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Landau-Ginzburg mirrors and amplitudes

26th May 2020 to 29th May 2020
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.

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