Laboratoire Charles Coulomb UMR 5221 CNRS/UM2 (L2C)

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Team: Quantum Field Theory and Mathematical Physics

The group “Quantum Field Theory and Mathematical Physics” studies the following research directions:

- Conformal Field Theory
- Integrable Quantum Field Theory
- Non perturbative aspects of Superstring theory
- Quantum Gravity in the canonical approach
- Non perturbative aspects of Quantum Field theory
- Mathematics connected or not to Quantum Field Theory.

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+ Integrable Deformations of Sine-Liouville Conformal Field Theory and Duality doi link

Author(s): Fateev V.

(Article) Published: Symmetry, Integrability And Geometry: Methods And Applications, vol. 13 p.080 (2017)

 
+ On a Finite Range Decomposition of the Resolvent of a Fractional Power of the Laplacian II. The Torus doi link

Author(s): Mitter P.

(Article) Published: Journal Of Statistical Physics, vol. 168 p.986-999 (2017)

 
+ On a Finite Range Decomposition of the Resolvent of a Fractional Power of the Laplacian (vol 163, pg 1235, 2016) doi link

Author(s): Mitter P.

(Article) Published: Journal Of Statistical Physics, vol. 166 p.453-455 (2017)

 

Classification of the three-state Hamiltonians solvable by coordinate Bethe ansatz

This webpage is a software addons to the article arXiv:1306.6303, entitled Classification of the three-state Hamiltonians solvable by coordinate Bethe ansatz, written by Nicolas Crampé (L2C), Luc Frappat and Eric Ragoucy (LAPTH).

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