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Settimana 10/06/2024 - 14/06/2024

 


 

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Università degli Studi Roma Tor Vergata
Dipartimento di Matematica

 


4th Italian Meeting on Probability and Mathematical Statistics

Date: 10th - 14th June 2024
Schedule: Click Here for schedule (printable version)
Where: University Building of San Pietro in Vincoli - Via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Roma
Speaker:
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PROGRAM : The 4th edition of the Italian Meeting on Probability and Mathematical Statistics will be held in Rome from June 10th to 14th, 2024. The meeting will take place at the University building of San Pietro in Vincoli and is jointly organized by the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Sapienza University of Rome, the University of Roma Tre, and LUISS. The aim of the meeting is to disseminate recent results in any field of probability and mathematical statistics within the community and to promote scientific exchanges among Italian mathematicians working in these areas, whether in Italy or abroad. Contributions from foreign researchers are also welcome. Past editions of the Italian Meeting on Probability and Mathematical Statistics were held in Bologna in 2022, Vietri sul Mare (SA) in 2019, and Turin in 2017.

Organizing Committee:
Marinucci Domenico(Contact Mail)
Michele Salvi ( Contact Mail)
Lucia Caramellino ( Contact Mail)
Stefano Vigogna ( Contact Mail) Claudio Macci ( Contact Mail)

Further Information: Click here for Webpage


Università degli Studi Roma Tor Vergata
Dipartimento di Matematica

 


DocTorV SEMINAR

Date: 14th June 2024
Schedule: 16:00 - Rome Time
Where: Conference Room "C. D'Antoni "
Title: " The Principle of least action by Maupertuis. Ideas for an integrated educational proposal."
Speaker: Cristina Sironi - Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

Abstract: The Principle of Least Action, as formulated by Pierre Louis Moreau de Maupertuis (1698–1759), is historically placed in those decades, between the end of the 17th century and the first half of the 18th century, which saw the birth and development of calculus of variations, a privileged mathematical tool for the study of physical phenomena relating, among others, to the classical mechanics and geometrical optics. The presentation of the Principle of Least Action as a natural generalization of Fermat's Principle allows us to appreciate the evolution of mathematical tools for extremality conditions. The Principle of Least Action can be though in different proposals, depending on the high school courses, as well as on the mathematical tools held by the students. A first idea concerns the mathematical formalization of physical phenomena reproducible in the laboratory (even with limited equipment) such as the refraction of light and perfectly inelastic collision in one dimension; the second proposal, which could also be aimed at grammar schools, will focus on the historical and epistemological aspects of the Principle of Least Action in its various formulations.

Organizing Committee:
Arianna Vicari (mail to contact)
Andrea Pizzi (mail to contact)
Further Info and Program: For information contact to Arianna Vicari or Andrea Pizzi directly by E-mail.
Streaming Link (MS Teams): This seminar will be held in person


Università degli Studi Roma Tor Vergata
Dipartimento di Matematica

 


Operator Algebras Seminar

Date: 12th June 2024
Schedule: 16:00 - Rome Time
Where: Conference Room 1201 "R. Dal Passo"
Title: " On distributions of positive type and applications to QFT "
Speaker: Ko Sanders - FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Abstract: When quantum fields are represented as operators on a Hilbert space, their two-point distributions naturally give rise to distributions of positive type. A number of basic results on such distributions, especially for translation invariant two-point distributions, have been known for a long time. E.g., the Bochner-Schwartz Theorem fully characterises translation invariant distributions of positive type. In this talk I will present two apparently new results on distributions of positive type, one pertaining to pointwise products and the other to methods for cutting and pasting. Both results were motivated by physical questions and extend the toolbox of theoretical physics. I will present the results in a general mathematical context before discussing their applications to quantum energy inequalities and to separable states for a free scalar QFT. Note: This talk is part of the activity of the MUR Excellence Department Project MatMod@TOV (CUP E83C23000330006)

Organizing Committee:
Vincenzo Morinelli (mail to contact)
Roberto Longo (mail to contact)
Daniele Guido (mail to contact)
Giuseppe Ruzzi (mail to contact)
Further Info: Click here for Operator Algebras Seminar Page
Streaming Link (MS Teams): This seminar will be held in person



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