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Book DetailsProceedings of Symposia in Pure MathematicsVolume: 98; 2018; 294 ppMSC: Primary 14; 58; 81;
This volume contains the proceedings of the conference StringMath 2016, which was held from June 27–July 2, 2016, at Collége de France, Paris, France.
StringMath is an annual conference covering the most significant progress at the interface of string theory and mathematics. The two fields have had a very fruitful dialogue over the last thirty years, with string theory contributing key ideas which have opened entirely new areas of mathematics and modern mathematics providing powerful concepts and tools to deal with the intricacies of string and quantum field theory.
The papers in this volume cover topics ranging from supersymmetric quantum field theories, topological strings, and conformal nets to moduli spaces of curves, representations, instantons, and harmonic maps, with applications to spectral theory and to the geometric Langlands program.
ReadershipAdvanced graduate students, mathematicians, and mathematical physicists interested in string theory.

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Articles

Mathew Bullimore — Threedimensional $\mathcal {N}=4$ gauge theories in omega background

Stefano Cremonesi — 3d supersymmetric gauge theories and Hilbert series

Ryosuke Kodera and Hiraku Nakajima — Quantized Coulomb branches of Jordan quiver gauge theories and cyclotomic rational Cherednik algebras

Aswin Balasubramanian and Jörg Teschner — Supersymmetric field theories and geometric Langlands: The other side of the coin

Olivia Dumitrescu — A journey from the Hitchin section to the oper moduli

Davide Gaiotto — Sduality of boundary conditions and the Geometric Langlands program

P. Gavrylenko and O. Lisovyy — Pure $\mathrm {SU}(2)$ gauge theory partition function and generalized Bessel kernel

Ludmil Katzarkov, Pranav Pandit and Carlos Simpson — Reduction for $SL(3)$ prebuildings

André Henriques — Conformal nets are factorization algebras

Alexander Polishchuk — Contracting the Weierstrass locus to a point

Marcos Mariño — Spectral theory and mirror symmetry


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This volume contains the proceedings of the conference StringMath 2016, which was held from June 27–July 2, 2016, at Collége de France, Paris, France.
StringMath is an annual conference covering the most significant progress at the interface of string theory and mathematics. The two fields have had a very fruitful dialogue over the last thirty years, with string theory contributing key ideas which have opened entirely new areas of mathematics and modern mathematics providing powerful concepts and tools to deal with the intricacies of string and quantum field theory.
The papers in this volume cover topics ranging from supersymmetric quantum field theories, topological strings, and conformal nets to moduli spaces of curves, representations, instantons, and harmonic maps, with applications to spectral theory and to the geometric Langlands program.
Advanced graduate students, mathematicians, and mathematical physicists interested in string theory.

Articles

Mathew Bullimore — Threedimensional $\mathcal {N}=4$ gauge theories in omega background

Stefano Cremonesi — 3d supersymmetric gauge theories and Hilbert series

Ryosuke Kodera and Hiraku Nakajima — Quantized Coulomb branches of Jordan quiver gauge theories and cyclotomic rational Cherednik algebras

Aswin Balasubramanian and Jörg Teschner — Supersymmetric field theories and geometric Langlands: The other side of the coin

Olivia Dumitrescu — A journey from the Hitchin section to the oper moduli

Davide Gaiotto — Sduality of boundary conditions and the Geometric Langlands program

P. Gavrylenko and O. Lisovyy — Pure $\mathrm {SU}(2)$ gauge theory partition function and generalized Bessel kernel

Ludmil Katzarkov, Pranav Pandit and Carlos Simpson — Reduction for $SL(3)$ prebuildings

André Henriques — Conformal nets are factorization algebras

Alexander Polishchuk — Contracting the Weierstrass locus to a point

Marcos Mariño — Spectral theory and mirror symmetry