I was invited to give a seminar on our recent papers at the String Seminar UvA. This talk, titled “At the late-time boundary of de Sitter” was based on the two main papers that came out of SymAcc.
I was invited to present all the two papers that collect the results from SymAcc at Cambridge at DAMTP Cosmology Lunch seminar series on November 8th and at Department of Physics Battcock Coffe Seminars on November 10th. This was a
Upon interest in our work from the String Theory group at CEICO, I gave a seminar on scalar two-point functions at the late-time boundary of de Sitter and the late-time operators we previously introduced by discussing how they correspond to
For details of the talks and speakers and participants involved visit the workshop webpage. You can find a recording of the talks at the conference Youtube channel. Between 4-8 October 2021, we held the online workshop ∀ Λ Holography@ Prague
I participated at the FZU outreach event Chat with Scientists. This was a new attempt towards incorporating online the “Researchers’ night” event, yearly held across European institutes.
I attended the in person workshop Quantum Features in a de Sitter Universe and presented at the discussion session “The de Sitter Group and the Euclidean Techniques” held jointly with Victor Gorbenko. This was a very nice change to be
At the XIV. International Workshop on Lie Theory and its Applications in Physics (LT14), a conference that aims to bring together mathematicians and physicists working on aspects of Lie Theory, I presented our work with a talk titled ” Principal
I gave the talk titled “Cosmology as told by symmetries” as part of Boğaziçi University Physics Department seminars, held online due to the pandemic.
Within the 18th Physics Week, I gave a seminar where my aim was to encourage senior graduate students to start thinking seriously about grant applications, decorated with stories from my own experience. Physics week is an event held once a
HEPAC is the High Energy Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology meeting among Physicists from Turkey currently based all over the globe. This year the fourth meeting of the series was held online and streamed via the Facebook page of Turkish Physics