Rhind Seminar on Physical Mathematics
The RHIND-Seminar features recent results at the intersection of high-energy physics, string theory, and geometry and topology. It is organized jointly by the groups at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, and the University of Vienna.
- As a rule, all talks in the physical mathematics seminar are held in fully hybrid mode.
- The talk schedule is managed with the help of Heidelberg's Physics department's HePhySTO system. To receive regular announcements and reminders by email, you must sign up for the HePhySTO newsletter with your desired settings. In HePhySTO, the seminar is known as "Physikalische Mathematik (RHIND)".
- Zoom or other video conference links are included in the newsletter, and also become active in the schedule below 15 minutes before, according to your browser's clock, the local start time. Beware of timezones, ymmv.
Ilka Brunner (LMU Munich), Nils Carqueville (Uni Wien), Hans Jockers (JGU Mainz), Peter Mayr (LMU Munich), Ivo Sachs (LMU Munich)
None. Everyone is welcome.
Schedule Winter 23/24
Time and Place: The regular time slot of the Seminar is Monday, 4 p.m.c.t. Sometimes (e.g., with speakers from Asia), we also meet Fridays at 11 am, or on Tuesday afternoon. Please check talk details in these cases. In person meetings are usually in MATHEMATIKON SR 8, Zoom links become active 15 minutes before the scheduled start time.