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This is the first talk for a reading seminar in Bridgeland stability.
Stephen will talk about work in progress on variants of Khovanov homology, which may afford an integral theory which is functorial in $S^3$.
The MSI Honours Conference is one of the exciting annual events in MSI. It is the time for the Honours students to showcase their research projects and share with us their discoveries.
In this talk I will give an account of complex supermanifolds, with a view to study them through the lens of obstruction theory.
This talk will present an overview of the challenges that arise when designing advanced aircraft nozzles in the presence of uncertainty.
Every knot or link has a diagram that is a plat projection. We show that if the plat is "sufficiently complicated," then the plat projection is unique.
This is joint work with Alan McIntosh (Australian National University) and Andreas Rosén (Gothenburg University).
Tony will tell us about free probability, Khovanov's categorification of the Heisenberg algebra, and skew symmetric functions.
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.
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