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The Bernstein-Sato polynomial is a subtle invariant of a hypersurface singularity that is closely related to the log-canonical threshold.
The PhD seminar is a weekly seminar held on Tuesday mornings, at 11am, for PhD students to talk about their thesis work or other projects.
Quantum mathematics seminar
In this event, Professor Batchelor will explain what stromatolites are and how mathematical models have been used to understand their origin and formation.
Consider a rational function f(z) of degree n. To f(z), we can associate its set of critical points, namely the points z where the derivative vanishes.
The local geometric Langlands conjectures, formulated by Frenkel and Gaitsgory, give a geometric description of the representation categories of affine Lie algebras at the critical level.
This talk will introduce the fundamentals of fractal geometry and will explain an important and currently open question in the field, that is, when does a fractal obey the open set condition?
In the talk I will present the elementary definitions and motivations concerning analytic functions of a single complex variable and explain why calculus naturally leads to such a notion.
Gauging is a procedure for taking a modular category equipped with an action by a finite group, and producing a new modular category.
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