Einstein at SISSA 2009

2nd Workshop on Geometric Methods in Theoretical Physics

International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste

July 13 to 18, 2009

A conference of the Italian-Russian EINSTEIN project

"Integrability in topological string and field theory"

Scientific
Committee: U. Bruzzo (SISSA) A. Mironov (ITEP) A. Morozov (ITEP) V. Rubtsov (Angers & ITEP) |
Organizing
committee: U. Bruzzo B. Graña Otero I. Mencattini E. Tuillier Illingworth (Secretary) |

Main speakers: Alexander Alexandrov, Sergei Apenko, Andrea Brini, Gregorio Falqui, Fabio Ferrari, Alexei Gorodentsev, Beatriz Graña Otero, Hiroshi Itoyama, Sergei Kharchev, Maximilian Kreuzer, Andrei Levin, Annibale Magni, Andrei Marshakov, Sara Pasquetti, Gherardo Piacitelli, Vladimir Pobereznhy, Andrea Prudenziati, Orlando Ragnisco, Radoslav Rashkov, Vladimir Rubtsov, Shamil Shakirov, Mauro Spreafico

SCHEDULE

Mornings

Mornings

Room D | July 13th | July 14th |
July 15th |
July 16th |
July 17th | July 18th |

9:20 - 10:10 |
Rubtsov | Alexandrov | Piacitelli | |||

10:10 -11:00 |
Mertens | Prudenziati |
Free |
Different |
Schedule |
Polyubin |

11:00 - 11:20 |
Break | |||||

11:20 - 12:10 |
Rashkov | Kharchev |
Day |
See |
below |
Levin |

12:10 - 13:00 |
Shakirov | Poberezhny | Marshakov |

Room D | July 16th |
July 17th |

9:00-9:50 |
Graña Otero | Brini |

9:50-10:40 |
Ragnisco | Kreuzer |

10:40-11:00 |
Break | |

11:00-11:50 |
Ferrari | Falqui |

11:50-12:40 |
Pasquetti | Spreafico |

12:40-13:30 |
Itoyama | Apenko |

Afternoons

Room D | July 13th | July 14th |
July 15th |
July 16th |
July 17th | July 18th |

15:00-15:50 |
Zenkevich | S. Mironov | Galakhov | Burda | Anokhina | |

15:50-16:40 |
Putrov | An. Morozov |
Free |
Rashkov | Alba | Vlasov |

16:40-17:00 |
Break | |||||

17:00-17:50 |
Kreuzer | Amburg |
Day |
Popolitov | Vasiliev | Gorodentsev |

17:50-18:40 |
Gorodentsev | Dunin-Barkowski | Smirnov | Shapiro | Magni | |

18:40-19:30 |
Sleptsov |

TITLES

A. Alexandrov: tba

S. Apenko: Information theory and renormalization group flow

A. Brini: Local Gromov-Witten theory of curves and integrable hierarchies

G. Falqui: Bihamiltonian geometry of the Neumann and Calogero models

F. Ferrari Ruffino: Spinors and orientability

B. Graña Otero: Numerically effective principal Higgs bundles

H. Itoyama: Deformation of Dijkgraaf-Vafa relation via spontaneously broken N=2 supersymmetry

S. Kharchev: The solution of the quantum open Toda chain: QISM and Representation Theory

M. Kreuzer: Exploring hidden dimensions with toric geometry

A. Levin: On the configuration space of the Calogero-Moser system

A. Magni, Some remarks on Huisken's monotonicity

A. Marshakov: tba

L.Mertens: The extended 2D Toda Hierarchy

S. Pasquetti: Non-perturbative topological strings

G. Piacitelli: Canonical Weyl Calculus on k-Minkowski Spacetime

V. Pobereznhy: About some generalizations of the Riemann-Hilbert problem

I. Polyubin: tba

A. Prudenziati: Decoupling A and B model in open string theory

O. Ragnisco: Resuming the Sklyanin-Kuznetsov Program: Backlund
transformations for

the Trigonometric Gaudin Chain

R. Rashkov: Solitonic sectors in type IIB string backgrounds

V. Rubtsov: Elliptic algebras of low dimensions

S. Shakirov: Combinatorics of the Hermitian matrix model

M. Spreafico: Torsion of quaternionic spherical space forms

EINSTEIN is the "European Institute for Nonlinear Studies via Transnationally Extended INterchanges", a Russian-European Union initiative to foster the collaboration and the scientific interchange between Russian and European Union scientists. The research project "Integrability in topological string and field theory" is a collaboration between the Lecce and ITEP nodes of Einstein.

EINSTEIN's web page in Lecce: http://www.fisica.unisalento.it/EINSTEIN/

Members of the research teams:

Alexei Morozov (team leader), Petr Dunin-Barkowski, Sergei Kharchev, Andrei Marshakov, Andrei Mironov, Vladimir Rubtsov, Shamil Shakirov, Alexei Sleptsov.

Ugo Bruzzo (team leader), Claudio Bartocci, Andrea Brini, Gregorio Falqui, Fabio Ferrari, Annibale Magni, Igor Mencattini, Giovanni Ortenzi, Marco Pedroni, Alessandro Tanzini.