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School Bariloche 2000

Quantum symmetries
in theoretical physics and mathematics

San Carlos de Bariloche - Argentina
January 10-21, year 2000
 
 
 

These documents will be updated. Please consult them regularly for possible new information.

Version: October 10, 2000


NEW! - List of available lectures
              (to be published in the collection Contemporary Mathematics, AMS)

Other lectures will be available soon!


    - A. Ocneanu's classification of SUq(3) subgroups, presented during this school

SUq(3)
Low resolution picture (125 Kb)
    PDF file (450 Kb)


    - PHOTOS: Lecturers - The bottle of champagne
                          Woronowicz's Photos - More Photos

    - List of Participants

    - Short scientific report (2000 document)

    - General Presentation (1999 document)



 

Lecturers:
    N. Andruskiewitsch, M. Dubois Violette,
    A. Ocneanu, O. Ogievetsky, N. Reshetikhin,
    M.Rosso, J. Wess, S. Woronowicz, J.B. Zuber.
 
 
 

Scientific directors:
    R. Coquereaux, R. Trinchero.
 
 

Instituto Balseiro & Centro Atómico Bariloche
CC 439 - CP 8400 - San Carlos de Bariloche
Río Negro - Argentina

General Presentation (1999 document)


This is a CIMPA school. The first CIMPA school devoted to geometry (commutative or not), operator algebras and theoretical physics was held in Saint François (Guadeloupe) in 1993. One of the purposes of the present school is to introduce the participants to the main aspects of the theory of quantum groups (Hopf algebras) and their applications in theoretical physics and mathematics. All the lectures can fit under the general title of ``Quantum symmetries''.
 

Keywords: Hopf algebras, quantum groups, C* algebras, subfactors, quantum differential calculus, quantum integrable systems, conformal field theory.




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Ariel O. Garcia
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