New Trends in Mathematical Physics: Selected contributions of the XVth International Congress on Mathematical Physics by Vladas SidoraviciusNew Trends in Mathematical Physics: Selected contributions of the XVth International Congress on Mathematical Physics by Vladas Sidoravicius

New Trends in Mathematical Physics: Selected contributions of the XVth International Congress on…

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This book collects selected papers written by invited and plenary speakers of the 15th International Congress on Mathematical Physics (ICMP) in the aftermath of the conference. In extensive review articles and expository texts as well as advanced research articles the world leading experts present the state of the art in modern mathematical physics. New mathematical concepts and ideas are introduced by prominent mathematicalphysicists and mathematicians, covering among others the fields of Dynamical Systems, Operator Algebras, Partial Differential Equations, Probability Theory, Random Matrices, Condensed Matter Physics, Statistical Mechanics, General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Information and String Theory. All together the contributions in this book give a panoramic view of the latest developments in mathematical physics. They will help readers with a general interest in mathematical physics to get an update on the most recent developments in their field, and give a broad overview on actual and future research directions in this fascinating and rapidly expanding area.
Title:New Trends in Mathematical Physics: Selected contributions of the XVth International Congress on…Format:HardcoverDimensions:914 pagesPublished:August 26, 2009Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. N. Anantharaman, H. Koch, S. Nonnenmacher, Entropy of Eigenfunctions2. G. Benfatto, Rigorous construction of Luttinger liquids through Ward identities3. C. Bergbauer, D. Kreimer, New algebraic aspects of perturbative and non-perturbative Quantum Field Theory4. P. Bleher, Exact solution of the Six-vertex model with domain wall boundary conditions5. M. Bojowald, mathematical issues in loop quantum cosmology6. L. Bertini, S. Brassesco, P. Butta, Boundary effects on the interface dynamics for the stochastic Allen-Cahn equation.7. J. Buzzi, Dimensional entropies and semi-uniform hyperbolicity8. F. Camia, The scaling limit of (Near-) critical 2D percolation9. G.L. Cardoso, Black hole entropy function and duality10. J. Colliander, Weak turbulence for periodic NLS11. S. Dain, Angular momentum-mass inequality for axisymmetric black holes12. D. Damanik, Almost everything about the Fibonacci operator13. I. Davetak, T. Brun, M.-H. Hsieh, Entanglement-assisted quantum error-correcting codes14. G. Delfino, Particle decay in Ising field theory with magnetic field15. B. Derrida, Fluctuations and large deviations in non-equilibrium systems16. L. Diaz, Robust heterodimensional cycles and tame dynamics17. B. Dubrovin, Hamiltonian perturbations of hyperbolic PDEs: from classification results to the properties of solutions18. P. Fendley, K. Schoutens, Lattice supersymmetry from the ground up19. L.R.G. Fontes, P.H.S. Lima, Convergence of symmetric trap models in the hypercube20. F. Guerra, Spontaneous replica symmetry breaking in the mean field spin glass model21. S. Gukov, Surface Operators and Knot Homologies22. Y. Kawahigashi, Conformal Field Theory and Operator Algebras.23. A. Kiselev, Diffusion and mixing in fluid flow: a review24. F. Germinet, A. Klein, Random Schrodinger operators: Localization and delocalization, and all that25. A. Kleinschmidt, Unifying R-symmetry in M-theory26. O. Kozlovski, S. van Strien, Stable maps are dense in dimension one27. I. Krasovsky, large gap asymptotics for random matrices28. G. Landi, Noncommutatiove manifolds and quantum groups29. M. Marinho, Topological strings on local curves30. M. Merkli, Repeated interaction quantum systems31. J. Mund, String-localized quantum fields, modular localization, and gauge theories32. G. Mussardo, Kinks and particles in non-integrable Quantum Field Theory33. A. Jensen, G. Nenciu, Exponential decay laws in perturbation theory of threshold an embedded eigenvalues34. S. Olla, Energy diffusion and superdiffusion in oscillators lattice networks35. E.R. Pujals, Trying to characterize robust and generic dynamics36. B. Schlein, Dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates37. B. Nachtergaele, R. Sims, Locality estimates for quantum spin systems38. A. Soshnikov, On reseolvent identities in Gaussian ensembles at the edge of the spectrum39. H. Spohn, Energy current correlations for weakly anharmonic lattices40. C.M. Newman, D.L. Stein, Metastates, translation ergodicity, and simplicity of thermodynamic states in disordered systems: an illustration41. M.Sh. Birman, T.A. Suslina, Homogenization of periodic differential operators as a spectral threshold effect42. P. Dorey, C. Dunning, D. Masoero, J. Suzuki, R. Tateo, ABCD and ODEs43. J. Teschner, Nonrational conformal field theory44. C. A. Tracy, H. Widom, The distributions of random matrix theory and their applications45. J. Kappeli, S. Theisen, P. Vanhove, Hybrid formalism and topological amplitudes46. M. Aizenman, E.H. Lieb, R. Seiringer, J.P. Solovej, J. Yngvason, Quantum phases of cold bosons in an optical lattice47. O. Zeitouni, Random walks in random environment in the perturbative regime48. N. Cancrini, F. Martinelli, C. Roberto, C. Toninelli, Kinetically constrained models49. T. Suidan, Random matrices, non-intersecting random walks, and some aspects of universality