String-Math 2016

June 27 to July 2nd, 2016 - Collège de France

The goal of the String-Math 2016 conference is to bring together mathematicians and physicists who work on ideas related to string theory, a broad framework which aims to unify all fundamental interactions in Nature.

The String-Math 2016 conference will take place from June 27 to July 2nd at Collège de France in Paris. It will be the culmination of an extended 3-month program at Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris, on the mathematics of string theory, and will include a session for the general public on Saturday July 2nd.

The String-Math 2016 conference is organized in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute. Support from LPTHE, Fédération de Recherche Interactions Fondamentales, IMJ-PRG, IHES, IPHT-CEA, LPTENS, Fondation Mathématique Jacques Hadamard, Fondation Philippe Meyer pour le développement culturel et artistique,Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, CNRS, ANR, NSF and Institut Henri Poincaré is gratefully acknowledged. Secretarial support from LPTHE is particularly appreciated.

Monopoles, Vortices, and Vermas

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Résumé

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Spectral theory and topological strings - Marcos Marino
Monopoles, Vortices, and Vermas - Mathew Bullimore
Higgs branches, vertex operator algebras and modular differential equations - Leonardo Rastelli
What Chern-Simons theory assigns to a point ? - André Henriques


Orateur(s) : Mathew Bullimore
Public : Tous
Date : 28/06/2016 PM
Lieu : Collège de France