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Karen Strung (Prag): Simple constructions from Hilbert C(X)-correspondences. Oberseminar C*-Algebren.

Tuesday, 12.11.2019 15:15 im Raum SRZ 216
Mathematik und Informatik

Given a Hilbert C*-correspondence over C(X), one can construct the associated Cuntz--Pimsner algebra. In the case that the correspondence is full, nonperiodic, and minimal, the resulting C*-algebra is simple and unital. An example of such a correspondence is obtained by taking the right Hilbert C(X)-module of continuous sections of a vector bundle over X and twisting the left multiplication by a minimal homeomorphism. As is the case of crossed products by minimal homeomorphisms, one can identify ``orbit-breaking" C*-subalgebras. In this talk I will discuss these Cuntz--Pimsner C*-algebras and their orbit-breaking subalgebras, their relationship to one another, and when they can be classified by Elliott invariants. This is joint work with Adamo, Archey, Forough, Georgescu, Jeong and Viola.



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Oberseminare und sonstige Vorträge
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wuebbel

Ina Humpert (WWU Münster): Modelling Vesicle Transport in Neurite Growth

Wednesday, 13.11.2019 16:15 im Raum M5
Mathematik und Informatik

The topic of the talk will be a paper, I wrote in collaboration with Jan-Frederik Pietschmann (TU Chemnitz) and Andreas W. Püschel and Danila Di Meo (both WWU, Institute for molecular cell biology). A preprint is available on: https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.02055



Angelegt am Friday, 08.11.2019 15:58 von wuebbel
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Kolloquium der angewandten Mathematik
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kollwit

Nina Holden, ETH Zürich: Cardy embedding of random planar maps (Oberseminar Mathematische Stochastik)

Wednesday, 13.11.2019 17:00 im Raum SRZ 117
Mathematik und Informatik

A random planar map is a canonical model for a discrete random surface which is studied in probability theory, combinatorics, mathematical physics, and geometry. Liouville quantum gravity is a canonical model for a random 2D Riemannian manifold with roots in the physics literature. In a joint work with Xin Sun, we prove a strong relationship between these two natural models for random surfaces. Namely, we prove that the random planar map converges in the scaling limit to Liouville quantum gravity under a discrete conformal embedding which we call the Cardy embedding.



Angelegt am Monday, 02.09.2019 11:48 von kollwit
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Stochastik
Oberseminare und sonstige Vorträge
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pfeifer

Blaise Boissonneau: NIPity in Algebraic Extensions of Q_p

Thursday, 14.11.2019 11:00 im Raum SR 1D
Mathematik und Informatik

A very important open question in the study of NIP fields is the following: do they always admit a non-trivial henselian valuation? Qp is a good example, since it is NIP and its valuation is definable. In this talk, I will explore algebraic extensions of Qp and classify which ones are NIP. On the way, it will give some insight about NIP fields in the general case.



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Testbrett
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16. John von Neumann Lecture: Prof. Dr. Wendelin Werner (ETH Zurich): From Brownian loops to fields

Thursday, 14.11.2019 16:30 im Raum M5
Mathematik und Informatik


Abstract:
We will describe natural infinite collections of random (Brownian) loops, some of their nice features, and how they are related to some basic ideas and concepts from physics. We will in particular focus on some underlying intriguing random geometric objects in d-dimensional space, and how their construction and behavior drastically differ when d=3, 4 and 5.


About Wendelin Werner:
Wendelin Werner (born 1968) is a German-born French mathematician working on random processes such as self-avoiding random walks, Brownian motion, Schramm-Loewner evolution, and related theories in probability theory and mathematical physics. He is professor at ETH Zurich.

In 2006, he received the Fields Medal for his contribution to the development of stochastic Loewner evolution, the geometry of two-dimensional Brownian motion, and conformal field theory. He was also honoured with the Rollo Davidson Prize in 1998, the Fermat Prize in 2001, the Grand Prix Jacques Herbrand of the French Academy of Sciences in 2003, the Loève Prize in 2005, the SIAM George Pólya Prize in 2006 and the Heinz Gumin Prize in 2016. He is a member of the French Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences.



Angelegt am Monday, 01.07.2019 11:30 von vliesche
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John von Neumann-Lecture
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