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Bose Fermi Dualities in 3 spacetime dimensions

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Fermions and Bosons are irreducibly different from each other in four and more spacetime dimensions. This difference blurs out in 3 spacetime dimensions. This fact permits an interesting phenomenon. There is now substantial evidence that theories of Fermions (coupled to Chern Simons theories) actually describe the same physics as other theories of Bosons (also coupled to Chern Simons theories). I will review what is understood – and what is not – about this (at first sight surprising) equivalence.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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