The subjects will encompass various topics in contemporary theoretical and mathematical physics where integrability plays a key role. They include, for example, classical and quantum statistical physics both in equilibrium and non-equilibrium, duality, infinite symmetry, and quantum geometry in string/gauge theories and relevant algebraic/geometric structures in mathematics.
We wish the workshop to be an opportunity to bring the latest results together and to trigger new developments and trends. Except for 9 Sep (the first day), 15 Sep (Sunday) and 16 Sep (a national holiday in Japan), we plan to have lectures in each morning, whereas the afternoon will mostly be left for free discussion and collaboration in a comfortable lounge and a couple of separate offices adjacent to the lecture room, save for a few additional talks.
H. Awata, P. Baseilhac, V. V. Bazhanov, J. E. Bourgine, J-S. Caux, P. Le Doussal, B. Doyon,
F. Essler, F. Göhmann, M. Jimbo, A. Klümper, I. Kostov, K. K. Kozlowski, A. Mironov,
S. Pasquetti, V. Pasquier, L. Petrov, T. Prosen, D. Serban, S. Shakirov, J. Shiraishi,
J-M. Stéphan, R. Tateo, M. Wheeler, N. Zygouras*.
* to be confirmed
Organizers: H. Itoyama, A. Kuniba (Chair), Y. Matsuo, T. Sasamoto, J. Suzuki, M. Yamazaki
Advisory board: C. Ahn, J. de Gier, P. Dorey, S. Moriyama, M. Okado, P. Pearce, T. Tada
Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP)
Nambu Yoichiro Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (NITEP), Osaka City University
RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program (iTHEMS)
RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science
Also supported by
JSPS Kakenhi: 18H01141 and 18K03452
Inoue Foundation for Science
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation