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I am a postdoc in mathematics, but have my degree in theoretical physics. My work is about mathematical structures motivated from quantum field theory and string theory. For more see here.


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answered The physics community's take on noncommutative geometry
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comment Why am I wrong about how to view gauge theory?
@drake: locally every gauge transformation is small (for a connected gauge group), so already quotienting out small gauge transformations destroys locality.
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comment Why am I wrong about how to view gauge theory?
@Jia Yiyang, I see, right, I have edited the reply above to include now a point (5) that makes the relation to the construction that the OP considers more explicit.
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revised Are identity types interpreted physically in an infinity-topos formulation of equations of motion?
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answered Are identity types interpreted physically in an infinity-topos formulation of equations of motion?
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answered Learning about super-symmetric quantum mechanics and integrable systems
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