# Eventss

# Kazhdan Sunday seminar: "Computation, quantumness, symplectic geometry, and information" (Gil Kalai, Leonid Polterovich, with participation of Dorit Aharonov and Guy Kindler)

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# Kazhdan Sunday seminar: Tomer Schlank "Prismatic cohomology" (after Bhatt and Scholze)

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# Analysis Seminar: Moshe Goldberg (Technion) "Extending the Spectral Radius to Finite-Dimensional Power-Associative Algebras"

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# Seminar on Random walks, equidistribution, and rigidity

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The workshop will consist of four main mini-courses and several additional lectures, taking place on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, at Ohalo Manor Hotel.

Mini-Courses: Read more about Seminar on Random walks, equidistribution, and rigidity

# Yuka received תולעת הפרק vaccination

# Zabrodsky Lectures: Paul Seidel (MIT)

# Zabrodsky Lecture 3: The symplectic topologist as a homotopy theorist

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Modern symplectic topology deals with objects of symplectic geometry indirectly, by associating to them auxiliary moduli spaces. This complicates its relation with homotopy theory. I will explain the overall framework that describes this relation (going back to Cohen, Jones and Segal), and some of the directions that are under investigation.

# Zabrodsky Lecture 2: The symplectic topologist as a number theorist

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Most of the complications of classical topology have to do with torsion phenomena, say by looking at homology with modulo p coefficients. In principle, the same is true for symplectic topology, but the implications are only beginning to be explored. A particular impetus is provided by mirror symmetry, which links symplectic topology with arithmetic geometry.