Aspects of M Theory
MATHEMATICAL PICTURE LANGUAGE
Jens Hoppe - Technische Universitat Braunschweig
After giving a brief introduction to Membrane Theory and its matrix regularization, commenting on an inherent dynamical symmetry for all M-branes (the related “reconstruction-algebra” for M=1, strings, being the Virasoro algebra), I will explain some very recent work, including the observation that super-symmetrizable systems canonically (i.e. more or less automatically) have a Lax-pair formulation, with calculable r-matrix, - the appearance of infinite-dimensional CKL-algebras naturally entering the double bracket equations of Quantum Minimal Surfaces (IKKT model) and the (“BFFS”) membrane matrix model.