The torus partition function of the critical O(n) model, which is known since 1987, does not fully characterize the space of states. For complex n, I will conjecture a determination of that space in terms of irreducible O(n) representations and indecomposable Virasoro representations. I will then describe the interplay between O(n) symmetry and crossing symmetry in four-point correlation functions, and explain how the solutions of crossing symmetry can be counted numerically. This leads to the determination of some of the model's fusion rules.
This talk is based on the preprint https://arxiv.org/abs/2111.01106 with Linnea Grans-Samuelsson, Rongvoram Nivesvivat, Jesper Lykke Jacobsen, and Hubert Saleur.
IHES Covid-19 regulations:
- all the participants who will attend the event in person will have to keep their mask on in indoor spaces
and where the social distancing is not possible;
- speakers will be free to wear their mask or not at the moment of their talk if they feel more comfortable
- Up to 25 persons in the conference room, every participant will be asked to be able to provide a health pass
- Over 25 persons in the conference room, every participant will be asked to provide a health pass which will
be checked at the entrance of the conference room.
Pour être informé des prochains séminaires vous pouvez vous abonner à la liste de diffusion en écrivant un mail à email@example.com avec comme sujet: "subscribe seminaire_physique PRENOM NOM"
(indiquez vos propres prénom et nom) et laissez le corps du message vide.