Lecture 1: http://pirsa.org/10010094/ (25 January)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Lecture 2: http://pirsa.org/10010095/ (26 January)

Lecture 3: http://pirsa.org/10010096/ (27 January)

Lecture 4: http://pirsa.org/10010097/ (28 January)

This is planned as a three-week series of one-hour lectures.

She does not use slides. She writes on the blackboard as she talks.

Lecture 1 gave the outline for the course. Loll is well-organized.

She plans to cover nonperturbative QG: Both the canonical (e.g. Loop) and the

covariant or path integral (e.g. triangulations) ways of doing nonpert. QG.

I just watched the first hour lecture. My impression is she has her act together

and the series will prove a valuable video resource.

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# Renate Loll video lectures on quantum gravity (Perimeter Scholars series)

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