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Operator Algebras and Quantum Physics: June 3-30, 2019

Organized by: Stefan Hollands, Vaughan Jones, Gandalf Lechner, Roberto Longo Since Heisenberg’s and Jordan’s “matrix formulation” of quantum mechanics about one hundred years ago, theoretical quantum physics has been a major incentive for mathematical research into operator algebras. The stimulus from physics has helped the development of this field, founded by von Neumann with the […]

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Exactly Solvable Models of Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Mechanics: September 4 – November 30, 2018

Organized by: Nathan Haouzi, Vladimir E. Korepin, Sergei L. Lukyanov, Nikita A. Nekrasov, Samson Shatashvili, and Alexander B. Zamolodchikov Weekly program seminars are held on Mondays at 11:30am and Fridays at 11:00am. For the full upcoming schedule please visit our calendar: Integrability is a traditional area of mathematical physics. For 1+1 dimensional field theory the […]

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