Category Archives: Talks

Talk: Alexei Grinbaum

The Geneva Symmetry Group, Beyond Spacetime, and the Space and Time After Quantum Gravity Project are happy to present the first talk of the academic year by Alexei Grinbaum (CEA-Saclay/LARSIM) next week: Wednesday, 27 September 2017, 18:00-19:30, Room L107 at … Continue reading

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Talk: Joshua Norton

The Geneva Symmetry Group, Beyond Spacetime, and the Space and Time After Quantum Gravity Project are happy to present Joshua Norton (American University Beirut): Incubating a future metaphysics: quantum gravity Wednesday, 21 September, 18:00 (note the new starting time!) Room … Continue reading

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Talk: Sebastian de Haro

The Geneva Symmetry Group, Beyond Spacetime, and the Space and Time After Quantum Gravity Project are happy to present the following talk: Sebastian de Haro (University of Amsterdam and University of Cambridge): Emergence in Gauge/Gravity Dualities Thursday, 14 January 2016, … Continue reading

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Talk: Nick Huggett

The Geneva Symmetry Group, Beyond Spacetime, and the Space and Time After Quantum Gravity Project are happy to present the following talk: Nick Huggett (University of Illinois, Chicago): What Does it Take to Explain Spacetime? Wednesday, 2 December 2015, 18:15 … Continue reading

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Talk: Kerry McKenzie

The Geneva Symmetry Group, Beyond Spacetime, and the Space and Time After Quantum Gravity Project are happy to present a Geneva skype-in to the following talk, which will physically happen in Chicago: Kerry McKenzie (University of California, San Diego): Against … Continue reading

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Talk: Michael Esfeld

The Geneva Symmetry Group and Beyond Spacetime present Michael Esfeld (Lausanne): Relationalism about space-time and the essence of matter Wednesday, 21 October 2015, 16:15 2, Rue De-Candolle, Room L107 [Map: http://www.openstreetmap.org/%5D Anyone who wishes to attend this talk is welcome. … Continue reading

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