Past Events

2019-2020

May 05

Simone Warzel, Technical University of Munich

Spectral Gaps, Incompressibility, and Fragmented Matrix-Product States in a Fractional Quantum Hall System
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May 01

Uzy Smilansky, Weizmann Institute

Systematics of spectral shifts in random matrix ensembles
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Mar 10

Marius Lemm, Harvard University

Spectral Gaps in Quantum Spin Systems
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Mar 03

Ian Jauslin, Princeton University

A Simplified Approach to Interacting Bose Gases
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Feb 25

Michael Kiessling, Rutgers University

Quantization of the electromagnetic field as a consequence of old-fashioned semi-relativistic quantum mechanics of radiating atoms
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Feb 11

Charles Newman, Courant Institute

A Gaussian process related to the mass spectrum of the near-critical Ising model
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Nov 12

Paul Bourgade, Courant Institute, NYU

Branching processes in random matrix theory and analytic number theory
Jadwin Hall A06 / -
Oct 29

Martin Fraas, Virginia Tech

A many-body Fredholm index for ground state spaces and Abelian anyons
Jadwin Hall A06 / -
Oct 22

Michael Aizenman, Princeton University

Geometric analysis of frustration in a class of SU(2S+1) invariant quantum spin chains
Jadwin Hall A06 / -
Oct 15

Rodrigo Matos, Michigan State University

Localization in the Disordered Hubbard Model within Hartree-Fock Theory
Jadwin Hall A06 / -
Oct 08

Michael Aizenman, Princeton University

*Postponed till 10/22/19* Geometric analysis of frustration in a class of SU(2S+1) invariant quantum spin chains
Jadwin Hall A06 / -
Sep 24

Simone Warzel, Technical University of Munich

The Quantum Random Energy Model
Jadwin Hall A06 / -