Masanori Hanada gives virtual seminars in Finland, India, Japan, Korea, and the UK

Masanori Hanada has been busy travelling the world this month, virtually, giving talks in five countries. On 16 March he spoke at Imperial College on “Encoding the hologram into matrices“. On 17 March he spoke at Swansea University on “Bulk geometry in gauge/gravity duality and color degrees of freedom“. He gave a talk on “Color refinement, Bose-Einstein condensation, and emergent geometry in gauge/gravity duality” at the University of Helsinki on 23 March, at the ICPT in Bangalore on 31 March. The latter presentation is available on youtube (link here). He will speak on the same topic on 5 April at Seoul National University. Masanori has an upcoming talk on 16 April at the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) in Japan, on the topic of “Large-N limit as a second quantization“. A schematic of the accelerator at KEK (link here) is shown below.