Séminaire Physique mathématique ICJ

Can we make sense out of « Tensor Field Theory »?

by Fabien Vignes-Tourneret

fokko du cloux (Institut Camille Jordan)

fokko du cloux

Institut Camille Jordan

en présence
Random tensors are a clever generalisation of random matrices. Their initial purpose is the study of quantum gravity. Nevertheless we will see in this talk that they also form a natural playground for constructive field theory and might even provide the very first just renormalisable non-perturbative Bosonic field theory. We will focus on a specific model and (almost) show that it is non-perturbatively asymptotically free.
Organized by

Nguyen-Viet Dang