Institute of Mathematics

Professor

Nima Moshayedi

Institut für Mathematik
Universität Zürich
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH-8057 Zürich

E-Mail:
Phone: +41 44 635 58 72
Office: Y27K54

I'm a PhD student at the Institute for Mathematics at the University of Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Alberto S. Cattaneo. My subject is Mathematical Physics from the geometric and algebraic point of view, where I'm studying the behavior of Deformation Quantization, BV-BFV formalism, Topological Quantum Field Theories and several aspects of Path integrals and Gauge invariants.

Research

Interests

  • Quantum Field Theory
  • Deformation Quantization
  • Topological Quantum Field Theory
  • Gauge Theory
  • BV-BFV Theory
  • Feynman Geoemtry
  • Differential Geometry
  • Poisson Geometry
  • Symplectic Geometry
  • Algebraic Topology

Seminars & Lectures

Colloquia
Zurich Graduate Colloquium
Di
17.15-18.30
KO2F150
Benedetta Cavalli, Alessandra Iozzi, Nima Moshayedi, Nicolas Müller, Lisa Ricci, Violetta Weger
 

Lectures
Geometrie / Topologie
Mo
10.15-12.00
Mi
10.15-12.00

Übungen Geometrie / Topologie Gr.1
Mi
08.00-09.45

Übungen Geometrie / Topologie Gr.2
Do
13.00-14.45

Übungen Geometrie / Topologie Gr.3
Fr
13.00-14.45

Publications

N. Moshayedi
On Globalized Traces for the Poisson Sigma Model
PDF arXiv:1912.02435

A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi
Introduction to the BV-BFV formalism
63 pages, 10 figures PDF   arXiv:1905.08047

N. Moshayedi
Quantum Field Theory and Functional Integrals
88 pages, 3 figures    arXiv:1902.08652v1

A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli
On the Globalization of the Poisson Sigma Model in the BV-BFV Formalism
56 pages, 22 figures; to appear in Commun. Math. Phys. PDF   arXiv:1808.01832

A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli
Globalization for Perturbative Quantization of Nonlinear Split AKSZ Sigma Models on Manifolds with Boundary
Commun. Math. Phys. (2019) PDF   arXiv:1807.11782

A. S. Cattaneo, N. Moshayedi, K. Wernli
Relational Symplectic Groupoid Quantization for Constant Poisson Structures
Lett Math Phys (2017) 107:1649–1688    arXiv