3pm - 4pm
Wednesday 17 February 2021

The importance of being Integrable: on the methods and usefulness of Integrability

A seminar in the Taste of Research Undergraduate Seminar Series designed by mathematics PhD students to introduce year 2, 3 and 4 mathematics students to a taste of mathematics doctoral research.

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Abstract

In this TORUS seminar talk, I will try to motivate and explain some basic concepts of integrability. Focusing on its classical version, I will try to provide an accessible introduction to this topic, with a possible outlook on quantum integrability as well. Integrable features play a tremendous role in various fields of research, and we will touch upon this when I briefly cover recent results in my own research revolving around integrability in a string theory context.

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