Southeast-Tsinghua Mini-Workshop on Mathematical Physics(Nov.15th-16th)

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Southeast-Tsinghua Mini-Workshop on Mathematical Physics


For mathematics, string theory has been a source of many significant inspirations, ranging from Seiberg-Witten theory in four-manifolds, to enumerative geometry and Gromov-Witten theory in algebraic geometry, to work on the Jones polynomial in knot theory, to recent progress in the geometric Langlands program and the development of derived algebraic geometry and n-category theory. In the other direction, mathematics has provided physicists with powerful tools, ranging from powerful differential geometric techniques for solving or analyzing key partial differential equations, to toric geometry, to K theory and derived categories in D-branes, to the analysis of Calabi-Yau manifolds and string compactifications, to the use of modular forms and other arithmetic techniques.

However, the research on modern mathematical physics in China is just getting started. The Yau Center in Tsinghua and Southeast University devote to lead the research of mathematical physics in China and form a world-influential group. The aim of this workshop is to gather the leading experts in mathematical physics in China, and to publicize the research teams in mathematical physics of the newly established Shing-Tung Yau Center of Southeast University and the Yau Mathematical Sciences Center in Tsinghua.

Topics include: String theory, Gauge theories, AdS/CFT, Algebraic Geometry, Dynamical Systems.


Invited speakers

    Chang, Chi-Ming (Tsinghua)
    Huang, Guan (Tsinghua)
    Nawata, Satoshi (Fudan)
    Suzuki, Ryo (Southeast)
    Xie, Dan (Tsinghua)
    Wang, Xuecheng(Tsinghua) 

    Zhang, Ding-xin (Tsinghua)
    Zhou, Jie (Tsinghua)



Southeast-Tsinghua   Mini-Workshop on Mathematical Physics

Schedule


Nov. 15th, morning

8:30-9:15

Chang, Chi-Ming

“   Supersymmetric Landau-Ginzburg Tensor Models”

9:15-10:00

Zhou Jie

On a class of generalized q-Pochhammer symbols and   modular forms”

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-11:15

Huang Guan

“On the growth of Sobolev norms of a stochastic CGL   equation with arbitrary space dimensions”

11:15-12:00

Suzuki Ryo

“Gauge theory correlators,   moduli space and quiver calculus”

Nov. 15th, afternoon                                                                Free Discussion

Nov. 16th,   morning

8:30-9:15

Nawata Satoshi

Modular invariance beyond the ADE   classification in 2d CFT”

9:15-10:00

Zhang Dingxin

“LSY systems for CY   complete intersections in G/P”

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-11:15

Xie Dan

“Mixed hodge structure and   Seiberg-Witten theory”

11:15-12:00


Aug 16th, afternoon                                                                 Free Discussion



































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