Quantum Homotopy Seminar

| What is quantum homotopy?Dmitri Pavlov Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 1. Mechanics on manifolds and classical field theoryStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 2. Quantum mechanics IStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 3. Quantum mechanics IIStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 4. Quantum mechanics IIIStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 5. Gauge theory IStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 6. Gauge theory IIStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to quantum field theory 7. Functorial field theory and algebraic quantum field theoryStephen Peña Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to Lie Theory and Natural OperationsJames Francese Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| On the Uniqueness of Lie TheoryJames Francese Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Introduction to Leibniz AlgebrasJames Francese Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Generalizations of Lie Theory: Smooth Mal'cev Theories, Formal Group Laws, Fat PointsJames Francese Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Internal Logic of Fat PointsJames Francese Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Internal Logic of Fat Points II: Models for a Leibniz TheoryJames Francese Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |