University of Leeds
Workshop on Integrable Systems

Wednesday/Thursday 9/10th May, 2007


This is one of 4 meetings, jointly organised by the Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Heriot-Watt, Leeds, and Loughborough on Classical and Quantum Integrability ( CQI ).

These are partially funded by the London Mathematical Society , so there will be some support available to enable research students and post-docs to attend these meetings.

Abstracts (when available) are hyperlinked to the speakers below.

Wednesday, 9th May, 2007

Lectures will take place in LT16 of the Roger Stevens Building, adjacent to Mathematics.

2.00pm: Vlatko Vedral (Leeds)
Entanglement in Many Body Quantum Systems
3.00pm: Christian Korff (Glasgow)
Baxter's Q-operator and the six-vertex model from a representation theoretic point of view
4.00pm: TEA (Level 9, School of Mathematics)
4.30pm: Peter Hydon (Surrey)
Symmetries of integrable difference equations on the quad-graph

This session will finish at about 5.30pm

Thursday, 10th. May, 2007

Lectures will take place in LT16 of the Roger Stevens Building, adjacent to Mathematics.

9.30am: David Calderbank (York)
Conformal submanifolds: geometry and integrability
10.30am: Ian Marshall (North Wales)
Poisson structures associated with the Schrödinger equation
11.30am: COFFEE (Level 9, School of Mathematics)
12.00: Vladimir Novikov (Kent)
On dispersion relations of integrable systems

The meeting will finish at about 1.00pm


Adjoining YDGD Meeting. Following this meeting there will be the YDGD meeting Yorkshire and Durham Geometry Day in memory of Jim Eells, who recently died. Some participants may be interested in attending both meetings.


Contact Allan Fordy (email: allan@maths.leeds.ac.uk ) for further details, hotel bookings, etc.


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