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Topological Quantum Field Theory Seminar   RSS

06/02/2013, 14:00 — 15:00 — Room P5.18, Mathematics Building
John Huerta, Instituto Superior Técnico

Introduction to anomalies

In physics, an "anomaly" is the failure of a classical symmetry at the quantum level. Anomalies play a key role in assessing the consistency of a quantum field theory, and link up with cohomology in mathematics, a general tool by which mathematicians understand whether a desired construction is possible. In this informal series of talks, we aim to understand what physicists mean by an "anomaly" and their mathematical interpretation.

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Current organizers: José MourãoRoger Picken, Marko Stošić

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FCT Projects PTDC/MAT-GEO/3319/2014, Quantization and Kähler Geometry, PTDC/MAT-PUR/31089/2017, Higher Structures and Applications.

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