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SUMMARY:Mikhail Khovanov (Columbia University)\, Brauer Lectures
DESCRIPTION:Overall title of the Brauer Lecture Series 2017: Link homology and categorification \nLecture 1 Title: The Jones polynomial of links and tangles and its categorification. \n \nAbstract: The Jones polynomial is a celebrated invariant of links with roots in the representation theory of quantum groups and the Chern-Simons theory. It’s a one-variable Laurent polynomial\, and we will describe its lifting to a bigraded link homology theory. Functoriality of the theory will be explained\, together with several applications in low-dimensional topology. \n
URL:https://math.unc.edu/event/mikhail-khovanov-columbia-university-brauer-lectures/
CATEGORIES:Brauer Lectures,Featured Event
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