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Garrett Lisi ; Pacific Science Institute, Maui, Hawaii, USA

Everything in our universe is composed of I elementary particle fields interacting according to the laws of quantum physics. Remarkably, these balanced physical interactions correspond to the geometry of elegant mathematical structures. Even more remarkably, these structures describing our universe appear to be parts of a larger structure, long revered by mathematicians for I its complex beauty. In this talk, rich in graphics, Garrett Lisi will describe the geometry of our universe, some new ideas on unification, and a bit of his own story including current efforts to create locally optimal living and research environments for conducting theoretical science.

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Aerospace Conference, 2011 IEEE

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5-12 March 2011