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Solvable Lattice model and zeta function

Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Solvable Lattice model and zeta function
Series: Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar
Location: ONLINE
Presenter: Mohammad Latifi, University of Arizona

A correspondence between S^1 trace of the Gaussian free field on the unit disk and a distribution of Verblunsky coefficients leads to an intriguing identity which we call the super-telescoping formula. Using this formula we construct an exactly solvable non-homogeneous 1D Ising model. We further proceed with a natural construction of a statistical field model, with explicit hamiltonian, where the partition function is given by the Riemann zeta function. We finish with a discussion of the Lee-Yang theorem in relation to this lattice model and explore its connections to the Riemann hypothesis.

(https://utah.zoom.us/j/96895584107)