# Alessandro ZampiniLudwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Mathematisches Institut

Alessandro Zampini

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As the space of solutions of the first-order Hamiltonian field theory has a presymplectic structure, we describe a class of conserved charges associated with the momentum map, determined by a symmetry group of transformations. A gauge theory is dealt with by using a symplectic regularization based on an application of Gotay’s coisotropic embedding...

This paper begins the study of the relation between causality and quantum mechanics, taking advantage of the groupoidal description of quantum mechanical systems inspired by Schwinger’s picture of quantum mechanics. After identifying causal structures on groupoids with a particular class of subcategories, called causal categories accordingly, it wi...

Noticing that the space of the solutions of a first order Hamiltonian field theory has a pre-symplectic structure, we describe a class of conserved charges on it associated to the momentum map determined by any symmetry group of transformations. Gauge theories are dealt with by using a symplectic regularization based on an application of Gotay's co...

Following the analysis we have presented in a previous paper (that we refer to as [I]), we describe a Noether theorem related to symmetries, with the associated reduction procedures, for classical dynamics within the Lagrangian and the Hamilton–Jacobi formalism.

A novel derivation of Feynman's sum-over-histories construction of the quantum propagator using the groupoidal description of Schwinger picture of Quantum Mechanics is presented. It is shown that such construction corresponds to the GNS representation of a natural family of states called Dirac-Feynman-Schwinger (DFS) states. Such states are obtaine...

Following the analysis we have presented in a previous paper (that we refer to as [I]), we describe a Noether theorem related to symmetries, with the associated reduction procedures, for classical dynamics within the Lagrangian and the Hamilton-Jacobi formalism.

In this paper, we review how an algebraic formulation for the dynamics of a physical system allows to describe a reduction procedure for both classical and quantum evolutions.

Using the recently developed groupoidal description of Schwinger's picture of Quantum Mechanics, a new approach to Dirac's fundamental question on the role of the Lagrangian in Quantum Mechanics is provided. It is shown that a function $\ell$ on the groupoid of configurations (or kinematical groupoid) of a quantum system determines a state on the v...

We review how an algebraic formulation for the dynamics of a physical system allows to describe a reduction procedure for both classical and quantum evolutions.

Coherently with the principle of analogy suggested by Dirac, we describe a general setting for reducing a classical dynamics, and the role of the Noether theorem — connecting symmetries with constants of the motion — within a reduction. This is the first of two papers, and it focuses on the reduction within the Poisson and the symplectic formalism.

Coherently with the principle of analogy suggested by Dirac, we describe a general setting for reducing a classical dynamics, and the role of the Noether theorem -- connecting symmetries with constants of the motion -- within a reduction. This is the first of two papers, and it focuses on the reduction within the Poisson and the symplectic formalis...

An explicit Lagrangian description is given for the Heisenberg equation on the algebra of operators of a quantum system, and for the Landau-von Neumann equation on the manifold of quantum states which are isospectral with respect to a fixed reference quantum state.

We equip a family of algebras whose noncommutativity is of Lie type with a derivation based differential calculus obtained, upon suitably using both inner and outer derivations, as a reduction of a redundant calculus over the Moyal four dimensional space.

We review how a reduction procedure along a principal fibration and an unfolding procedure associated to a suitable momentum map allow to describe the K\"ahler geometry of a finite dimensional complex projective spaces.

We equip a family of algebras whose noncommutativity is of Lie type with a derivation based differential calculus obtained, upon suitably using both inner and outer derivations, as a reduction of a redundant calculus over the Moyal four dimensional space.

We describe both the Hodge–de Rham and the spin manifold Dirac operator on the spheres (Formula presented.) and (Formula presented.), following the formalism introduced by Kähler, and exhibit a complete spectral resolution for them in terms of suitably globally defined eigenspinors.

We describe how it is possible to describe irreducible actions of the Hodge - de Rham Dirac operator upon the exterior algebra over the quantum spheres ${\rm SU}_q(2)$ equipped with a three dimensional left covariant calculus.

Using non canonical braidings, we first introduce a notion of symmetric
tensors and corresponding Hodge operators on a class of left covariant 3d
differential calculi over the quantum SU(2) group, then we induce Hodge
operators on the left covariant 2d exterior algebras over the standard Podles
quantum sphere.

Using a non canonical braiding over the 3d left covariant calculus we present
a family of Hodge operators on the quantum SU(2) and its homogeneous quantum
two-sphere.

On the exterior algebra over the quantum SU(2) coming from the four
dimensional bicovariant calculus \`a la Woronowicz we introduce, using
sesquilinear contraction maps, a class of metrics and Hodge duality operators,
and compare this formulation with the previous ones presented in the
literature.

We describe Laplacian operators on the quantum group SUq (2) equipped with
the four dimensional bicovariant differential calculus of Woronowicz as well as
on the quantum homogeneous space S2q with the restricted left covariant three
dimensional differential calculus. This is done by giving a family of Hodge
dualities on both the exterior algebras o...

This paper presents an analysis of the set of connections and covariant derivatives on a U(1) quantum Hopf bundle on the standard Podles sphere, whose total space quantum SU(2) is equipped with the 3d left covariant differential calculus by Woronowicz. The introduction of a Hodge duality on the exterior algebras on both total and base space of the...

We associate to any (suitable) bicovariant differential calculus on a quantum
group a Cartan Hopf algebra which has a left, respectively right,
representation in terms of left, respectively right, Cartan calculus operators.
The example of the Hopf algebra associated to the $4D_+$ differential calculus
on $SU_q(2)$ is described.

We study gauged Laplacian operators on line bundles on a quantum 2-dimensional sphere. Symmetry under the (co)-action of a quantum group allows for their complete diagonalization. These operators describe `excitations moving on the quantum sphere' in the field of a magnetic monopole. The energies are not invariant under the exchange monopole/antimo...

In this talk we present a matrix approximation to the algebra of functions on the disc and define a fuzzy approximation to the Laplacian with Dirichlet boundary conditions. A basis for the NC algebra is introduced in terms of the eigenfunctions of the fuzzy Laplacian, which are seen to converge to the eigenfunctions of the ordinary Laplacian on the...

The fuzzy disc is a matrix approximation of the functions on a
disc which preserves rotational symmetry. In this paper we
introduce a basis for the algebra of functions on the fuzzy disc
in terms of the eigenfunctions of a properly defined fuzzy
laplacian. In the commutative limit they tend to the
eigenfunctions of the ordinary laplacian on the dis...

The Wigner-Weyl isomorphism for quantum mechanics on a compact simple Lie group $G$ is developed in detail. Several New features are shown to arise which have no counterparts in the familiar Cartesian case. Notable among these is the notion of a `semiquantised phase space', a structure on which the Weyl symbols of operators turn out to be naturally...

We introduce the notion of generalized Weyl system, and use it to define *-products which generalize the commutation relations of Lie algebras. In particular we study in a comparative way various *-products which generalize the k-Minkowski commutation relations. Comment: 21 pages, minor corrections and references added