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The Department of Mathematics is a bustling place full of new ideas. We host several events that occur throughout the year, including seminars, colloquium, conferences, and social events. Our seminars and colloquium are open to the public: all students, faculty, or alumni who are interested are welcome to join us for exciting talks on the leading edge of mathematics research!

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Student Cluster Algebra Seminar

Event Type
Seminar/Symposium
Sponsor
n/a
Location
Algeld 345
Date
Feb 10, 2022   2:00 pm  
Speaker
Trung Vu
Contact
Trung Vu
E-Mail
hvu@illinois.edu
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Yang-Baxter equation is an important matrix functional equation introduced in statistical mechanics. Yang-Baxter equation is extermely important in the area of quantum integrability and the framework of quantum inverse scattering method developed by Faddeev in the 80s-90s. In this seminar. In this seminar, I will introduce the Yang-Baxter equation and some of its simple solutions along with the toy model XXX, XXZ and XYZ Heisenberg Chain

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