# Texas Tech Quantum Homotopy Seminar

Time and place: Monday 3–5 p.m. in MATH 113.

Official mailing list: math.geometry (add ttu edu at the end).

Organizer: Dmitri Pavlov

MATH 5101.010, CRN 41615. Departmental seminar website.

## Fall 2019 Schedule

- August 26
- Dmitri Pavlov. What is quantum homotopy?
- September 2
- No seminar
- September 9
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 1. Mechanics on manifolds and classical field theory.
- September 16
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 2. Quantum mechanics I.
- September 23
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 3. Quantum mechanics II.
- September 30
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 4. Quantum mechanics III.
- October 7
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 5. Gauge theory I.
- October 14
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 6. Gauge theory II.
- October 21
- Stephen Peña: Introduction to quantum field theory 7. Functorial field theory and algebraic quantum field theory.
- October 28
- James Francese: Introduction to Lie Theory and Natural Operations.
- November 4
- James Francese: On the Uniqueness of Lie Theory.
- November 11
- James Francese: Introduction to Leibniz Algebras.
- November 18
- James Francese: Generalizations of Lie Theory: Smooth Mal'cev Theories, Formal Group Laws, Fat Points.
- November 25
- James Francese: Internal Logic of Fat Points.
- December 2
- James Francese: Internal Logic of Fat Points II: Models for a Leibniz Theory.