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Emergent Pfaffian Relations in QuasiPlanar Models - Michael Aizenman

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Microlocal Methods in Dynamical Systems - Maciej Zworski

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Strange and subtle states of matter – the topological ideas behind the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics - Paul M. Goldbart

The gases, liquids, and solids that humans have known and harnessed since prehistory are human-scale reflections of how atoms and molecules are organized at the atomic scale. This organization is…

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