Thursday 20 February 2020 |

Events for day: Thursday 27 February 2020 |

11:00 - 12:00 Theory Weekly Seminar (TWS)Odd Entropy and Reflected Entropy in Free Field Theories School PARTICLES AND ACCELERATORS Abstract: Odd entropy and reflected entropy are believed to capture both quantum and classical correlations. I will introduce our method to calculate these measures in Gaussian states in scalar field theories. The results will be interpreted and compared with logarithmic negativity and entanglement of purification. 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-courseStatistical Properties of Piece-wise Expanding Maps School MATHEMATICS In this mini-course, we will illustrate some functional analytic approaches to the study of the statistical properties of dynamical systems. We will present Lasota-Yorke technique for existence of absolutely continuous invariant measures for some classes of dynamical systems. We will then study the spectral properties of Frobenius-Perron operator in order to obtain more information about such invariant measures. If time permits, we will continue to talk about the speed of convergence of the iterates of the transfer operator and the central limit theorems. References. A. Boyarsky, P. Gora, Laws of chaos ... |