Series Number S026
Source PIRSA

This series consists of talks in the area of Mathematical Physics.

Title Speaker(s) Date Series/Collection Type Institution Repository Info
3d A-twist and analytic continuation of path integrals II Davide Gaiotto 2020‑02‑27 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Conformal geometry of random surfaces in 2D quantum gravity Xin Sun 2020‑02‑20 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
3d A-twist and analytic continuation of path integrals Davide Gaiotto 2020‑02‑20 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Integrability and Asymptotic Phenomena in Stochastic Vertex Models Amol Aggarwal 2020‑02‑13 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Rozansky-Witten theory via BV quantization II Surya Raghavendran 2020‑02‑13 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Rozansky-Witten theory via BV quantization Surya Raghavendran 2020‑02‑06 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Gauge theory and mirror symmetry III Justin Hilburn 2020‑02‑06 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Gauge theory and mirror symmetry II Justin Hilburn 2020‑01‑30 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Gauge theory and mirror symmetry I Justin Hilburn 2020‑01‑23 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Unrolled Quantum Groups and Vertex Operator Algebras Matthew Rupert 2020‑01‑09 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
A bulk-boundary correspondence with factorization algebras Owen Gwilliam 2020‑01‑09 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Structures of relative Gromov-Witten theory Fenglong You 2019‑12‑05 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Series Number S026
Source PIRSA

This series consists of talks in the area of Mathematical Physics.