Monday, April 4, 2011

Latest Group of IAS-Princeton Post-Docs Announced

The latest group of Post-docs have been announced and assembled at The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton Township, New Jersey.

Following orientation/conditioning, they were welcomed with open arms and encouraged to work on anything they wished, and if they sought a permanent position, that "anything they wish" should be about proving that it is very possible for SuperSymmetrical particles to exist, even if such particles are never found at the LHC or at the proposed, larger VLHC. For bonus points, throw in a little AdS/CFT.

Here is the proud group celebrating afterwards:

We can see that the Bamberger-Fuld fortune is being very well spent. On Heinekins. And gel. 

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