Event № 438
This is a special seminar in Mathematical Physics, please note the special time and place.
We consider a quantum mechanical system, which is modeled by a Hamiltonian acting on a finite dimensional space with degenerate eigenvalues interacting with a field of relativistic bosons. Provided a mild infrared assumption holds, we prove the existence of the ground state eigenvalues and ground state eigenvectors using an operator theoretic renormalization. We show that the eigenvectors and eigenvalues are analytic functions of the coupling constant in a cone with apex at the origin.