String Phenomenology 2019

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This conference is part of the String Geometry and String Phenomenology Institute (17-28 June).

The annual String Phenomenology conference discusses recent progress in compactifications of string theory and their relation to particle physics and cosmology.


Topics include:

  • Swampland and Quantum Gravity Conjectures 
  • Formal and Mathematical Aspects of string compactifications (such as F-theory, G2 compactifications, heterotic compactifications, and other corners of the string landscape, e.g. non-geometric compactifications)
  • String Model Building in particle physics and cosmology
  • Machine Learning Techniques to explore the String Landscape


Key Speakers include:

  • Lara Anderson
  • Ralph Blumenhagen
  • Chiara Caprini
  • Kiwoon Choi
  • Mirjam Cvetic
  • Emilian Dudas
  • Alon Faraggi
  • Inaki Garcia-Etxebarria
  • Mariana Grana
  • James Gray
  • Thomas Grimm
  • Jim Halverson
  • Arthur Hebecker
  • Jonathan Heckman
  • Ben Heidenreich
  • Luis Ibanez
  • Sven Krippendorf
  • Andre Lukas
  • Dieter Lust
  • Fernando Marchesano
  • Luca Martucci
  • Liam McAllister
  • Miguel Montero
  • Marco Nardecchia
  • Brent Nelson
  • Hans Peter Nilles
  • Burt Ovrut
  • Eran Palti
  • Susha Parameswaran
  • Fernando Quevedo
  • Raffaele Savelli
  • Sakura Schafer-Nameki
  • Savdeep Sethi
  • Gary Shiu
  • Wati Taylor
  • Alessandro Tomasiello
  • Angel Uranga
  • Cumrun Vafa
  • Irene Valenzuela
  • Thomas Van Riet
  • Alexander Westphal
  • Timm Wrase


As organisers of this conference, we feel responsibility for its environmental impact, and will do our best to minimize it. We believe that as a community, we should take our share on this matter. We refer you to a list of suggestions, the "Green Tips", to help us in this goal.

Local Organizers:

David Andriot, Alessandra Gnecchi, Seung-Joo Lee, Wolfgang Lerche, Fabian Ruehle, Konstantinos Siampos, Timo Weigand


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