
2週內演講

NCTS/NCKU Algebraic Geometry Seminar, 香港科技大學 張懷良教授
Tuesday, December 25, 13:10—15:00 數學系3樓會議室
Title: Feynman Structures in Gromov Witten Theory Abstract: For compact CY 3fold, such as the quintic 3fold, the math study of higher genus GW potentials Fg has been open for over two decades. Recently, we prove quintic's Fg's are analytic functions, satisfy YamaguchiYau finite generation conjecture(2004), and BCOV Feynman graph conjecture(1993). This determines the infinite series Fg up to 3g3 unknowns. For example we recover F1 and obtain F2 completely. Our approach is packaging ``NMixedSpinP fields" (NMSP) moduli for large N. This is a joint work with Shuai Guo and Jun Li.

Algebraic Geometry Seminar, Purdue University, Prof. Uli Walther
Tuesday, January 8, 11:10—12:00 數學系3樓會議室
Title: Feynman Diagrams and Singularities of Configuration Polynomials Abstract: A Feynman diagram is a graph with some extra decorations. It contains in condensed form the information necessary to describe a particle interaction and the corresponding Feynman integral. This integral involves a polynomial that appears (with some power) as denominator of the integrand. Understanding the singularities of this graph polynomial is crucial for evaluating the integrals (which, apart from their physical nature also exhibit some mysterious connection to number theory). We discuss a classica, more general, approach via matroids that leads to configuration polynomials. We then discuss the structure of the singular locus of graph and configuration polynomials. This is joint work with Graham Denham and Mathias Schulze. No knowledge of Feynman diagrams is assumed. The talk is intended to be elementary and suitable for students.

Colloquium, Purdue University, Prof. Uli Walther
Thursday, January 10, 15:10—16:00 數學系3174
Title:What is...the Monodromy Conjecture? Abstract: Suppose f is a polynomial in n variables whose coefficients are integers. In this mostly expository talk we discuss 4 classical ways (differential, geometric, topological, and arithmetic in nature) that lead to four single variable expressions derived from f that measure its singularities. These are the BernsteinSato polynomial, the monodromy on the Milnor fiber, the topological zeta function an the Igusa zeta function. We explain some known relations between these and then discuss a conjecture that has been open for 30 years. The talk is intended to be elementary and suitable for students.





