The Strings 2018 conference, which convened international experts and researchers to discuss string theory, took place from June 25–29, 2018, in Okinawa, Japan. The annual international Strings conferences, which have been held every year since 1995, are focal points in the field, with scientists from around the world presenting new work and reviewing the most recent developments.
View the talks by Institute Faculty, including Carl P. Feinberg Professor Juan Maldacena, Professor Nathan Seiberg, and Charles Simonyi Professor Edward Witten, as well as past and present Members and Visitors.
50 years of string theory by Michael Green
Of crises and revolutions by Gabriele Veneziano
50th anniversary of string theory by Juan Maldacena
Two questions about gravity by Shiraz Minwalla
50th anniversary of ST by Eva Silverstein
Black holes as normal quantum systems by Douglas Stanford
What is perturbative string theory? by Xi Yin
The future of string theory conferences chaired by David Gross