10 mars 2020

Nir Schwartz (LMO)
The fractal uncertainty principle and applications

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Lieu : Salle 3L8

Résumé : In 1927 Heisenberg has introduced a fundamental result in quantum mechanics — the uncertainty principle. Heisenberg’s result tells that a wave function cannot be localized simultaneously both in position and in momentum. We introduce a recent extension of the result due to Dyatlov and Bourgain adapted to the settings of « fractal » sets. We survey briefly their result and present several applications of it to problems in quantum chaos and to semi-classical analysis.

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Syu Kato (Université de Kyoto et IHP)
The formal model of semi-infinite flag manifolds and its application

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Lieu : salle 3L15 bâtiment 307

Résumé : Semi-infinite flag manifolds are variants of the affine flag manifolds of a
(simply connected) simple algebraic group G, that can be thought as enhancements
of the arc schemes of the corresponding flag manifolds. It was born approximately
the same time as the usual affine flag manifolds (by Lusztig and Drinfeld), but not
studied as much as them since its topology is a bit troublesome. In fact, a detailed
consideration suggests that they come up with several variants, including those we
call the ind-model and the formal model.
The ind-model of the semi-infinite flag manifolds is pursued by the works of
Braverman, Finkelberg, Mirkovic and their collaborators. They exhibit their moduli
interpretations, and connect them with the representation theory of Lie-theoretic objects
related to the Lusztig program.
In this talk, we first briefly recall some of the above results. After that, we explain our
explicit description of the semi-infinite flag manifolds as (universal) indschemes of
ind-infinite type. Also, we exhibit several basic material on them including the
Borel-Weil-Bott theorem and the description of its equivariant K-groups.
Then, we establish some connection between the formal models and the ind-models
of semi-infinite flag manifolds. Together with some interpretations provided by
Givental-Lee and Braverman-Finkelberg, this establishes an isomorphism between
(the suitable localizations of) the equivariant quantum K-group of a flag manifold G
and the equivariant K-group of the affine Grassmanian of G in such a way it resolves
a conjecture by Lam-Li-Mihalcea-Shimozono.

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