Special Issue "Mathematical Physics II"
A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2019
Dr. Enrico De Micheli
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Via De Marini, 6, 16149 Genova, Italy
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Interests: mathematical physics; potential theory and harmonic analysis; thermal quantum field theory; quantum computation; regularization theory; special functions of mathematical physics; computational physics
The impressive adequacy of many physical theories with experimental observations has always been a stimulating beacon for mathematical physicists, whose wish is to achieve coherent representations and a coherent understanding of the various branches of physics in terms of mathematically well-defined objects.
The mathematical beauty of the classical theories of the nineteenth century evolved in the first-half of the twentieth century towards the revolutionary ideas of Special Relativity and the puzzling concepts of Quantum Mechanics, which boosted the use and development of sophisticated algebras.
The synthesis of these two paradigms—Quantum Field Theory—provides an outstanding and intriguing theoretical framework for the mathematical formulation of physical theories. Analyticity properties investigation of structure functions and scattering kernels, harmonic analysis of groups, unitary representation theory, algebraic geometry, and operator algebras are just a few examples of the numerous profitable mathematical tools that are normally applied. Mathematical methods that also find fruitful application in Quantum Information Theory are the more recent encounter of quantum ideas with Information Theory and those that allow for the exploration of challenging topics such as entanglement theory, quantum communication channel theory, and algorithm design for quantum computation.
The Guest Editor solicits research papers and reviews that present essentially a mathematical approach to physical problems.
Dr. Enrico De Micheli
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- Mathematical methods in Physics
- Quantum fields
- Lie groups in Physics
- Complex analysis in Physics
- Spectral analysis
- Statistical Physics
- Approximation theory
- Algebraic geometry in Physics
- Differential equations
- Asymptotic methods
- Operator algebras
- Quantum Information theory
- Quantum communication channels