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Quantum Fields and Strings

Quantum field theory is used to describe the interactions of elementary particles, the dynamics of many-body systems, and critical phenomena, all with exquisite accuracy. String theory is based on the idea that, at very short distances, all particles should be seen to be extended one-dimensional objects: “strings.” Together, “quantum fields and strings” has strong connections to condensed matter, quantum gravity, particle physics, and cosmology, and mathematics.

Learn more about Quantum Fields and Strings at Perimeter Institute here.

Perimeter researchers have solved a long-standing problem in quantum field theory by mathematically “cutting soap bubbles into pieces.”
/Jun 03, 2014
The road uniting quantum field theory and general relativity – the two great theories of modern physics – has been…
/May 29, 2014
Sylvester James Gates Jr., a Perimeter Institute Distinguished Visiting Research Chair, Professor at the University of Maryland, and a member…
/May 27, 2014
Sylvester James Gates Jr., a Perimeter Institute Distinguished Visiting Research Chair, Professor at the University of Maryland, and a member…
/May 22, 2014