## Date:

Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 5:00pm to 6:00pm

## Location:

Jefferson 356

**Title. **Multiplicative Poisson vertex algebras and differential-difference Hamiltonian equations

**Abstract.** It has been demonstrated in the past few years that Poisson

vertex algebras (quasiclassical limits of vertex=chiral algebras) is the

adequate framework for the theory of Hamiltonian PDE.

After explaining this, I will demonstrate that likewise the multiplicative

Poisson vertex algebras is the adequate framework for the theory of

Hamiltonian differential-difference equations.

Please note the seminar starts at 5:00PM.

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