This talk will be an introduction to the field of (finitary) 2-representation theory (which one can think of as being a categorical lift of representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras), as well as a survey of the state of the art.
In this talk, Prof Corwin will discuss the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang class. This talk will be aimed at a very general audience and will feature almost no equations and lots interesting phenomena, videos and examples.
If realised on Earth, fusion power offers a near unlimited supply of clean, sustainable power. The newest research activity addition to MSI: “Plasma Theory and Modelling”, uses reduced models to capture the configuration and phase-space complexity of high performance fusion experiments.