Math-Phys Joint Seminar

Seminar

Math-Phys Joint Seminar

Self-adjoint extension in quantum mechanics and non-Rydberg spectra of one-dimensional hydrogen atom

April 13 at 16:00 - 18:10, 2021

Prof. Taksu Cheon (Professor, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Kochi University of Technology)

We offer a beginner’s guide to the functional-analytical techniques in quantum mechanics, and cover its application to the 1D Coulomb problem. It is shown that the wave function at the diverging poin...more

Venue: via Zoom

Event Official Language: English

Seminar

Math-Phys Joint Seminar

Non-perturbative tests of duality cascades in three dimensional supersymmetric gauge theories

December 14 at 16:00 - 18:10, 2020

Dr. Naotaka Kubo (Postdoctoral Researcher, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)

M2-brane is an interesting object in M-theory and string theory. A three-dimensional 𝒩=6 super conformal Chern Simons theory with gauge group U(𝑁1)×𝑈(𝑁2), called ABJ theory, describes the low energy b...more

Venue: via Zoom

Event Official Language: English

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Math-Phys Joint Seminar

Mathematics of thermalization in isolated quantum systems

November 10 at 16:00 - 18:10, 2020

Dr. Naoto Shiraishi (assistant professor, Faculty of Science Department of Physics, Gakushuin University)

If an isolated macroscopic quantum system is left at a nonequilibrium state, then this system will relax to the unique equilibrium state, which is called thermalization. Most of quantum many-body syst...more

Venue: via Zoom

Event Official Language: English

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Math-Phys Joint Seminar

TQFT, integrable lattice model, and quiver gauge theories

October 2 at 16:00 - 18:00, 2020

Mr. Toshihiro Ota (Student Trainee, iTHEMS)

- 1st part (math): In physics literature, “lattice models” appear quite often as mathematical models of physical systems, e.g. Ising model, vertex models, lattice gauge theory. The aim of the 1st part...more

Venue: via Zoom

Event Official Language: English

Seminar

Math-Phys Joint Seminar

Geometric Perspective for the Theory of Hydrodynamic Limits

August 31 - September 1, 2020

Dr. Makiko Sasada (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Prof. Kenichi Bannai (Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology Department of Mathematics, Keio University)

This is a series of lectures on "Geometric Perspectives for Fluid Dynamic Limit Theory" by the following speakers: [DAY 1: Aug 31] Dr. Makiko Sasada (University of Tokyo) [DAY 2: Sept 1] Prof. Kenic...more

Venue: via Zoom

Event Official Language: English