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Special Colloquium

COLLOQUIUMS

June 8, 2021      3:00 pm
Speaker: Daniel Freed - University of Texas

Title: The two-dimensional Ising model revisited Abstract: I will describe joint work with Constantin Teleman, in which we cast topological eyes on a well-studied system in condensed matter physics.  In particular, we...
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Special Colloquium

COLLOQUIUMS

June 1, 2021      3:00 pm
Speaker: Sergei Gukov - Caltech

Title: From Ramanujan to Rokhlin, via quantum groups Abstract: In this talk, intended for a broad audience, I will describe recent work on new q-series invariants of 3-manifolds labeled by...
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MATHEMATICAL PICTURE LANGUAGE

June 1, 2021      10:00 am
Speaker: Svetlana Jitormirskaya - University of California, Irvine

TBD Zoom: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/779283357?pwd=MitXVm1pYUlJVzZqT3lwV2pCT1ZUQT09
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CMSA Interdisciplinary Science Seminar: Predicting Visual Search Task Success from Eye Gaze Data for User-Adaptive Information Visualization Systems

CMSA EVENTS

May 27, 2021      9:00 am
Speaker: Ying Hsang Liu & Moritz Spiller - University of Southern Denmark & Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Information visualizations are an efficient means to support the users in understanding large amounts of complex, interconnected data; user comprehension. Previous research suggests that user-adaptive information visualizations positively impact the...
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CMSA Math Science Literature Lecture Series

CMSA EVENTS

May 25, 2021      9:00 am
Speaker: Claire Voisin - Collège de France

TITLE: K-theory and characteristic classes in topology and complex geometry (a tribute to Atiyah and Hirzebruch) ABSTRACT: We will discuss the K-theory of complex vector bundles on topological spaces and of holomorphic...
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Special Colloquium

COLLOQUIUMS

May 25, 2021      3:00 pm
Speaker: Lydia Bieri - University of Michigan

Title: New Structures in Gravitational Waves Abstract: Mathematical General Relativity (GR) explores the structures and resulting dynamics of gravitational systems. These are described by the Einstein equations, which can be written...
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Rigorous results about Relative entropy in QFT

MATHEMATICAL PICTURE LANGUAGE

May 25, 2021      10:00 am
Speaker: Feng Xu - University of California, Riverside

We will present some rigorous results about Relative entropy in QFT, motivated in part by recent physicists’ work which however depends on heuristic arguments such as introducing cut off and...
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