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SUMMARY:Math Kitchen Party: organized by Daniele Turchetti (Dalhousie)
DESCRIPTION:Number Theory in Quantum Mechanics\nSuresh Eswarathasan (Dalhousie | 8:00-8:20)\nIn this lecture\, I will discuss some concrete connections between two seemingly disparate fields: number theory and quantum mechanics. The first 10 minutes will be spent giving some “standard” facts in these disciplines before spending the last 10 minutes on the implications of the Sum of Two Squares Theorem (or rather\, its refinements) on certain quantum waves. \nGetting Back to Your Roots\nJason Brown (Dalhousie | 8:40-9:00)\nPolynomials arise in various combinatorial settings\, and their roots are of interest for both applied and theoretical reasons. In this talk I’ll provide a few examples\, and show how exploring the nature and location of the roots can connect us back to giants of the past\, such as Newton\, Gauss\, Hermite and Julia. \nMusical Interlude\n\nDorette Pronk (Dalhousie)\n\nThis is a virtual zoom meeting. If you would like to attend\, please email the organizers for connection details. \n[more information about the Math Kitchen Party summer talk series]
URL:https://aarms.math.ca/event/math-kitchen-party-2020-07-09/
LOCATION:Zoom seminar
CATEGORIES:AARMS Summer Talk Series
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