Antonio Hernández-Garduño

Professor of Physics and Mathematics

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My Research Interests

The common thread of most of my recent research is the geometry of fiber bundles and connections, as well as the consequences of symmetry in various hamiltonian systems. I have applied these ideas to topics as diverse as vortex dynamics and celestial mechanics. About the latter, of particular current interest is the symmetry associated to the N-body problem in non-euclidean spaces. An important aspect of the dynamics of Hamiltonian systems on fiber bundles with a principal connection is that of holonomy. I am interested in the use of holonomy for implementing quantum gates in quantum computers.


Other Interests


Teaching

Recent courses that I have taught at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM):

Future courses (ITAM, summer of 2021):