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
Algebraic Braids and Geometric Representation Theory Minh-Tam Trinh 2019‑05‑21 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Equivariant SYZ mirror construction Siu-Cheong Lau 2019‑05‑13 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Multiple zeta values in deformation quantization Brent Pym 2019‑05‑06 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Quantum geometry of moduli spaces of local systems Linhui Shen 2019‑04‑22 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Geometric quantisation on a hyper-Kähler vector space Alessandro Malusà 2019‑04‑15 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Mathematical hints of 3-d mirror symmetry Ben Webster 2019‑04‑15 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Towards synthetic Euclidean quantum field theory Tobias Fritz 2019‑04‑08 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Quantum Heisenberg categorification Alistair Savage 2019‑03‑25 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Principal Bundles in Diophantine Geometry Minhyong Kim 2019‑03‑18 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Twisted 3d supersymmetric gauge theories and the enumerative geometry of quasi-maps Andrea Ferrari 2019‑03‑18 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Coulomb Phases and Anomalies: Geometric Approach to 5d/6d Theories Monica Kang 2019‑02‑20 Mathematical Physics Scientific Series Perimeter Institute PIRSA View details
Continued Discussion Dylan Butson 2019‑02‑11 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.