EMaCs lecture by Gunther Cornelissen9-11-2011 (wednesday)
On Wednesday November 9 Gunther Cornelissen (UU) will speak in the EMaCs (Eindhoven Mathematics Colloquiums). Title: Number Theory and Physics, an eternal rusty braid. Time: 16:00-17:00. Place: DIAMANT lecture room (Main Building (HG) 9.41). There will be drinks after the talk.Back to calendar
Abstract: I will describe joint work with Matilde Marcolli in which we apply ideas from quantum statistical mechanics and dynamical systems to solve the number theoretical analogue of the problem "how to hear the shape of a drum".
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