Mathematics

Non-Spherically Symmetric Collapse in AdS Spacetimes

Queen Mary, University of London
Hans Bantilan discusses gravitational collapse in asymptotically anti-de Sitter spacetimes away from spherical symmetry. Publication
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String-Theory-Based Predictions in Strongly Interacting Fermi Gases

Queen Mary, University of London
Very different strongly interacting quantum systems such as Fermi gases, quark-gluon plasmas formed in high energy ion collisions and black […]
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A Visualization of the Classical Musical Tradition

City, University of London
Yang-Hui discusses his study of around 13,000 musical compositions from the Western classical tradition is carried out, spanning 33 major […]
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Calabi-Yau Volumes and Reflexive Polytopes

City, University of London
Yang-Hui He discusses various geometrical quantities for Calabi-Yau varieties realized as cones over Gorenstein Fano varieties, obtained as toric varieties […]
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Triangulations of the sphere, bitrades and abelian groups
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Triangulations of the sphere, bitrades and abelian groups

Royal Holloway, University of London
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Reconstruction and quantization of Riemannian structures

Queen Mary University of London
Shahn Majid discusses his study into how the Riemannian structure on a manifold can be usefully reconstructed from its codifferential.
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Modality, mathematics, and logic

Columbia University
Justin Clarke-Doane joined the Columbia department in 2014. His work centers on metaphysical and epistemological problems surrounding apparently a priori […]
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Analogy – Random walks through the Sahara Desert

Queen Mary University London
Professor Charles R. Leedham-Green, Queen Mary, University of London. The Product replacement algorithm, an algorithm within computational group theory, gene…
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Self-avoiding trails on the square lattice

Queen Mary University London
Dr Thomas Prellberg, Queen Mary, University of London A. Bedini, A. L. Owczarek and T. Prellberg, “Self-avoiding trails with nearest […]
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