Daniel Roggenkamp

Prof. Dr. Daniel Roggenkamp

Mathematical Physics

Research
Topics:

Conformal and Topological Quantum
Field Theory, Defects, String Theory

Applied Topology, Persistent Homology,
Topological Data Analysis
Publications:

from SPIRES or the arXiv
Teaching
Current Term:

Lecture Course: Lineare Algebra I
Upcoming:

Spring 2019:   Lineare Algebra IIa
Lineare Algebra IIb

Seminar
(subject not yet determined)


Activities
Summer School:
"Hitchin Fibrations, Geometric Langlands and Nonabelian Hodge Theory"
Heidelberg, 05.-12.08.2016.

Workshop:
"Higgs bundles in Geometry and Physics"
Heidelberg, 29.02.-03.03.2016.

Joint Mathematics-Physics Colloquium:
Rahul Pandharipande (ETH Zürich): "Divisors on curves: from classical to modern geometry"
14.01.2016, 17:00, HS 2, INF 288.

Focus Semester:
"Geometry and Physics of the String Theory Landscape"
Heidelberg, summer term 2014.

Heidelberg Mathematics-Physics Lecture:
Patrick Dorey (University of Durham): "The basics of the ODE/IM correspondence"
30.07.2014, 14:00, SR 105, Phil 12.
Links


Contact:

Universität Mannheim
Institut für Mathematik
B6, 26
68131 Mannheim
Germany

Tel: +49-(0)621-181 2691

email


Office:

University Building B6, 26
B 415


Office hours:

Tuesday 12:00-13:30
or by appointment