado (McGill U)

[T] Kevin Costello (Perimeter Institute)

[D] Mirjam Cvetic (U of Pennsylvania)

[S] Atish Dabholkar (ICTP Trieste)

[T] Mykola Dedushenko (Stony Brook U)

[D] Lance Dixon (Stanford U)

[D] Michael Douglas (Stony Brook U)

[D] Sergei Dubovsky (New York U)

[T] Lorenz Eberhardt (Institute for Advanced Study)

[D] Netta Engelhardt (MIT)

[T] Matthias Gaberdiel (ETH Zurich)

[P] Sylvester James Gates Jr. (Brown U)

[G] Agash Goel (Princeton U)

[T] Jaume Gomis (Perimeter Institute)

[G] Eduardo Gonzalo (U Madrid)

[D] Rajesh Gopakumar (ICTS Bangalore)

[T] Mariana Grana (U Paris Saclay)

[T] Alba Grassi (U of Geneva and CERN)

[D] Michael Green (Cambridge U)

[D] David Gross (KITP/UC Santa Barbara)

[R] Alfredo Guevara (Harvard U)

[G] Yangrui Hu (Brown U)

[T] Kristan Jensen (U of Victoria)

[T] Clifford Johnson (U of Southern California)

[D] Shamit Kachru (Stanford U)

[D] Vladimir Kazakov (Ecole Normale Superieure)

[D] Igor Klebanov (Princeton U)

[T] Zohar Komargodski (Simons Center for Geom. and Physics)

[R] Shota Komatsu (CERN)

[D] Gregory Korchemsky (U Paris Saclay)

[G] Jonah Kudler-Flam (U Chicago)

[G] Suman Kundu (Tata Inst. for Fundamental Research)

[G] Hazel Mak (Brown U)

[D] Juan Maldacena (Institute for Advanced Study)

[D] Lionel Mason (Oxford U)

[D] Samir Mathur (Ohio State U)

[T] Alex May (U British Columbia)

[T] John McGreevy (UC San Diego)

[T] Thomas Mertens (Ghent U)

[T] Shiraz Minwalla (Tata Inst. for Fundamental Research)

[T] Sebastian Mizera (Institute for Advanced Study)

[T] Sameer Murthy (King´s College London)

[T] Jeff Murugan (U of Cape Town)

[D] Rob Myers (Perimeter Institute)

[D] Chiara Nappi (Princeton U)

[G] Sruthi Narayanan (Harvard U)

[D] Yuji Okawa (U of Tokyo)

[S] Hirosi Ooguri (Caltech and Kavli IPMU)

[T] Leopoldo Pando-Zayas (U of Michigan)

[D] Shruti Paranjape (U of Michigan)

[R] Sabrina Pasterski (Princeton U)

[D] Silvia Penati (Milan Bicocca U)

[D] João Penedones (École Polytech. Féd. de Lausanne)

[T] Geoff Penington (UC Berkeley)

[T] Roger Penrose (Oxford U)

[T] Pavel Putrov (ICTP Trieste)

[D] Fernando Quevedo (Cambridge U)

[T] Mukund Rangamani (UC Davis)

[R] Leonardo Rastelli (Stony Brook U)

[D] Fabian Ruehle (Oxford U)

[T] Sakura Schafer-Nameki (Oxford U)

[R] Oliver Schlotterer (Uppsala U)

[D] John Schwarz (Caltech)

[D] Nathan Seiberg (Institute for Advanced Study)

[T] Ashoke Sen (Harish-Chandra Research Institute)

[R] Shu-Heng Shao (Institute for Advanced Study)

[D] Steve Shenker (Stanford U)

[D] Gary Shiu (U of Wisconsin-Madison)

[T] Xavier Siemens (Oregon State U)

[D] Eva Silverstein (Stanford U)

[T] Dam Thanh Son (U Chicago)

[R] Douglas Stanford (Stanford U)

[D] Andy Strominger (Harvard U)

[T] Yuji Tachikawa (Kavli IPMU and U of Tokyo)

[T] Grigory Tarnopolsky (Carnegie Mellon U)

[D] Tomasz Taylor (Northeastern U)

[T] Gonzalo Torroba (Centro Atómico Bariloche)

[G] Erez Urbach (Weizmann U)

[R] Irene Valenzuela (Harvard U)

[T] Cumrun Vafa (Harvard U)

[T] Anastasia Volovich (Brown U)

[D] Gabriele Veneziano (CERN)

[T] Congkao Wen (Queen Mary U of London)

[D] Xiao-Gang Wen (MIT)

[D] Edward Witten (Institute for Advanced Study)

[D] Xi Yin (Harvard U)

[G] Ahmadullah Zahed (Bangalore Indian Inst. of Science)

[T] Ying Zhao (Institute for Advanced Study)

[D] Alexander Zhiboedov (CERN)

[G] Zhenghao Zhong (Imperial College)

[D] Barton Zwiebach (MIT)

STRINGS 2021 LOCAL ORGANIZERS

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Nathan Berkovits
(ICTP-SAIFR/IFT-UNESP)

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Andrei Mikhailov
(IFT-UNESP)

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Horatiu Nastase
(IFT-UNESP)

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Victor de Oliveira Rivelles
(IF-USP)

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Diego Trancanelli
(IF-USP/Modena U.)

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Pedro Vieira
(ICTP-SAIFR/Perimeter I.)

International Advisory Committee

Previous Strings Conferences

A convenient link with all talks at previous Strings meetings is hosted by Yuji Tachikawa at

https://member.ipmu.jp/yuji.tachikawa/stringsmirrors/

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