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String scattering and automorphic representations

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NC2W01 - Making the bridge: Exploring new connections between number theory and physics

I will explain how automorphic representations arise in the low-energy limit of string theory scattering amplitudes. When string theory is compactified on a torus of dimension $n$, representations of a split rank $n+1$ group arise and encode interesting physical information in their Fourier expansion. This is based on seminal work by Green, Miller, Vanhove and contributions by Pioline as well as the speaker together with Bossard.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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