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Seminar by Javier Subils (Nordita)

Speaker: Javier Subils – Nordita Place and time: Naustið (Endurmenntun building), March 2, 2023, 14.30 Title: A holographic view on monopoles, baryons and confinement Abstract: Understanding the phase diagram of QCD at finite density and temperature remains one of the most prominent open problems in modern physics. In this talk, I will present a model

Nordic Network for Diversity in Physics: Fourth Annual Conference

The fourth edition of the NORNDiP conference will be a conference in hybrid form. It will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland on 18-19 August 2022 with the possibility of joining virtually on Zoom. Physics sessions: Speakers Victoria L. Martin, University of Iceland Namiko Mitarai, Niels Bohr Institute Carole Mundell, University of Bath Emiliya Yordanova, Swedish Institute of

PhD Positions in Theoretical High-Energy Physics at the University of Iceland

The Science Institute, University of Iceland, invites applications for up to three PhD positions in theoretical high-energy physics. Field of work  The successful candidates will join a research group engaged in frontline research at the intersection between quantum field theory and gravitational theory in the Mathematics Division of the Science Institute. The research is funded

New MS programme in Theoretical physics

The University of Iceland offers New Master Programme in Theoretical physics. The programme is a collaboration between the Department of Physics at the University of Iceland, and the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics. The programme is offered in English. The programme aims to provide students with up-to-date knowledge of contemporary physics in the main areas