Conference Place: Panasonic Auditorium located in the 1st floor of Yukawa Hall (MAP1, MAP2).
Poster Session Place: Y206 (2nd floor) and Y306 (3rd floor) of Yukawa Hall.
Banquet Place: Cafe ``Hokuto'' (2nd floor of University COOP (MAP), 5 min. walk from conference place
The schedule of this workshop is as shown below:
The PDF files are available here: [Time table] [Detailed program] [Poster abstracts] [Participants list].
Speakers and Titles
Roberto Emparan (Barcelona)
"The large D limit of General Relativity"
Thomas Faulkner (IAS, Princeton)
"Entanglement Renyi Entropies for Disjoint Intervals in AdS/CFT"
Steven Gubser (Princeton)
"Finite momentum at string endpoints"
Masanori Hanada (Hakubi Center, YITP, Kyoto)
"Numerical test of the gauge/gravity duality: supergravity, alpha' and g_s"
Simeon Hellerman (Kavli IPMU, Tokyo)
"Chern-Simons-Matter Theory and its Holographic Dual"
Gary Horowitz (UCSB)
"General Relativity and the Cuprates"
Akihiro Ishibashi (Kinki)
"General relativity in AdS"
Andreas Karch (UW, Seattle)
"Diffeomorphism Invariance and Non-relativistic Holography"
Seok Kim (Seoul National)
"M5-brane indices from 5d gauge theories"
Kimyeong Lee (KIAS)
"The Supersymmetric M5 Brane Theories on RxCP2"
Sungjay Lee (Chicago)
"3d Chern-Simons Theory from M5 Branes"
Juan Maldacena (IAS, Princeton)
"Generalized gravitational entropy and the Ryu-Takayanagi formula"
Shiraz Minwalla (TIFR)
"Bose Fermi duality in Chern Simons theory coupled to a single fundamental
boson and fermion"
Robert Myers (Perimeter)
"On Spacetime Entanglement"
Makoto Natsuume (KEK)
"The enhanced holographic superconductor: is it possible?"
Jaemo Park (Postech)
"Exploration of Seiberg-like dualities in 2+1-dimensions"
Joseph Polchinski (KITP, UCSB)
"Gauge/Gravity Duality and the Black Hole Interior"
Masaki Shigemori (Hakubi Center, YITP, Kyoto)
"Aspects of exotic branes"
Sang-Jin Sin (Hanyang)
"Non-spherical collapse and Early Thermalization"
Jiro Soda (Kyoto)
"Dynamical Instability of Lovelock AdS Black Holes"
Piljin Yi (KIAS)
"Quiver Scaling Regimes and Black Holes"