The Reasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics

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The Reasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics

 07 Oct 2022
1500 GMT

ICMS - Bayes Centre

Organisers

  • Tudor Dimofte, Maxwell Institute
  • Minhyong Kim , ICMS/Maxwell Institute

About:

This seminar will meet weekly on Fridays from 15:00 to 17:00 (GMT) in ICMS seminar room 5.02. The talks will be informal, mostly for mathematicians, physicists, and other interested people to teach each other about topics of common interest. The speaker will typically not prepare a systematic talk and be encouraged to use any portion of the allotted time interval that they judge appropriate. The talk will be followed by a self-organising dinner for people who have time to join. Information on forthcoming talks to follow.

Past Events:

18 Feb 2022
Neil Turok, University of Edinburgh

The puzzling path integral for gravity

25 Feb 2022
Neil Turok, University of Edinburgh

The puzzling path integral for gravity, part II

04 Mar 2022
Joan Simon and Brian Williams , University of Edinburgh

Aspects of Renormalisation

18 Mar 2022
Brian Williams, University of Edinburgh

A Mathematical Perspective on Renormalisation

15 Apr 2022
TBC

Physics and Mathematics of Renormalisation