Time and location: Thursdays, 15:15–17:00;
Seminar Room C221, Faculty of Physics (CeNT II building), ul. Pasteura 5, Warszawa
Oct 15th
 Maciej Kolanowski (WFUW) 
The canonical description of a lagrangean field theory, I

Oct 22nd
 Maciej Kolanowski (WFUW) 
The canonical description of a lagrangean field theory, II

Oct 29th

Maciej Kolanowski (WFUW) 
The canonical description of a lagrangean field theory, III

Nov 5th

Mariusz Tobolski (WFUW) 
The canonical description of a lagrangean field theory, IV

Nov 12th

Mariusz Tobolski (WFUW) 
The canonical description of a lagrangean field theory, V

Nov 19th

Mariusz Tobolski (WFUW) 
The canonical description of a lagrangean field theory, VI

Nov 26th

Aleksander Strzelczyk (WFUW) 
Functorial quantisation  a case study I

Dec3rd

Aleksander Strzelczyk (WFUW) 
Functorial quantisation  a case study I, cntd.

Dec 79
 K. Gawędzki, M. Mulase, I. Runkel 
Advanced School on Topological Quantum Field Theory

Dec 10th
 Motohico Mulase (University of California, Davis)  Opers and quantum curves through Gaiotto's conjecture 
Jan 7th
 Aleksander Strzelczyk (WFUW) 

Jan 14th
 Jacek Krajczok (WFUW) 
Lie groups: from algebra to differential geometry, I

Jan 21st
 Kazunobu Maruyoshi (Imperial College, London)  Anomalies of class S_k theories via 6d 
Jan 28th
 Jacek Krajczok (WFUW) 
Lie groups: from algebra to differential geometry, II

The main theme we are going to focus on in this semester are spinors
and their appearance and role in mathematics and physics. Spinors are
associated with subspaces in quadratic spaces and can be studied
(mathematically) from representation theoretic or
geometric perspective. The former one has to do with Clifford algebras
and their
representations, Spin groups, etc.; the latter approach focuses on the
behaviour of spinors under the action of Lie groups. Spinors are also
abundant in physics: they are used for the modelling of Fermi fields, the spinstatistics theorem is one of the pillars of
quantum field theory, they are intimately related to supersymmetry.
Apart from the analysis of spinors, in this semester we will also hear
several talks by excellent guests on related (or unrelated) topics.
Oct 3rd

Piotr
Sułkowski (IFT WFUW)
&
Rafał R. Suszek (KMMF WFUW)

The
algebra and geometry of modern physics  an
introduction

Oct
10th

Karol
Palka (IMPAN)

Categories
and all that, I...

Oct
17th

Michał
Heller
(University of Amsterdam & NCBJ)

A
brief introduction to the AdS/CFT correspondence
and
its applications

Oct
24th

Motohico
Mulase
(University of California, Davis)

Quantization
of the spectral curves for Hitchin fibrations
via
EynardOrantin theory

Oct
31st

Karol
Palka (IMPAN) 
Categories
and all that, II...

Nov
7th

Rafał
R. Suszek (KMMF WFUW) 
Quantum
(field) theory as a functor, I... 
Nov
14th

Rafał
R. Suszek (KMMF WFUW) 
Quantum
(field) theory as a functor, II... 
Nov
28th

Rafał
R. Suszek (KMMF WFUW) 
Quantum
(field) theory as a functor, III... 
Dec
5th

Satoshi
Nawata
(Nikhef, Amsterdam)

ChernSimons theory, quantum
knot invariants,
and volume conjectures, I...

Dec
6th

Satoshi
Nawata
(Nikhef, Amsterdam)

ChernSimons theory, quantum
knot invariants,
and volume conjectures, II...

Dec
12th

Krzysztof
Bielas & Jerzy Król
(Uniwersytet Śląski) 
Some remarks on nonplanar
Feynman diagrams
Quasimodularity and physics of
exotic smooth R4

Dec
19th

Karol
K. Kozłowski
(CNRS, IMB, UB Dijon)

Problems
in asymptotic analysis
triggered
by quantum integrable models

Jan
9th

Andrew
Bruce (IMPAN)

What the functor is
a superfield?

Jan
16th

Hiroyuki
Fuji
(Tsinghua University & MPI Bonn)

Knot homology via string theory

Jan
23rd

Noboru
Ito
(Waseda Institute of Advanced Study)

A Khovanov bicomplex of the colored Jones
polynomial

Last updated June 4th, 2019
