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Mathematical Physics

In mathematical physics, new problems in physics give rise to new mathematics to solve them, while new mathematics open doors to understandings of the physical universe.

Learn more about Mathematical Physics at Perimeter Institute.

Susama Agarwala presents a mathematical analysis of who survives and who doesn’t.
/Apr 20, 2021
The interests of fundamental researchers and tech companies are not so far apart.
/Mar 30, 2021
Several researchers at Perimeter are involved in projects aimed at understanding, tracking, and combatting the spread of the pandemic-causing coronavirus.…
/Oct 19, 2020
A thriving new body of research has revived an old tool – the bootstrap – and is using it as…
/Jan 31, 2020
Whether they are probing higher dimensions or trampling over boundaries, Kevin Costello and Davide Gaiotto are having a blast –…
/Nov 06, 2019
When mathematician Yvette Kosmann-Schwarzbach set out to write about Emmy Noether’s now ubiquitous theorems, she was surprised to learn that…
/Mar 22, 2019
The theory that governs the interactions of quarks and gluons inside atoms has long been an intractable mathematical snarl. Perimeter…
/Feb 08, 2019
A century ago, Emmy Noether published a theorem that would change mathematics and physics. Here’s an all-ages guided tour through…
/Jul 23, 2018
Former Perimeter grad student Cohl Furey suspects eight-dimensional numbers called “octonions” could unlock secrets of the universe, and she’s not…
/Jul 20, 2018
Perimeter researchers are pulling from physics and mathematics to connect two ways of understanding nature, writes Dan Falk.
/Jun 01, 2018