1:30 pm Nuclear and Particle Theory Seminar
3:00 pm Nuclear and Particle Theory Social
4:00 pm Nuclear and Particle Physics Colloquium
12:00 pm – 2:00pm QI Journal Group (Cosman Room)
12:00 pm LNS Lunch Seminar
12:00 pm Dark Matter Journal Club (Ayasli Seminar Room, 6-310)
2:30 pm Tufts/MIT Cosmology (held at the CTP every other week)
4:00 pm Astrophysics Colloquia (Marlar Lounge, 37-252)
3:00 pm String/Gravity Theory Seminar
10:00 am Virtual Lattice Field Theory Colloquium (held at the CTP every 2 weeks)
11:00 am Lattice Group Meeting (Cosman Room)
1:00 pm String/Gravity Group Meeting (Cosman Room)
4:00 pm. Physics Department Colloquium
10:00 Dark Matter discussion (Ayasli Seminar Room, 6-310)
11:00 am QI Group meeting (Cosman Room)
12:30 pm Graduate Student Lunch Club
2:00 pm IAIFI events
4:00 pm EFT Group Meeting
* check web page for seminar time each week
Occasional special seminars will be announced on the main page.
Here’s our archive of past seminar schedules.
CTP Seminar Code of Conduct Statement
CTP seminar code of conduct: CTP members and visitors are expected to uphold the fundamental MIT Physics Community values of well-being, respect, inclusion, collaboration, and mentorship, and to treat one another with respect and decency at all times. While questions, discussions, and scholarly debate are encouraged, we ask that seminar participants be mindful that their words and actions do not stifle the contributions of others, especially participants who may be affected by systemic biases. Harassment, intimidation, or inappropriate remarks about individual characteristics such as gender, race, sexual orientation, physical ability, age, national origin, religion, or citizenship status will not be tolerated.
Other Seminars at MIT and in the Boston area
- Chez Pierre Seminars in Condensed Matter Physics at MIT.
- Particle Theory Seminar at Harvard University. Other HET seminars can be found at the High Energy Theory Group web site.
- Brandeis University’s High Energy and Gravitational Theory Group seminars
- See the Boston Area Physics Calendar for more local area talks.