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Frontiers of quantum gravity

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I will provide an introduction to and overview of two key frontiers of quantum gravity – the theoretical frontier and the observational frontier – from the perspective of asymptotically safe quantum gravity and related approaches. I will highlight key open questions and potential pathways to answering them on the theory side in a non-technical manner. On the observational frontier I will present results on the interplay of quantum gravity with matter, including the visible as well as the dark sector of the universe.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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