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I'll try to explain to you what quantum mechanics is about, without any regard to the real world. You'll need to know how to multiply matrices (and be willing to hold onto your hat).
We'll continuing discussing what modular tensor categories are and how they are related to other notions in category theory and condensed matter physics.
I'll begin describing what modular tensor categories are, and how they are related to other notions in category theory and condensed matter physics.
The aim of this talk is to give an overview of two interconnected themes that have arisen in my work.
In this talk I will explain why a general polynomial in several variables with integer coefficients should have only finitely many integer zeroes.
This talk is about a work in progress with Jérémy Blanc and Andrea Fanelli.
The Abel map takes a smooth algebraic curve with marked points and associates to it a point of the Jacobian of that curve.
We will run from 3pm to 4:30pm, when we will break for the wine & cheese event in the common room.
Dr Stephen Roberts will be presenting a special lecture for MSI's Alumni, friends and colleagues.
Bring a laptop (optional) and learn how to install and use the most sophisticated and powerful software for typesetting mathematical documents (not Microsoft Word!).
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