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SUMMARY:Integrability\, Anomalies and Quantum Field Theory
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20200210T080000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20200214T170000Z
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CONTACT:jasserand@ihes.fr\;+33 (0)1 60 92 66 04
DESCRIPTION:\n\n A conference in honor of Samson Shatashvili's 60th birth
day\n\nThe interactions of Mathematics and Physics have greatly intensifie
d during the last three decades\, and it led to a number of very significa
nt breakthroughs in Mathematics. Among other things\, these breakthroughs
include new invariants of 3 and 4-dimensional manifolds\, the discovery of
mirror symmetry in Algebraic Geometry\, and the theory of deformation qua
ntization. This progress became possible due to close interactions betwee
n Mathematics and theoretical Physics and due to the dialogue between math
ematicians and physicists working on similar problems but using very diffe
rent methods.\n\nThe conference will touch upon two important aspects of i
nteraction between Mathematics and Quantum Field Theory: Quantum Integrabi
lity and Anomalies. It will honour Professor Samson Shatashvili on the oc
casion of his 60th birthday.\n\nProfessor Samson Shatashvili made deep con
tributions in the theory of anomalies and in quantum integrability. In par
ticular\, in collaboration with L. Faddeev he discovered the interpretatio
n of gauge theory anomalies in terms of abelian extensions of gauge groups
on manifolds of odd dimension. In the theory of quantum integrability\, t
ogether with a number of collaborators he discovered a deep link between B
ethe equations and supersymmetric quantum gauge theory. Professor Shatashv
ili (of the Trinity College\, Dublin and the Simons Center for Geometry an
d Physics\, Stony Brook) served as a Louis Michel Chair and then as an Isr
ael Gelfand Chair at IHES for many years. He contributed in a significant
way in the development of ideas and in the unique research atmosphere of I
HES.\n\n\nOrganisers: Anton Alekseev (Université de Genève) & Maxim Kont
sevich (IHES)\n\nInvited speakers include:\n\n\n Costas Bachas (ENS-Paris)
\n Jean-Michel Bismut (Université Paris-Sud Orsay)\n Gregory Gabadadze (N
ew York University)\n Sergei Gukov (Caltech)\n Simeon Hellerman (IPMU)\n C
hris Hull (Imperial College London)\n Vladimir Kazakov (ENS-Paris)\n Zohar
Komargodski (SCGP)\n Vladimir Korepin (Stony Brook University)\n Manuela
Kulaxizi (Trinity College Dublin)\n Sergei Lukyanov (Rutgers University)\n
Ruben Minasian (IPhT - CEA Saclay)\n Vasily Pestun (IHES)\n Alexey Rosly
(ITEP\, Skoltech\, HSE\, IITP\, Moscow)\n Sinead Ryan (Trinity College Du
blin)\n Ivo Sachs (LMU Munich)\n Nana Shatashvili (Tbilisi State Universit
y\, Georgia)\n Fedor Smirnov (LPTHE Sorbonne-Université)\n Leon Takhtajan
(Stony Brook University)\n Anne Taormina (Durham University)\n Cumrum Va
fa (Harvard University)\n Pierre Vanhove (IPhT & CEA Saclay)\n Erik Verli
nde (Universiteit van Amsterdam)\n Alexander Zamolodchikov (Stony Brook Un
iversity)\n\n\n \n\nAvec le soutien du LHM\n\nhttps://indico.math.cnrs.fr
/event/5142/
LOCATION:Marilyn and James Simons Conference Center (IHES)
URL:https://indico.math.cnrs.fr/event/5142/
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