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KEK Theory workshop 2018
<p>In the series of the KEK-TH workshops, this year we plan to have special days focusing on string phenomenology/cosmology. The workshop will also have regular sessions with broad coverage on field theory and string theory.</p>
<p>The list of invited speakers includes currently:</p>
<p>Sinya Aoki (YITP, Kyoto U.)<br />
Nobuyuki Ishibashi (U. Tsukuba)<br />
Hikaru Kawai (Kyoto U.)<br />
Noriaki Kitazawa (Tokyo Metropolitan U.)<br />
Yoshio Kikukawa (U. Tokyo)<br />
Tatsuo Kobayashi (Hokkaido U.)<br />
Taichiro Kugo (Kyoto Sangyo U.)<br />
Hajime Otsuka (Waseda U.)<br />
Sakura Schafer-Nameki (U. Oxford)<br />
Sang-Jin Sin (Hanyang U.)<br />
Shigeki Sugimoto (YITP, Kyoto U.)<br />
Tadashi Takayanagi (YITP, Kyoto U.)<br />
Kentaroh Yoshida (Kyoto U.)<br />
</p>
<p>We are looking forward to your participation.<br />
<br />
Organizers: Y. Asano, K. Hamada, M. Hatsuda, S. Iso, Y. Ito, K. Kawana, Y. Kimura, Y. Kitazawa, S. Mizoguchi, M. Natsuume, J. Nishimura, N. Shiba, S. Shiba, T. Suyama, S. Tsutsui Secretary: Yuko Ohno (Ms.) Email: yukoohno[AT]post.kek.jp</p>
<h2><span style="color:#B22222">Group Photo</span></h2>
<p><a href="https://conference-indico.kek.jp/indico/event/48/picture/2.jpg">https://conference-indico.kek.jp/indico/event/48/picture/2.jpg</a></p>
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Kenkyu-Honkan bldg. 1F
Kobayashi Hall
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2018-12-20T15:50:00
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Japan
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Diffeomorphism for fuzzy spaces
Dr.
University of Tsukuba
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Kenkyu-Honkan bldg. 1F
Kobayashi Hall
2018-12-19T15:00:00
2018-12-19T18:00:00
03:00
Fuzzy spaces are known as a typical example of noncommutative geometry and expected to describe the fundamental structure of space-time. However, the mechanism to describe gravity in the framework of fuzzy spaces remains to be completely elucidated. In order to understand the mechanism, we focus on the notion of diffeomorphisms, which plays a key role in the classical theory of gravity. In this talk, we propose a formulation of the diffeomorphisms for fuzzy spaces in terms of the Berezin-Toeplitz quantization map, which is introduced in the context of geometric quantization. We apply this formulation to 2-sphere as an example and obtain new matrix configurations that are diffeomorphic to the standard fuzzy sphere given by the generators of SU(2) Lie algebra.