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Mathematics at the intersection of quantum and gravity

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In modern mathematical physics some of the most challenging problems concern quantum theory of fields and Einsteinian gravity. My research focuses on situations, where these two meet; examples include Black Holes and the early Universe. There are plenty of exciting physical problems in this area of research, but there is also some very interesting mathematics. In this talk, I will give a pedagogical overview of the topics I’m working on and present some of the mathematics involved in my research.

This talk is part of the The Archimedeans (CU Mathematical Society) series.

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