Integrability and Applied Algebraic Geometry
Wednesday March 16th, 2022
This is a meeting of the Classical and Quantum Integrability workshop series organised by the Universities of Durham, Glasgow, Leeds, Loughborough, Northumbria, York and the Edinburgh Mathematical Physics Group (Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt). The meeting is partially funded by the London Mathematical Society.
The meeting will look at some interactions between integrable systems and applied algebraic geometry.
- Daniele Agostini, MPI-MiS Leipzig
- Matt Baker, Georgia Tech.
- Pol Vanhaecke, Université de Poitiers
|13:30-14:30||Vanhaecke||Toy models for integrability|
|14:45-15:45||Agostini||Singular curves, degenerate theta functions and KP solutions||Slides|
|16:00-17:00||Baker||Analogies between graphs and Riemann surfaces||Slides|
This will be a Zoom meeting.
There will be an opportunity to meet in GatherTown during the breaks.
Local Organiser:Harry Braden
James Clerk Maxwell Building
University of Edinburgh
Peter Guthrie Tait Road, Edinburgh EH9 3FD