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Julia will tell us about G-crossed monoidal categories, and gauging symmetries of modular tensor categories.
I will discuss my recent work which is based on an extension of equivariant K-theory that allows implementation of the group action by both linear and anti-linear maps.
The idea of the talk is to give an overview about the current situation of the classification program for modular categories.
Three important concepts of classical and quantum physics - duality, integrability and (deformed) symmetry will be introduced and their interplay discussed.
The PhD seminar is a weekly seminar held on Wednesday afternoons, at 2:30-30pm, for PhD students to talk about their thesis work or other projects.
Three important concepts of classical and quantum physics-duality, integrability and (deformed) symmetry will be introduced and their interplay discussed.
When working with high-dimensional problems, one has to deal with the "curse of dimensionality": The complexity of a problem grows exponentially with the number of dimensions.
Emily Peters will describe some applications of planar algebras to the discovery of quantum symmetries.
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