The notion of integrable system in classical mechanics dates back to Joseph Liouville and has an illustrious and long history; it has since expanded considerably and received input from distant areas of mathematics and physics like algebraic geometry, symplectic topology, string-theory, combinatorics, statistical mechanics, stochastic models and more. The conference aims at bringing together leading mathematicians that have contributed and are contributing to the success and dissemination of methods and ideas originating from integrable systems in all areas of mathematics and physics.
The conference is in memory of Boris Dubrovin (1950 – 2019), whose activity in the past forty years has been a driving force and a reference beacon for many researchers in Mathematical Physics and Geometry.
Preliminary list of speakers:
Anne Boutet de Monvel (Paris VI, France), Gaetan Borot (TU Berlin), Alexander Buryak (Leeds, UK), Mattia Cafasso (Angers, France)
Mauro Carfora (Pavia, Italy), Guido Carlet (Dijon, France), Tom Claeys (UCLouvain, Belgium)
Vladimir Dragovic (UT Dallas, USA), Yakov Eliashberg (Stanford, USA), Gregorio Falqui (Milano Bicocca, Italy), Giovanni Felder (ETH, Zurich, CH), Evgeny Ferapontov (Loughbourough, UK), Alexander Givental (Berkeley, USA), Claus Hertling, (Mannheim, Germany), Alexander Its (Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianpolis, USA), Nalini Joshi (Sidney, AU), Christian Klein, (Dijon, France), Dmitry Korotkin (Concordia, CA), Igor Krichever (Columbia, USA and Skoltech, Moscow), Arno Kuijlaars (KU Leuven Belgium), Marta Mazzocco (Birmingham, UK), Ken McLaughlin (Fort Collins, USA), Sergei P. Novikov* (Steklov, Moscow and UMD, Maryland, USA), Andrei Okounkov (Columbia, USA), Vasilisa Shramchenko (Sherbook, CA), Ian Strachan (Glasgow, UK), Alexander Veselov (Loughborough, UK), Lauren Williams (Harvard) Di Yang (Hefei, China), Youjin Zhang (Tsinghua, China), Don Zagier (ICTP, Trieste Italy and Max Planck Bonn, Germany)
See the website at https://indico.sissa.it/event/41/