Noncommutative Geometry and Physics
|Audience:||Researchers in the topic|
|Seminar series times:||No fixed schedule|
|Organizers:||Francesco D'Andrea*, Paolo Aschieri, Edwin Beggs, Emil Prodan, Andrzej Sitarz*|
|*contact for this listing|
Noncommutative geometry is a very general mathematical paradigm arising from quantum mechanics. As such, it permeates different branches of mathematics and physics.
The series of monthly talks accompanies the special issue of Journal of Physics A and is intended to present the many facets of the emergence of noncommutativity in physics.
Past seminars can be viewed on YouTube channel.
|Mon||Mar 29||14:00||Emil Prodan||TBA|
|Mon||Apr 26||14:00||Richard Szabo||TBA|
|Mon||Feb 22||15:00||Stefan Waldmann||Convergence of Star Products: Examples and Concepts.|
|Mon||Jan 25||15:00||Shahn Majid||Quantum groups and quantum spacetime models at the Planck scale.|