Events and Activities

Explore current and upcoming events and activities happening at the Institute for Advanced Study.

Nov 21

Pilates Classes

Pilates Classes taught by Irene Valentin. No reservation needed. Yoga mat or towel suggested.
Nov 21

Working Seminar on Nonabelian Hodge Theory

10:00am | Simonyi Hall 101
Nov 21

Institute for Advanced Study Informal Astrophysics Seminar

Non-Gaussianity & the Spectral Tilt
Daniel Green
11:00am | Bloomberg Hall, Astrophysics Library
Cosmological observations have revealed a small but non-zero deviation for scale invariance but remain consistent with perfectly Gaussian initial conditions.  I will discuss...
Nov 21


A Digital Information System for the History of Astral Sciences (DISHAS): Why, and How?
Matthieu Husson
Nov 21

Princeton University Thunch Talk - Added

Time-domain & Muli-messenger Astrophysics in the Era of Big Data
Ashley Villar
12:15pm | Peyton Hall, Room 033 (basement)
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) will begin science operations in 2022 and is expected to increase the discovery rate of extragalactic transients by two orders of...
Nov 21

Rutgers University Astrophysics Seminar

Are Exoplanetary Systems Flat?
Kento Masuda
1:30pm | Serin Hall, Room W330
Unlike in the solar system, orbits of exoplanets are occasionally highly eccentric and/or misaligned with the stellar equator. These observations naturally question the...
Nov 21

Hamilton Colloquium Series

The Revolution of Silicon Photonics
Michal Lipson
4:00pm | Jadwin Hall, Room A10
We are now experiencing a revolution in optical technologies, where one can print and control massive optical circuits, on a microelectronic chip. This revolution is enabling...
Nov 21

Joint IAS/Princeton University Number Theory Seminar

Canonical integral models of Shimura varieties
George Pappas
4:30pm | Simonyi Hall 101
We will discuss the problem of constructing and characterizing uniquely, integral models of Shimura varieties over some primes where non-smooth reduction is expected....
Nov 22

Princeton University HSC Group Discussion

General Discussion
10:00am | Peyton Hall, Room 025