Quantum groups: algebraic objects arising from statistical physics - #VTMS

Supervisor
Alessandro Contu - University of Paris (France)
Date and time
Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 9:00 PM
Programme Director
Marco Caliari
External reference
Publication date
May 12, 2021
Department
Computer Science  

Summary

Series #VeronesiTuttiMathSeminars #SafetyThenEnjoyMath

Quantum groups are deformations of certain associative algebras. Appearing first in physics literature in the field of integrable quantum systems, they have been formalized as mathematical objects since the late 80's, opening a rich area of research still under active development. In this gentle introduction to the subject, we will provide the basic constructions  and show the relationship with integrable lattice models in statistical mechanics. The only prerequisite is a familiarity with linear algebra.

The zoom link for the seminar is https://univr.zoom.us/j/97604696910 and the password is given by the first eight significant digits of arccos(-1). In order to be informed about the next seminars, please join the following mailing-list
 
Marco Caliari, Chairman of the Mathematics Teaching Committee
Matteo Frigo, Chairman of Associazione Alumni Matematica Verona





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