# Events for 04/26/2024 from all calendars

## Mathematical Physics and Harmonic Analysis Seminar

**Time: ** 1:50PM - 2:50PM

**Location: ** Zoom

**Speaker: **Gihyun Lee, Ghent University

**Title: *** A calculus for magnetic pseudodifferential super operators*

**Abstract: **The time evolution of a physical state is determined by the Liouville equation $\frac{d\rho}{dt} = -\frac{i}{\hbar}(H\rho - \rho H)$ in quantum mechanics. Here $\rho$ is the density operator describing a given physical state and $H$ is the Hamiltonian of a given system. Here we can observe that the Liouville operator $\rho\mapsto L_H \rho := -\frac{i}{\hbar}(H\rho - \rho H)$ assigns linear operators to linear operators - physicists call such an operator a super operator.
On the other hand, various kinds of pseudodifferential calculi has been developed in mathematics and applied to the study of PDE, geometry and mathematical physics. The main idea behind these theories of pseudodifferential calculi is to construct systematic ways of assigning linear operators to symbol functions, which enables us to translate properties of functions to properties of linear operators.
In this talk, I will introduce a novel pseudodifferential calculus of super operators in the magnetic setting and explain how the Liouville super operator $L_H$ can be incorporated into this new pseudodifferential theory. Furthermore, the $L_2$-boundedness of pseudodifferential super operators will be discussed. Based on the joint work with M. Lein.

## Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar

**Time: ** 3:00PM - 4:00PM

**Location: ** BLOC 302

**Speaker: **Hannah Solomon, TAMU

**Title: ***Classifying and realizing modular data for super-modular tensor categories*

**Abstract: **Super-modular tensor categories have broad applications, including to spin topological quantum field theories and fermionic topological phases of matter. However, the current classification is only confirmed to be complete through rank 6. We aim to further the classification and understand more about realizing the modular data produced through various methods as data coming from super-modular tensor categories.