A crash course of quantum physics (Raphaël Ducatez, University of Geneva)

27.05.2019 17:00

Good reason to give this talk : Quantum mechanics is today maybe the most important theory in physics. It describes the behavior of atoms and electrons and is fundamental in chemistry, thermodynamics, optics, astrophysics, nuclear reactions, ... From the mathematical point of view, it raises exiting questions and has been a driving motivation for developments in analysis, probability and geometry.

Bad reason : I don't understand why "quantum group" should be call "quantum".

No mathematics knowledge is needed except to know what "diagonalising a matrix" means.

Lieu

Room 17, Séminaire des doctorants

Organisé par

Section de mathématiques

Intervenants

Raphaël Ducatez, University of Geneva

entrée libre

Classement

Catégorie: Séminaire

Mots clés: graduate seminar

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