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Landau-Ginzburg mirrors and amplitudes

Satellite
26th May 2020 to 29th May 2020
Organisers: 
Ursula Whitcher American Mathematical Society
Charles Doran University of Alberta
Konstanze Rietsch King's College London
Ed Segal Imperial College London

**The activities of this workshop have been disrupted by the continuing global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). See this page for further details**

 

Workshop theme

In conjunction with the London School of Geometry and Number Theory (LSGNT), the Isaac Newton Institute is sponsoring a satellite school for postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers on this rapidly transforming interface between geometry and physics. Lectures, both stand-alone and in series, will cover multiple aspects of mirror symmetry, with an emphasis on both A-model and B-model methods. Special attention will be paid to the Fano/Landau-Ginzburg mirror correspondence. The mathematics and physics of Feynman amplitudes will be introduced, with examples and applications to cutting-edge research. This satellite school will provide an excellent preparation for senior postgraduate researchers interested in attending the workshop KAHW04 at INI.

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~uaw/lgmirrors/

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