Center Seminar on Mondays / Spring2019


Center for Advanced Studies
Seminar on Mondays at 14.30 at Skoltech

January 28, 2019 / Vasily Krylov (Skoltech, HSE Univ.)
= = = On spectra of Laplacians on groups and graphs associated with group actions / abstract
February 11, 2019 / Alexander Belavin (Landau Inst., Kharkevich Inst.)
= = = JKLMR conjecture and Batyrev’s polytopes
February 18, 2019 / Nikita Nekrasov (Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Skoltech)
= = = Surface defects in gauge theories, Painleve VI, and quantum /classical correspondence
February 25, 2019 / Yurii Neretin (Univ. of Vienna, ITEP)
= = = Infinite-dimensional (G,K)-pairs and train constructions
March 4, 2019 / Oleg Lychkovskiy (Skoltech, Steklov Inst.)
= = = Mobile impurity in a one-dimensional quantum fluid: Perpetual motion after a local quantum quench / abstract
March 11, 2019 / Alexander Gaifullin (Skoltech, Steklov Inst., Moscow Univ.)
= = = On cohomology of subgroups of mapping class groups / abstract
March 18, 2019 / Piotr Grinevich (Landau Inst., Moscow Univ.)
= = = Totally non-negative Grassmannians, M-curves and real regular KP-2 solutions / I / abstract
March 25, 2019 / Vasily Golyshev (Kharkevich Inst.)
= = = Monodromy of quantum differential equations / abstract
April 1, 2019 / Piotr Grinevich (Landau Inst., Moscow Univ.)
= = = Totally non-negative Grassmannians, M-curves and real regular KP-2 solutions / II / abstract
April 8, 2019 / Martin Moeller (Frankfurt Univ.)
= = = Characteristic numbers of billards and intersection theory on moduli space / abstract
Thursday, April 11, 2019 / Ben Hoare (ETH Zürich)
= = = The Yang-Baxter deformation of the AdS5 x S5 superstring: resolving some puzzle / abstract
April 15, 2019 / Evgeny Feigin (HSE Univ., Skoltech)
= = = Schur polynomials and Peter-Weyl theorem for current algebras

April 29, 2019
Alexis Bouthier
(Mathematics Inst. of Jussieu–Paris)
Around Hitchin type fibrations

We will survey some results on different versions of Hitchin fibrations, the Lie algebra and the group cases and explain they appear as global versions of local objects, such as affine Springer fibers, that play a crucial role in local harmonic analysis and geometric representation theory


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