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Boundaries, Modules and Symplectic Duality

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I will discuss aspects of half-BPS boundary conditions in three dimensional gauge theories with N = 4 supersymmetry, focussing on simple examples. I will then propose a physical origin of `symplectic duality’, which is a remarkable correspondence between mathematical structures associated to pairs of holomorphic symplectic spaces.

This talk is part of the Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars series.

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