The 2021 Integrable Systems Workshop took place over 2 – 3 December 2021, hosted by the University of Sydney’s School of Mathematics and Statistics. This workshop brings together speakers on topics such as integrable systems, special functions, mathematical physics, discrete dynamical systems, and Painlevé equations.
This event is the 9th workshop organised by the Integrable Systems Group. The area of integrable systems lies at the intersection of mathematics and physics. The field grew from observations of astonishingly well-ordered and predictable behaviour in certain models of nonlinear lattices used to describe the thermal properties of metals and led to the theory of solitons and completely integrable systems, one of the most profound advances of twentieth century mathematics.
List of speakers:
- Michael Wheeler (University of Melbourne)
- Yang Shi (Flinders University)
- Harini Desiraju (MSRI)
- Holger Dullin (University of Sydney)
- Ralph Willox (University of Tokyo)
- John Roberts (UNSW)
- Peter Van Der Kamp (La Trobe)
- Wolfgang Schief (UNSW)
- Sarah Post (University of Hawaii)
- Vladimir Bazhanov (ANU)
For information about previous workshops, see the Integrable Systems Group page.
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