The Seventh New England String Meeting
Brown University
Friday, November 6, 2015


Free Registration
The meeting is open to all, but it would be helpful to us if you please register by clicking here if you plan to attend.

The Seventh New England String Meeting will be a small, regional one-day conference open to all students, postdocs and faculty. The schedule will leave a generous amount of time for coffee breaks and meals, so people will have plenty of time to chat informally.

Speakers Include
Thomas Hartman (Cornell)
Daniel Jafferis (Harvard)
Igor Klebanov (Princeton)
Gregory Moore (Rutgers)
David Poland (Yale)
Cumrun Vafa (Harvard)

Tentative Schedule
11.00amCumrun Vafa, "FQHE and M-theory"
11.50amThomas Hartman, "Causality Constraints in Conformal Field Theory"
12.40pmLunch at local restaurants
2.10pmIgor Klebanov, "CFTs with O(N) and Sp(N) Symmetry and Higher Spins in (A)dS Space"
3.00pmDavid Poland, "Mysteries in the Bootstrap"
4.20pmGregory Moore, "Monopolia"
5.10pmDaniel Jafferis, "Gravity duals of the simplest Chern-Simons matter theories"
6.00pmDinner at local restaurants

Practical Information
The talks will be held in Room 190 of the Barus-Holley Building, which is located on the northwest corner of George Street and Hope Street.


Brown University is easily accessible by the MBTA from Boston as well as by Amtrak.
Visitor Information

Past Meetings
The First New England String Meeting
The Second New England String Meeting
The Third New England String Meeting
The Fourth New England String Meeting
The Fifth New England String Meeting
The Sixth New England String Meeting

Support for this conference is generously provided by the Simons Foundation.