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===PhilSang Yoo===
 
===PhilSang Yoo===
TBA
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''Classical Field Theories for Quantum Geometric Langlands''
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One can study a class of classical field theories in a purely
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algebraic manner, thanks to the recent development of derived symplectic
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geometry. After reviewing the basics of derived symplectic geometry, I
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will discuss some interesting examples of classical field theories,
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including B-model, Chern-Simons theory, and Kapustin-Witten theory. Time
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permitting, I will make a proposal to understand quantum geometric
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Langlands and other related Langlands dualities in a unified way from
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the perspective of field theory.
  
 
===Luke Oeding===
 
===Luke Oeding===
 
TBA
 
TBA

Revision as of 16:11, 9 September 2016

The seminar meets on Fridays at 2:25 pm in Van Vleck B305.

Here is the schedule for the previous semester.

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Fall 2016 Schedule

date speaker title host(s)
September 23 PhilSang Yoo (Northwestern) Classical Field Theories for Quantum Geometric Langlands Dima
October 14 Luke Oeding (Auburn) TBA Steven
October 28 Adam Boocher (Utah) TBA Daniel
November 4 Reserved TBA Daniel
November 11 Daniel Litt (Columbia) TBA Jordan
November 18 David Stapleton (Stony Brook) TBA Daniel
December 2 Rohini Ramadas (Michigan) TBA Daniel and Jordan

Abstracts

PhilSang Yoo

Classical Field Theories for Quantum Geometric Langlands

One can study a class of classical field theories in a purely algebraic manner, thanks to the recent development of derived symplectic geometry. After reviewing the basics of derived symplectic geometry, I will discuss some interesting examples of classical field theories, including B-model, Chern-Simons theory, and Kapustin-Witten theory. Time permitting, I will make a proposal to understand quantum geometric Langlands and other related Langlands dualities in a unified way from the perspective of field theory.

Luke Oeding

TBA