Date(s) : 26/01/2015 iCal
14 h 00 min - 15 h 00 min
I will talk about two related projects, applying recent methods in Kähler geometry to some questions in physics. First, I will explain, how to use the sections of positive line bundle on Riemann surfaces and on Kahler manifolds to construct Laughlin wave functions for integer and fractional Quantum Hall effect and compute their scaling limits for large number of particles. Second, I will talk about a proposal to define statistical sums over geometries, using the approach of random Bergman metrics.