Math Physics Seminar

Speaker: 
Shaikh Gohin Samad (University of Toledo)
Topic: 
Stochastic PDE and Quantum Fields

Abstract:

In scalar case, the existence of quantum field is equivalent to the existence of a Euclidean-invariant reflection positive measure on the Schwartz space tempered distributions. Stochastic quantization is realized as a method of obtaining the measure dμ(ϕ) on Schwartz distribution space as the limit λ ⤑ ∞ of sequence of measures  dμλ(ϕ) defined by a dynamical equation for a field subjected to a random force. Martin Hairer investigated random fields by studying non-linear stochastic partial differential equation with a ``white noise'' driving term. In this talk we will investigate the question whether a quantum field can be obtained from the measure on the solution induced by the stochastic driving term.

 

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Event Date: 
May 3, 2022 - 2:30pm to 3:20pm
Location: 
VAN 309 or Online (See URL)
Calendar Category: 
Seminar
Seminar Category: 
Mathematical Physics