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Partnership Mathematics and Physics

Joint Mathematics and Physics Colloquium

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The Joint Mathematics Physics Colloquium takes place once or twice per semester.

Colloquium at 17:15 in HS MATHEMATIKON, INF 205, Heidelberg

Past Colloquia

23.11.2017: M. Kim (Oxford)
Gauge theory in geometry and number theory
Hörsaal MATHEMATIKON
13.07.2017: E. Zaslow (Northwestern Univ., USA)
Fukaya Moduli
Hörsaal MATHEMATIKON
04.05.2017: S. Hollands (Leipzig)
Entanglement in Quantum Field Theory
Hörsaal MATHEMATIKON
19.01.2017: V. Pestum (IHES, Frankreich)
Gauge theories, moduli spaces and quantum algebras
Hörsaal MATHEMATIKON
09.06.2016: G. Mikhalkin (Geneve)
Quantum Index of Real Plane Curves and Refined Enumerative Geometry
INF 288, HS2
23.04.2015: Christof Melcher (RWTH Aachen)
"Topological solitons in chiral magnetism"
24.07.2014 Jürg Fröhlich (ETH Zürich)
"Quantum Random Walks"
Talk in conjuction with the Summer School in Mathematical Physics
10.07.2014 Laszlo Erdös (LMU Munich)
"Universality for Random Matrices and Log-Gases"
06.02.2014 Don Zagier (MPI Bonn)
colloquium: "Modular forms, finite groups, and physics"
lunch-talk: "Multiple zeta values and string amplitudes"
19.12.2013 Christoph Wetterich (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg)
Christmas Colloquium: "The Dark Universe"
27.07.2013 Jens Marklof (University of Bristol)
"From the Lorentz gas to random graphs: new applications of measure rigidity in statistical physics, number theory and combinator"
18.04.2013 Marcos Marino (Université de Genève)
"Quantum theory and enumerative problems"
29.11.2012 Andre Lukas (Oxford University)
"The Standard Model from String Theory: a Challenge in Physics and Mathematics"
31.05.2012 Katrin Wendland (Universität Freiburg)
"Von Singularitätentheorie zur topologischen Quantenfeldtheorie"
24.11.2011 Victor Batyrev (Universitäät Tübingen)
"Kolloquium Mathematik-Physik"
22.04.2010 Miranda Cheng (Harvard University)
"From Generalised Kac-Moody Algebra to a Theory of Black Holes"

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