Advanced School on Integrability
March 6–8, 2017, University of Warsaw

The Advanced School on Integrability will take place from March 6th to 8th, 2017 at the University of Warsaw. During the school, pedagogical lectures will be given by distinguished physicists and mathematicians working on various aspects of integrability:

All students and researchers interested in integrability are welcome.

The deadline has passed, but we still welcome your attendance!

To register, send an email to Junya Yagi <junya.yagi ∈ fuw.edu.pl> by February 10, 2017, indicating your name and affiliation, and the intended dates of stay. If you wish to stay at Hera Guest House (see below), please also state that in your email. We will be able to cover costs at Hera, at least for junior participants.

Travel support is available for a limited number of junior participants, mostly for accommodation. You can request it in your registration email.

Organizers: Miłosz Panfil, Piotr Sułkowski, Junya Yagi (Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw)

Updates

The school is now over. We'd like to thank the lecturers and all participants for making it a great success!


Details

Dates & Time

March 6–8, 2017

Venue

Lecture Hall A in the “Cyklotron” building (located next to the Faculty of Physics)

Address: ul. Pasteura 5A, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland

Accommodations

We have secured a limited number of rooms at Hera Guest House owned by the University of Warsaw.

To go from Hera to the campus, you can take the bus line 167 at the stop “Spacerowa” and get off at “Och-Teatr,” and walk from there. (Directions on jakdojade.pl and Google Maps)

Another affordable hotel is ibis Warszawa Reduta. It is close to the campus.

For your survival in Warsaw...

Here is the list of some important places (with links to Google Maps):

The following maps may be helpful:

Neighborhood of the campus Faculty of Physics, Lecture Hall & cafeterias

Ask the organizers for locations of supermarkets, restaurants etc.

Program

Mar 6 Mar 7 Mar 8
9:00–9:30 Coffee Coffee Coffee
9:30–10:45 Caux Janik Chekhov
10:45–11:15 Coffee Coffee Coffee
11:15–12:30 Janik Caux Chekhov
12:30–14:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:30–15:45 Przytycki Caux Chekhov
15:45–16:15 Coffee Coffee Coffee
16:15–17:30 Janik Przytycki Przytycki

On Tuesday, March 7 from 19:00, we will have a dinner at Bazyliszek, located in the Old Town Market Place.

Seminars

On March 9, 10 and 16, there will be the following seminars related to the topics of the school at the Faculty of Physics:

March 9 at 14:45, Room 2.23 in the Faculty of Physics, Pasteura 5
Colloquium “The Algebra and Geometry of Modern Physics”
Hiroyuki Fuji, Partial chord diagrams and matrix models

March 9 at 10:15–12:00, Room 2.23 in the Faculty of Physics, Pasteura 5
KMMF Seminar “Theory of Duality”
Józef Przytycki, Introduction to Khovanov homology

March 10 at 14:15, Room 1.40 in the Faculty of Physics, Pasteura 5
Seminar “Exact Results in Quantum Theory & Gravity”
Jacopo De Nardis, title to be announced

March 16 at 10:15–12:00, Room 2.23 in the Faculty of Physics, Pasteura 5
KMMF Seminar “Theory of Duality”
Józef Przytycki, Torsion in Khovanov homology

You are also invited to participate in these seminars.

Poster

Click on the image below to get a PDF file of the poster for this school:

A better quality TIFF image (47.3 MB) is also available.

Participants

  1. Abbott, Michael (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  2. Antoniou, Georgios (University of Glasgow, UK)
  3. Bering, Klaus (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
  4. Caux, Jean-Sébastien (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  5. Chekhov, Leonid (Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russia & Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark)
  6. Ciosmak, Paweł (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  7. Dawid, Sebastian (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  8. De Nardis, Jacopo (École normale supérieure, Paris, France)
  9. du Crest de Villeneuve, Clément (University of Angers, France)
  10. Filipuk, Galina (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  11. Fuji, Hiroyuki (Kagawa University, Japan)
  12. Gahramanov, Ilmar (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Germany)
  13. Goomanee, Salvish (École normale supérieure de Lyon, France)
  14. Grygoryev, Nikita (National University of Kiev, Ukraine)
  15. Hulik, Ondrej (Charles University, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
  16. Janik, Romuald (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  17. Kaczmarek, Zbigniew (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  18. Kalinowski, Marek (IMDiK, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  19. Kamiński, Wojtek (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  20. Karnas, Katarzyna (Center for Theoretical Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  21. Kiryu, Naoki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  22. Krutov, Andrey (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  23. Kucharski, Piotr (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  24. Larraguivel, Helder (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  25. Linowski, Tomasz (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  26. Lompert, Konrad (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
  27. Manabe, Masahide (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  28. Martens, Agnieszka (Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  29. Matsunaga, Hiroaki (Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
  30. Miroszewski, Artur (National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland)
  31. Mohammed, Muhsin (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  32. Nilsson, Nils Albin (National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland)
  33. Nishimura, Takuya (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  34. Ohanesjan, Vladimir (Ecole Polytechnique Paris, France & ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  35. Palazzo, David (University of Glasgow, UK)
  36. Panasyuk, Andriy (University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland)
  37. Pang, Yi (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Germany)
  38. Panfil, Miłosz (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  39. Pawełczyk, Jacek (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  40. Pazderka, Michal (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
  41. Piątek, Marcin (University of Szczecin, Poland)
  42. Procházka, Tomáš (LMU Munich, Germany)
  43. Przytycki, Józef (George Washington University, USA)
  44. Pytlak, Paweł (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
  45. Ravanpak, Zohreh (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  46. Savin, Sergei (DESY, Germany)
  47. Serafin, Kamil (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  48. Shareif, Albasher (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  49. Silvero, Marithania (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  50. Smoliński, Paweł (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  51. Smołka, Tomasz (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  52. Sołtan, Stanisław (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  53. Strąg, Artur (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  54. Sułkowski, Piotr (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  55. Sun, Kaiwen (University of Science and Technology, China)
  56. Suszek, Rafał (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  57. Szereszewski, Adam (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  58. Tarnowski, Wojciech (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  59. Tobolski, Mariusz (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  60. Vaško, Petr (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  61. Vošmera, Jakub (Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
  62. Wei, Fan (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  63. Witaszczyk, Przemek (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  64. Wohlfeld, Krzysztof (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  65. Yagi, Junya (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  66. Zając, Sebastian (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland)
  67. Zhao, Xiang (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

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