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The Kavli Asian Winter School (KAWS) on Strings, Particles and Cosmology is a pan-Asian collaborative effort of high energy theorists from China, India, Korea, and Japan to give young researchers in Asia an opportunity to come together and learn about the latest developments in high energy theory from leading experts on the subject.
This school is aimed towards advanced graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and active researchers in the field. This is the 18th in a series of Asian Winter Schools that have been organized on a rotating basis between China, India, Korea, and Japan. We welcome students from all of these participating countries as well as students from outside.
The previous Asian Winter Schools in this series have provided young researchers with opportunity for discussions with leading experts in diverse areas and also for initiating collaboration with other young researchers from different countries. We hope that 18th KAWS will continue this tradition.
Invited Lecturers:
Fernando Alday (Oxford): Conformal Bootstrap
Clay Cordova (Chicago): Generalized Symmetries
Sergei Gukov (Caltech): Machine Learning and QFT/Strings
Veronika Hubeny (UC Davis): Quantum Information and Holography
Igor Klebanov (Princeton): Confinement and QCD strings
Hong Liu (MIT): Algebraic Quantum Field Theories and Quantum Gravity
Ana-Maria Raclariu (Perimeter): Celestial Holography
Susanne Reffert (Bern): Large-charge Expansions in QFT

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