Some Personal Experience at Harvard
主 讲 人 ：Arthur Jaffe, L.T. Clay 教授
地 点 ：理科群1号楼D-203室
I recount some personal experience: how I came to Harvard; how Harvard shaped mylife as a mathematician and physicist; how Harvard influenced my relationship with China and some hopes for tomorrow.
Arthur Jaffe, L.T. Clay Professor of Mathematics and Theoretical Science, Harvard University（哈佛大学）, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Chinese Academy of Science , Academy of Mathematics and System Science, Beijing.
Arthur Jaffe's major scientific work has been in the realm of understanding quantum theory and the mathematics that it inspires. Jaffe solved a fundamental question by showing the compatibility of special relativity, quantum theory, and interactions. With J. Glimm he constructed the first mathematically-complete and non-trivial examples of relativistic quantum field theories. Recently Jaffe's research has focused on the relation between super-symmetry and a new mathematical subject -- non-commutative geometry--where one builds quantum space into the notion of space-time.