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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09.15 - 10.15 Nicolai Marolf Strominger Dabholkar Gopakumar
Coffee Break
10.45 - 11.15 Björnsson Barnich Castro Virmani Papageorgakis
11.15 - 11.45 Shigemori Hubeny Gutperle Nilsson Lawrence
11.45 - 12.15 Cederwall Hartong Mukhi Hull Stelle
Lunch Break
14.30 - 15.30 Craps Minwalla Ross
Coffee Break
16.00 - 16.30 Teschner Rangamani Narayan
16.30 - 17.00 Teschner


  • Barnich: Aspects of the BMS/CFT correspondence [slides]
  • Bj√∂rnsson: Ultraviolet Behaviour of Supergravity [slides]
  • Castro: Hidden structure of black holes
  • Cederwall: Supergravity with pure spinors [slides]
  • Craps: Emergence of space-time in matrix big bang models
  • Dabholkar: Quantum Black Holes, Wall-crossing, and Mock Modular Forms
  • Gopakumar: Unravelling the String Dual to the Gaussian Matrix Model [slides]
  • Gutperle: Holographic Interface theories and junctions of quantum wires [slides]
  • Hartong: Field Theory on Schroedinger Space-times [slides]
  • Hubeny: Beaming in AdS/CFT [slides]
  • Hull: Double Field Theory and the Geometry of Duality [slides]
  • Lawrence: Natural chaotic inflation [slides]
  • Marolf: Unitarity and Holography in Gravitational Physics [slides]
  • Minwalla: Small Hairy Black Holes in Global AdS5 x S5
  • Mukhi: Aspects of Multiple Membranes [slides]
  • Narayan: Lifshitz spacetimes from AdS null and cosmological solutions [slides]
  • Nicolai: Arithmetic quantum gravity [slides]
  • Nilsson: Non-perturbative strings from automorphic forms [slides]
  • Papageorgakis: Nonabelian (2,0) tensor multiplets and 3-algebras [slides]
  • Rangamani: CFTs in AdS and AdS/CFT [slides]
  • Ross: CFT description of the self-dual orbifold [slides]
  • Shigemori: Exotic branes and non-geometric backgrounds [slides]
  • Stelle: Supersymmetry in D=7 with D=6 boundaries and gauged R-symmetry [slides]
  • Strominger: Microscopic Realization of the Kerr/CFT Correspondence
  • Teschner: Quantization of the Hitchin moduli spaces, Liouville theory and the geometric Langlands correspondence [slides]
  • Virmani: G2 Dualities and their Applications [slides]