PROJECT

Based on advanced geometric and topological constructions the ReNewQuantum teams will build a new approach to Quantum Theory - providing explicit recursive schemes which compute effectively quantum corrections to all orders and obtaining exact results using all non-perturbative contributions.

LATEST PUBLICATION

A Generalization of King's Equation via Noncommutative Geometry

Gourab Bhattacharya, Maxim Kontsevich
We introduce a framework in noncommutative geometry consisting of a∗-algebra, a bimodule endowed... read more

NEXT EVENT

School and Workshop in Topological Recursion

Postoponed until 2021
Otranto, Italy
The event will consist in three parts, 4 days each. Each part can be attended independantly. The first two parts will be dedicated to a summer school for graduate students, with an introductory school and advanced school. The third and last part will consist of an open problem workshop, where senior participants will be asked to submit problems to work on in small groups. With this event we hope to bring together the entire spectrum of the topological recursion community. Graduate students who are not familiar with the topic of topological recursion, but who would like to learn about it and use it in their research are welcome... read more

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ReNewQuantum INTERNAL SEMINAR

Nicolas Orantin (UNIGE Geneva)- TBA

July 14th 2020, 03:00 PM CEST
ZOOM Seminar (only available for ReNewQuantum team members)   
TBA  

ReNewQuantum SEMINAR

Maxim Kontsevich (IHÉS) - Exponential integrals, Lefschetz thimbles and linear resurgence

June 30th 2020, 03:00 PM CEST
ZOOM Seminar     &YouTube Live
Very often in physics and mathematics we have an asymptotic expansion in small parameter which is divergent because the coefficients have factorial growth an ∼ n! exp(O(n))... read more