Mathematical Physics, as a discipline within
mathematics, has two main pillars: First, a development and/or
application of mathematical tools so as to describe physical systems in a
mathematically correct way. Second, it is the invention of mathematics
as inspired by ideas coming from physics. There is one more important
branch of Mathematical Physics where "toy models" of physical theories
are studied: for example, reducing the dimension of spacetime often
permits one to obtain a mathematical analogue of a physical theory that
is accessible to a much more profound mathematical study—while keeping
some of the characteristic features of the original system. The proposed
program reflects all these aspects.
One of us (T.S.) presented the Master program at the ENS Lyon in March 2023. Here are his slides.
The detailed program can be downloaded here.Refresher courses (2 weeks):
The official website administering all the mathematical advanced master programs in Lyon.
In case of questions please contact the program coordinator Thomas Strobl (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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