Matilde Marcolli is a mathematician of Italian origin, currently at Caltech, with a background in mathematical physics. She works on very diverse topics such as gauge theories, noncommutative geometry, arithmetic of quantum statistical mechanics, the combinatorics of renormalization, and motives.
She was a recipient of the Sonja Kovalevskaja prize and worked for several years at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn.
talks: slides
On relation of AdS3/CFT2 to hyperbolic geometry and Arakelov geometry of algebraic curves:
On the fractional quantum Hall effect via noncommutative geometry:
Speculation on quantum field theory over $\mathbb{F}_1$ (via wonderful compactifications of configuration spaces of points):
On the p-adic AdS/CFT correspondence and tensor networks:
Discussion of BTZ black holes via tensor networks in the p-adic AdS/CFT correspondence:
On Hopf algebras in generative linguistics:
Matilde Marcolli, Noam Chomsky, Robert Berwick, Mathematical Structure of Syntactic Merge (arXiv:2305.18278)
Matilde Marcolli, Robert Berwick, Noam Chomsky, Old and New Minimalism: a Hopf algebra comparison (arXiv:2306.10270)
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