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Videos from Prospects in Theoretical Physics 2017

Published 2017

Dan Komoda
Nima Arkani-Hamed gives a lecture, “Where in the World are SUSY & WIMPS?” 

PiTP 2017, titled "Particle Physics at the LHC and Beyond," took place from July 17 to July 28, 2017, and covered topics ranging from experimental results in particle physics to prospects for physics beyond the standard model. 

The Strong CP Problem by Michael Dine

New Approaches to the Hierarchy Problem I by Nathaniel Craig

What We Know and Don't Know about Dark Matter by Neal Weiner

Solutions of the Strong CP Problem: An Assessment by Michael Dine

New Approaches to the Hierarchy Problem II by Nathaniel Craig

Neutrino Physics I by André de Gouvêa

Histories and Models of Dark Matter by Neal Weiner

Signals of Dark Matter by Neal Weiner

New Approaches to the Hierarchy Problem III by Nathaniel Craig

Neutrino Physics II by André de Gouvêa

Axion Cosmology and Axion Searches: Old and New Ideas by Michael Dine

Where in the World are SUSY & WIMPS? by Nima Arkani-Hamed

Relic Neutrinos by Chris Tully

Collider Physics from the Bottom Up by Nima Arkani-Hamed

Neutrino Physics III by André de Gouvêa

CMB & LSS: Overview of linear theory and Cosmological Background by David Spergel

New Physics at the LHC and Beyond I by Liantao Wang

Dark Matter at the LHC by Mariangela Lisanti

Determining Cosmological Parameters from CMB & LSS by David Spergel

New Physics at the LHC and Beyond II by Liantao Wang

New Searches for Dark Matter and Dark Sectors I by Rouven Essig

New Physics at the LHC and Beyond III by Liantao Wang

New Experimental Directions for Fundamental Physics I by Peter Graham

New Searches for Dark Matter and Dark Sectors II by Rouven Essig

New Searches for Dark Matter and Dark Sectors III by Rouven Essig

New Experimental Directions for Fundamental Physics II by Peter Graham

LHC Update by Jim Olsen

CMB & LSS as Probes of Initial Conditions: Non-Guassianities, Gravitational Waves by David Spergel

Future Accelerators by Nima Arkani-Hamed


Prospects in Theoretical Physics is an intensive two-week summer program typically designed for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars considering a career in theoretical physics. First held by the School of Natural Sciences at the Institute for Advanced Study in the summer of 2002, the PiTP program is designed to provide lectures and informal sessions on the latest advances and open questions in various areas of theoretical physics. Prospects in Theoretical Physics builds on the strong relationship of the research groups at the Institute and Princeton University, and many faculty members from the physics departments at both institutions are actively involved in the program together with scientists from neighboring institutions.