Differential geometry and mathematical physics

The interaction between the subjects of mathematics and physics has been of central importance in the development of both fields. The work of Newton led to the development of calculus. The work of Gauss, Riemann, Hilbert and Minkowski was of central importance in enabling the development of modern physical theories such as quantum mechanics and general relativity. Some examples of subjects in this field represented at KTH are:

RANDOM MATRIX THEORY AND MATHEMATICAL STATISTICAL MECHANICS

ANALYSIS ON MANIFOLDS AND GENERAL RELATIVITY


SCHRÖDINGER OPERATORS AND SPECTRAL THEORY

QUANTUM DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY AND THE SEARCH FOR INTEGRABILITY IN M(EMBRANE) THEORY

  • Jens Hoppe
  • Mauriusz Hynek
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