Events Archive

Mathematical Physics Seminar

Math Physics Seminar | Amanda Young, U. of Arizona, Tucson | "A gapped family of two-dimensional AKLT models" | Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar | Ramis Movassagh, IBM Research | "Highly entangled spin chains: Exactly solvable counter-examples to the area law" | Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar | Jacob Shapiro, Columbia U. | "The topology of strongly-disordered chiral chains" | Jadwin Hall 343

Math Physics Seminar | Ian Jauslin, Princeton | "Field electron emission and the Fowler-Nordheim equation" | Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar | Michael Kiessling, Rutgers | "Do particles and anti-particles really annihilate each other?" | 343 Jadwin Hall

Joint Math Physics & Probability Seminar | Simone Warzel, TU, Munich | "Localization-delocalization transitions in random matrix models" | 214 Fine Hall

Math Physics Seminar | Chris Fronsdal, UCLA | "A classic Mistake and what it tells us" | Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar | Ian Jauslin, IAS | "Crystalline ordering and large-fugacity expansion for hard-core lattice particle systems" | 343 Jadwin Hall

Math Physics Seminar | Jacob Shapiro, ETH | "Bulk-Edge Duality and Complete Localization for Chiral Chains'' Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar, Herbert Spohn, TU-Munich, "Hydrodynamics of integrable classical and quantum systems" Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar, Eric Carlen, Rutgers, "Quantum Markov Semigroups with detailed balance as gradient flow for relative entropy and entropy production inequalities" Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar, John Imbrie, U. of Virginia, "Rare Region Effects and Many-Body Localization" Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar, Yinon Spinka, Tel Aviv U., "Macroscopic loops in the loop O(n) model" Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar, Yuval Peres, Microsoft Research, "Gravitational allocation to uniform points on the sphere " Jadwin 343

Math Physics Seminar, Vincent Vargas, ENS, "Ward and Belavin-Polyakov-Zamolodchikov (BPZ) identities for Liouville quantum field theory on the Riemann

Math Physics Seminar, Eviatar Procaccia, Texas A & M, "Can one hear the shape of a random walk?"

Math Physics Seminar, Vieri Mastropietro, U. of Milano, "Localization of interacting fermions with quasi-random disorder"

Special Math Physics Seminar, Anna Vershynina, Basque Center, Spain, "Quantum analogues of geometric inequalities for Information theory"

Special Math Physics Seminar, Alessandro Giuliani, U. of Rome 3, "Universality of transport coefficients in the Haldane-Hubbard model"

Special Math Physics Seminar, Marcello Porta, Zurich U., "Mean field evolution of fermonic systems"

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