Introduction to Integrability Lecture Series

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Introduction to Integrability Lecture Series

 Nov 19 2020

15:30 - 16:30


Organiser Misha Feigin, (University of Glasgow)

LMS Introduction to Integrability Lecture Series
 
This is a lecture course of 5 lectures which gives samples of main types of integrable systems together with techniques for dealing with them. Classical and quantum, continuous and discrete integrable systems and equations will be discussed. Conserved quantities, Lax pairs and commuting flows will be emphasized throughout.

Thursdays 3:30pm to 4:30pm for five weeks starting on 22 October 2020.


Call details will be sent out 30mins before the start of the seminar


This event is kindly funded by the London Mathematical Society.

 

Programme of lectures:
 

All lectures were recorded and archived by the ICMS and can be found here

 

Thursday 22 October 
 
Speaker: Tamás Görbe, (University of Leeds)

Title: Classical integrability for finite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems.

 

Thursday 29 October 

Speaker: Maxime Fairon, (University of Glasgow)

Title:Quantum integrability for finite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems.


 

Thursday 5 November

Speaker: Bart Vlaar, (Heriot Watt University)

Title:Coordinate Bethe Ansatz.

 

Thursday 12 November 

Speaker: Francesco Giglio, (University of Glasgow)

Title:The KdV equation as an example of integrable PDE.

 

Thursday 19 November 

Speaker: Mats Vermeeren, (University of Leeds)

Title:Discrete integrable systems.
 

This seminar series is supported as part of the ICMS Online Mathematical Sciences Seminars.