The kappa-(A)dS quantum algebra in (3+1) dimensions

In this paper (arXiv:1612.03169) the quantum duality principle is used to obtain explicitly the Poisson analogue of the kappa-(A)dS quantum algebra in (3+1) dimensions as the corresponding Poisson-Lie structure on the dual solvable Lie group. The construction is fully performed in a kinematical basis and deformed Casimir functions are also explicitly obtained. The cosmological constant Λ is included as a Poisson-Lie group contraction parameter, and the limit Λ0 leads to the well-known kappa-Poincaré algebra in the bicrossproduct basis. A twisted version with Drinfel’d double structure of this kappa-(A)dS deformation is sketched.

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Special Issue in Advances in High Energy Physics: “Planck-Scale Deformations of Relativistic Symmetries”

Submissions for an Special Issue focusing on quantum-gravity-induced deformations of relativistic symmetries, with a rather broad perspective, is already opened. Manuscripts have to be sumbitted by March 10, 2017. Advances in High Energy Physics is an open-access electronic Journal with no publishing charges. More detailed information about this Special Issue can be found here.

Poisson-Lie groups, bi-Hamiltonian systems and integrable deformations

Given a Lie-Poisson completely integrable bi-Hamiltonian system, in the new paper arXiv:1609.07438 we present a method which allows us to construct, under certain conditions, a completely integrable bi-Hamiltonian deformation of the initial Lie-Poisson system on a non-abelian Poisson-Lie group. Moreover, we show that from the two multiplicative (Poisson-Lie) Hamiltonian structures that underly the dynamics of the deformed system and by making use of the non-abelian group law, one may obtain two completely integrable Hamiltonian systems on the direct product of the non-abelian group by itself. By construction, both systems admit reduction, via the multiplication in the non-abelian group, to the initial deformed bi-Hamiltonian system. The previous approach is applied to two relevant Lie-Poisson completely integrable bi-Hamiltonian systems: the Lorenz and Euler top systems.