Sep 14 – 16, 2020
Europe/Rome timezone

The notion of integrable system 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 and symplectic topology, combinatorics, random matrices, stochastic models, differential equations and more.

The workshop is organized by the IPADEGAN network and  aims at gathering leading mathematicians working in the area of integrable systems.

The workshop will take place online via zoom. To follow the event it is necessary to register by clicking the registration form on the left menu.


50 minutes talk

Thomas Bothner, University of Bristol      Roberto Camassa, Chapel Hill, USA        

Christophe CharlierKTH Stockholm     Fabio Cunden, SISSA

Guido De Philippis,  Courant Institute/SISSA       Christian KleinInstitut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne    

Alexandre Krajenbrink, SISSA  Alexander Its, Indiana-Purdue University, Indianapolis   

Ken McLaughlinColorado State University      Giovannni OrtenziUniversita' di Milano Bicocca  

Marco Pedroni, Unviersita' di Bergamo    Giuseppe PittonImperial College, London   

Giulio RuzzaUniversité Catholique de Louvain       Guilherme Silva, University of Sao Paolo   

Nikola StoilovInstitut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne   

30 minutes talk

Sofia TarriconeUniversité d'Angers and Concordia University 

Guido Mazzuca, SISSA

Eduardo Chavez HerediaSISSA/Bristol

Massimo GisonniSISSA

Harini DesirajuSISSA

Guilherme Almeida, SISSA   


Tamara GravaSISSA/Bristol

Guido Mazzuca, SISSA

Eduardo Chavez HerediaSISSA/Bristol

Massimo GisonniSISSA

Harini DesirajuSISSA

Guilherme Almeida, SISSA



This conference has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłowdoska–Curie grant No. 778010 IPaDEGAN

Registration for this event is currently open.