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Current projects and programmes

Research at CAMGSD is also financed by different funding agencies through specific projects and programmes. This page lists current funding sources, namely one or more funding agencies, coordinator/principal investigator or local coordinator at CAMGSD, funding period, a brief description, etc.

See also completed projects and programmes.

Projects and programmes list

Categorification, quantization and knots

Funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.

Reference: FCT Investigator Program, Ref. IF/00998/2015

01/01/2017 — 12/31/2021

Principal investigator: Marko Stosic

The principal goal of this research project is to study the concepts of categorification and quantization, in particular in the context of quantum polynomial link invariants. The main line of this interdisciplinary proposal comes from surprising and exciting connections between the knot theory and homological knot invariants on the mathematical side, and quantum field theory and string theory on the physics side, with outcomes in other fields, like number theory or spectral curves.
 

CMU Portugal Program

Funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.

01/01/2006 — ...

The Center for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry, and Dynamical Systems has been participating in this partnership between Portuguese institutions and the Carnegie Mellon University since the program was launched in 2006. The program offers PhD Scholarships in Applied Mathematics and supports a Visiting Faculty and Researchers Program.
 
Recursive and Exact New Quantum Theory

Funded by European Research Council.

Reference: ERC Synergy Grant 810573/2019

11/01/2019 — 10/31/2024

Principal investigator: Marcos Mariño

: Ricardo Schiappa

Based on advanced geometric and topological constructions the ReNewQuantum teams will build a new approach to Quantum Theory - providing explicit recursive schemes which compute effectively quantum corrections to all orders and obtaining exact results using all non-perturbative contributions.