Organized by: Nikita Nekrasov, Alexander Turbiner and Alexander Abanov.
Abstract: Calogero-Moser-Sutherland many-body systems arose originally in the 1970’s simultaneously in Nuclear Physics, Mathematical Physics and Solid State Physics. Since then they were found in some incarnations in diverse branches of physics and mathematics such as the theory of quantum Hall effect, Yang-Mills and Chern-Simons gauge theories in various dimensions with various amounts of supersymmetry, noncommutative geometry, topology of Hilbert schemes, geometric representation theory, Gromov-Witten invariants, theory of symmetric functions, SLE, Random Matrix theory, collective field theory and random geometries.
The aim of the seminar series is to review and explore these connections.
The weekly talks take place on Wednesdays at 2:30pm (beginning Wednesday April 15) in room 313.Videos
|Date and Time||Title||Presenters||Video|
|4/15 at 2:30pm – Room 313||Mathematics and Physics of Calogero Moser-Sutherland systems||Nikita Nekrasov||Video|
|4/22 at 2:30pm – Room 313||Quantum Integrability and Schubert Calculus||Vassily Gorbounov||Video|
|4/29 at 2:00pm – Room 313||From crossed instantons to Calogero-Moser system||Nikita Nekrasov|
|5/6 at 2:30pm – Room 313|
|5/13 at 2:30pm – Room 313|