Mathematics Colloquia and Seminars
QMAP Colloquium: Superintegrable systemsSpecial Events
|Speaker:||Nicolai Reshetikhin, UC Berkeley|
|Start time:||Tue, Nov 21 2017, 11:00AM|
A superintegrable Hamiltonian system on a 2n-dimensional phase space M is a Hamiltonian dynamical system with k Poisson commuting integrals of motion and 2n-k integrals of motion, which form a Poisson subalgebra in the algebra of functions on M. Commuting integrals generate the Poisson center of this subalgebra. Invariant tori in such systems are isotropic k-dimensional submanifolds. After an overview of superintegrability a series of example which will be given followed by a discussion of quantization.
Coffee at 10:45. Lunch with the speaker in MSB courtyard straight after the talk.