談話会/Colloquium

Title

Problem of Resolution of Singularities: Past, Present, and Future

Date

2019年5月8日(水) 16:30〜17:30    (16:00より105談話室でtea)

Place

京都大学大学院理学研究科3号館110講演室
(Rm110, Building No.3, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University)

Speaker

Kenji Matsuki 氏 (京大 & Purdue University)

Abstract

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Comment

Title

Structure and randomness in II$_1$ factors

Date

2019年4月24日(水) 16:30〜17:30    (16:00より105談話室でtea)

Place

京都大学大学院理学研究科3号館110講演室
(Rm110, Building No.3, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University)

Speaker

Sorin Popa 氏 (京大 & UCLA)

Abstract

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Comment

Title

Anomalous diffusions and fractional order differential equations

Date

2019年4月17日(水) 16:30〜17:30    (16:00より1階ロビーでtea)

Place

京都大学数理解析研究所 (RIMS) 110号室
(Rm110, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University)

Speaker

Zhen-Qing Chen 氏 (京大 & University of Washington)

Abstract

 Anomalous diffusion phenomenon has been observed in many natural systems, from the signaling of biological cells, to the foraging behavior of animals, to the travel times of contaminants in groundwater. In this talk, I will first discuss the interplay between anomalous sub-diffusions and time-fractional differential equations, including how they arise naturally from limit theorems for random walks. I will then present some recent results in this area, in particular on the probabilistic representation to the solutions of time fractional equations with source terms.

Comment

Title

Schubert calculus and quantum integrability

Date

2019年4月10日(水) 16:30〜17:30    (16:00より105談話室でtea)

Place

京都大学大学院理学研究科3号館110講演室
(Rm110, Building No.3, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University)

Speaker

Paul Zinn-Justin 氏 (The University of Melbourne)

Abstract

 We report on recent progress in the field of Schubert calculus, a classical branch of enumerative geometry, due to its surprising connection to quantum integrable systems. We shall see how the latter provide many explicit combinatorial formulae (``puzzle rules'') for intersection numbers for partial flag varieties, and their generalizations (e.g. in equivariant K-theory). We shall also discuss the connection with the work of Okounkov et al on quantum integrable systems and the equivariant cohomology of Nakajima quiver varieties. This is joint work with A. Knutson (Cornell).

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