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Dualities in Quantum Hall Physics

Andreas Karch, University of Washington
Monday, April 16, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
PAA A-102
Dualities are a powerful concept in quantum field theory, helping us to identify to correct low energy degrees of freedom. In this talk several old and many new dualities in 2+1 dimensions will be shown to all follow from one conjectural base pair, with potential applications to the physics of the quantum Hall effect.​
Watch a video of the talk here​. (Sorry, the speaker switched off his microphone at 4:44)
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