Thursday 20 February 2020 |

Events for day: Thursday 13 February 2020 |

11:00 - 13:00 Commutative Algebra SeminarOn the Regularity of Symbolic Powers of Edge Ideals of Graphs School MATHEMATICS The edge ideal of graph is the monomial ideal generated by the quadratic squarefree monomials corresponding to the edges of the graph. In this talk, we review the recent developments about the Castelnuovo-Mumford regularity of symbolic powers of edge ideals. We mostly focus on second and third symbolic powers. ... 11:00 - 12:00 Theory Weekly Seminar (TWS)Complexity for charged thermofield double state School PARTICLES AND ACCELERATORS Abstract: In this talk, we review new technics to compute the complexity of free quantum field theories, with a focus on charged thermofield double states. We give numerical results of different definitions of complexity. We argue which ones are compatible with holographic complexity and by using QFT, we investigate some conjectures in the holographic counterpart. Larak Seminar Room 12:30 - 14:00 Geometry and Topology Short CourseTopics in Geometric Analysis School MATHEMATICS The main goal of this short course is to present a proof of Calabi_Yau theorem. It was first conjectured by Calabi that any volume form on a compact Kahler manifold can be realized as the volume form associated to a Kahler metric. In a seminal work, Yau proved Calabi's conjecture. A very important consequence of Calabi-Yau theorem is the existence of Kahler-Ricci flat metrics on compact Kahler manifolds with trivial canonical bundle. Outline of the course: 1) background material on complex manifolds, Hermitian and Kahler metrics, Ricci form 2) Some background on elliptic PDE such as Schauder estimates 3) Yau's ... 8:30 - 12:00 Mini-courseGroup Actions, Ergodic Theory and Rigidity School MATHEMATICS Our aim in this course is to review some results and techniques in ergodic theory of action of Lie groups and their discrete subgroups and then to sketch the proof of a profound theorem of G. A. Margulis known as "superrigidity". Margulis' superrigidity theorem says that under some conditions on Lie groups and their discrete subgroups, any isomorphism between discrete subgroups extends to isomorphism of the ambient groups, and roughly speaking these discrete subgroups determines the Lie groups completely. To this end, we need to talk about some backgrounds from the structure theory of semisimple Lie groups and Algebraic gr ... |