Mathematical Physics

Gabriel Ben Simon, Lavi Karp, Shifra Reif
Mathematical Physics: Using geometrical language and tools we study Hamiltonian Dynamical system which are one formal way to describe classical mechanical systems. The field of symplectic geometry, which emerge in the late 80's,  is the modern terminology for this research activity. Symplectic geometry, as a new approach to this classical object have been found as a very useful tool in String theory and Super symmetry (the Gromov Witten Invariants are one example of applications from symplectic geometry to these physical theories).