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Book DetailsProceedings of Symposia in Pure MathematicsVolume: 107; 2024; 296 ppMSC: Primary 81; 14; 57; 17; 00
This is a proceedings volume from the StringMath conference which took place at the University of Warsaw in 2022.
This 12th StringMath conference focused on several research areas actively developing these days. They included generalized (categorical) symmetries in quantum field theory and their relation to topological phases of matter; formal aspects of quantum field theory, in particular twisted holography; various developments in supersymmetric gauge theories, BPS counting and Donaldson–Thomas invariants. Other topics discussed at this conference included new advances in Gromov–Witten theory, curve counting, and Calabi–Yau manifolds. Another broad topic concerned algebraic aspects of conformal field theory, vertex operator algebras, and quantum groups. Furthermore, several other recent developments were presented during the conference, such as understanding the role of operator algebras in the presence of gravity, derivation of gaugestring duality, complexity of black holes, or mathematical aspects of the amplituhedron. This proceedings volume contains articles summarizing 14 conference lectures, devoted to the above topics.
ReadershipGraduate students and researchers interested in mathematical aspects of quantum field theory and string theory.

Table of Contents

Articles

Hülya Argüz — Quiver DT invariants and log Gromov–Witten theory of toric varieties

Martin Bies — Root bundles: Applications to Ftheory Standard Models

Pierrick Bousseau — Holomorphic Floer theory and DonaldsonThomas invariants

Kasia Budzik — Giant Gravitons and nonconformal vacua in twisted holography

Daniel S. Freed — Introduction to topological symmetry in QFT

Mateo Galdeano — Superconformal algebras for the Schoen Calabi–Yau manifold

David Jordan — Langlands duality for skein modules of 3manifolds

Elise LePage — Link homology from homological mirror symmetry

Nikita Nekrasov — Analytic continuation and supersymmetry

Michele Del Zotto, Muyang Liu and PaulKonstantin Oehlmann — 6D heterotic little string theories and Ftheory geometry: An introduction

MengChwan Tan — VafaWitten theory: Invariants, Floer homologies, Higgs bundles, a geometric Langlands correspondence, and categorification

Brian Williams — A holomorphic approach to fivebranes

Edward Witten — Algebras, regions, and observers

Mayuko Yamashita — Invertible QFTs and differential Anderson duals


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This is a proceedings volume from the StringMath conference which took place at the University of Warsaw in 2022.
This 12th StringMath conference focused on several research areas actively developing these days. They included generalized (categorical) symmetries in quantum field theory and their relation to topological phases of matter; formal aspects of quantum field theory, in particular twisted holography; various developments in supersymmetric gauge theories, BPS counting and Donaldson–Thomas invariants. Other topics discussed at this conference included new advances in Gromov–Witten theory, curve counting, and Calabi–Yau manifolds. Another broad topic concerned algebraic aspects of conformal field theory, vertex operator algebras, and quantum groups. Furthermore, several other recent developments were presented during the conference, such as understanding the role of operator algebras in the presence of gravity, derivation of gaugestring duality, complexity of black holes, or mathematical aspects of the amplituhedron. This proceedings volume contains articles summarizing 14 conference lectures, devoted to the above topics.
Graduate students and researchers interested in mathematical aspects of quantum field theory and string theory.

Articles

Hülya Argüz — Quiver DT invariants and log Gromov–Witten theory of toric varieties

Martin Bies — Root bundles: Applications to Ftheory Standard Models

Pierrick Bousseau — Holomorphic Floer theory and DonaldsonThomas invariants

Kasia Budzik — Giant Gravitons and nonconformal vacua in twisted holography

Daniel S. Freed — Introduction to topological symmetry in QFT

Mateo Galdeano — Superconformal algebras for the Schoen Calabi–Yau manifold

David Jordan — Langlands duality for skein modules of 3manifolds

Elise LePage — Link homology from homological mirror symmetry

Nikita Nekrasov — Analytic continuation and supersymmetry

Michele Del Zotto, Muyang Liu and PaulKonstantin Oehlmann — 6D heterotic little string theories and Ftheory geometry: An introduction

MengChwan Tan — VafaWitten theory: Invariants, Floer homologies, Higgs bundles, a geometric Langlands correspondence, and categorification

Brian Williams — A holomorphic approach to fivebranes

Edward Witten — Algebras, regions, and observers

Mayuko Yamashita — Invertible QFTs and differential Anderson duals