College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Mathematical Physics Seminars
This group runs the following weekly seminars:
Mathematical Physics: Tuesdays 2:30  3:30pm, VAN 309
Organizer: Paul Muhly

Math Physics Seminar
Topic: Can you get from a trivial vacuum to a nontrivial vacuum in light front quantum field theory?Speaker: Wayne PolyzouJanuary 25, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Topic: phi^4 in quantum computing.Speaker: Yannick MeuriceFebruary 1, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Topic: phi^4 and computation.Speaker: Yannick/MaxtonFebruary 8, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Topic: completness and complex probabilities in discrete systemsSpeaker: Wayne PolyzouFebruary 15, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Topic: completness and complex probabilities in discrete systemsSpeaker: Wayne PolyzouFebruary 22, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Speaker: Bill KlinkMarch 1, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Speaker: James CoronaMarch 8, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Speaker: Kenny HeitritterMarch 22, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Speaker: Tyler GroverMarch 29, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)

Math Physics Seminar
Speaker: Vincent Rodgers/Michael ConnollyApril 12, 2022  2:30pm to 3:20pmVAN 309 or Online (See URL)