The quiver meeting has a strong focus on supersymmetric gauge theories and their fixed points, brane systems and stringy constructions. Everybody is welcome.
Contact the organiser
For more information on the quiver meeting, and to receive weekly updates with a zoom link, please email Julius Grimminger.
You can watch previous meetings again via the links below:
- Amihay Hanany (16.10.20): Highest Weight Varieties
- Salvo Mancani (9.10.20): Reflecting the Infrared: An Unoriented IR Duality?
- Kenneth Intriligator (2.10.20): 2-group Global Symmetries and Anomalies in 6d QFTs
- Marieke van Beest (25.09.20): (Symplectic) Leaves and (5d Higgs) Branches in the Poly(Gon)esian Tropical Rain Forest
- Marcus Sperling (18.09.20): Quantum Curves and Defects
- Andrés Collinucci (11.09.20): U(1)'s in 5d and 3d - Higgs branches and geometry
- Mohammad Akhond (04.09.20): Taming the orthosymplectic zoo with brane webs
- Matteo Sacchi (21.08.20): 3d Mirrors of the circle reduction of twisted A_2N theories of class S
- Gabi Zafrir (14.08.20): An N=1 Lagrangian for an N=3 SCFT
- Yi-Nan Wang (07.08.20): Quiver and Quiverine from canonical singularity
- Zhenghao Zhong (31.07.20): Quivers with both unitary and special unitary gauge nodes
- Sung-Soo Kim (24.07.20): Fivebrane webs, Higgs branches and Unitary/OSp quivers
- Antoine Bourget (17.07.20): Affine Grassmannian
- Nathan Haouzi (10.07.20): Quantization of SW Geometry
- Mario Martone (03.07.20): CB Stratification and central charge formulae
- Marcus Sperling (26.06.20): 6d N=(1,0) theories and magnetic quivers
- Shlomo Razamat (19.06.20): SQCD and pairs of pants
- Simone Giacomelli (12.06.20): 4d N=2 S-folds
- Julius Grimminger (29.05.20): Hasse diagram of full Moduli space of 3d N=4