Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy




XIV. International Workshop

LIE THEORY

AND ITS

APPLICATIONS IN PHYSICS

21 - 27 June 2021, Varna, Bulgaria



Scope and Topics:

The meeting covers the whole field of Lie Theory in its widest sense together with its applications in many facets of physics. As interface between mathematics and physics the workshop serves as a meeting place for mathematicians and theoretical and mathematical physicists.
The first three workshops were organised in Clausthal (1995,1997,1999), the 4th, 6th and 12th were part of the 2nd, 4th, 10th Symposium 'Quantum Theory and Symmetries' in Cracow (2001), Varna (2005, 2017), the 5th, 7th to 11th, 13th were organised in Varna (2003,2007-2015,2019), see: http://theo.inrne.bas.bg/~dobrev/

The preliminary programme includes the following topics:

LIE THEORY:
- Representation Theory
- Infinite-Dimensional Lie Groups and Algebras
- Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory
- Cluster Algebras, Quiver Representations
- Superalgebras and Supergroups
- Quantum Groups and Noncommutative Geometry
- Symmetries in Quantum Computing, Entanglement
- Operator Algebras
- Symmetries of Linear and Nonlinear PDO
- Special Functions
APPLICATIONS IN PHYSICS:
- Symmetries in String Theory
- Supergravity, Quantum Gravity
- Conformal Field Theories
- Integrable Systems
- Relativistic and Nonrelativistic Holography
- Neural Networks, Deep Learning
- Gauge Field Theories
- Noncommutative Quantum Theories
- Symmetries in Dynamical Systems
- Symmetries in Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics


International Advisory Committee:

L. Accardi (Rome)
L. Bonora (SISSA)
A. Connes (IHES)
A. Dabholkar (ICTP)
R. Dijkgraaf (IAS)
M.R. Douglas (Rutgers)
S. Ferrara (CERN)
A.M. Fino (Torino)
K. Fredenhagen (Hamburg)
E. Ivanov (JINR)
M. Jimbo (Tokyo)
V.G. Kac (MIT)
L.H. Kauffman (Chicago)
T. Kobayashi (Tokyo)
C. Kristjansen (Niels Bohr Inst.)
A. Morozov (Moscow)
W. Nahm (DIAS)
H. Nicolai (Potsdam)
A. Sudbery (York)
I.T. Todorov (Sofia)
E. Witten (Princeton)



International Steering Committee:

C. Burdik (Prague)
V.K. Dobrev (Sofia, Chair)
H.D. Doebner (Clausthal)
B. Dragovich (Belgrade)
G.S. Pogosyan (Yerevan & Guadalajara & Dubna)



Timetable:
Monday, June 21: Arrival and registration in the afternoon
Tuesday, June 22: Talks begin in the morning
Saturday, June 26: Talks end in the late afternoon
Sunday, June 27: Departure


Conference Site and Travel:

The Conference site is situated in the beach resort area extending to the north-east of Varna on the Black Sea Coast. Varna is Bulgaria's third largest city and main naval port. The most convenient way to travel from abroad is by plane to Varna airport. In the summer there are many regular (daily) flights to Varna from many European cities and regular daily flights from Sofia (Bulgaria's capital). The latter is connected with Europe's major cities by regular daily flights. Travel by train is to Varna railway station. Detailed travel information will be given later.

Registration:

The registration procedure will be announced in February-March 2021, the registration deadline will be about two months later.


Address for correspondence:

Prof. V.K. Dobrev
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy
72 Tsarigradsko Chaussee
1784 Sofia
Bulgaria

Phone: +359 2 9795530
E-mail:   dobrev@inrne.bas.bg,  vkdobrev@yahoo.com,
dobrev@ictp.it (back-up)
WWW: http://theo.inrne.bas.bg/~dobrev/LT-14.htm



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Last modified: 25 September 2020

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