Colloquial Talk - Aleksey Kostenko - On Infinite Quantum Graphs |

Colloquial talk take place at the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics, No.8 building within the Faculty of Science, Kotlarska 2, Brno Time and place: ## Aleksey Kostenko (Vienna/Ljubljana)
## Abstract:The notion of quantum graph refers to a graph considered as a one-dimensional simplicial complex and equipped with a differential operator (“Hamiltonian”). From the mathematical point of view, quantum graphs are interesting because they are a good model to study properties of quantum systems depending on geometry and topology of the configuration space. They exhibit a mixed dimensionality being locally one-dimensional but globally multi-dimensional of many different types. |

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