The interaction between mathematics and physics has been increasingly thriving, leading to novel discoveries and perspectives. A deep goal of theoretical physics is to unify the four fundamental forces of nature, described by quantum field theory and general relativity. Einstein spent many years on this quest. While his attempts were not successful, his pursuit was certainly worthwhile and the mantle is being carried today by researchers from modern perspectives. Interestingly, mathematics has been playing an increasingly important role in this quest, allowing to probe deeper by studying emerging structures, classical and quantum.
Title: Correspondences of Quantum L-infinity Algebras (BV-theories)
Speaker: Branislav Jurco (Charles University, Prague )
Title: Matrix Quantization of Classical Nambu Brackets and Super p-Branes
Speaker: Meer Ashwinkumar (The University of Tokyo)
Title: Non-invertible symmetry, holography and branes
Speaker: Ibrahima Bah (Johns Hopkins University, USA)