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ICFT 2011

15th UK meeting on Integrable Models, Conformal Field Theory and related Topics

April 15 2011 - April 16 2011

The proposed meeting is to be the 15th in a series of annual one-day meetings on this topic. The main aims of the meeting are: 

  • The dissemination, explanation and discussion of recent exciting results in this field.
  • To promote communication and collaboration within the UK Integrable Models and Conformal Field Theory community, and to bring mathematicians and physicists working in this area together.
  • To act as a forum for young researchers to present their work and to become known and integrated into the community.

Speakers include :

  • Jean Sebastian Caux (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • Paulo Goncalves de Assis (Kent, UK)
  • Vidas Regelskis (York, UK)
  • Ingo Runkel (Hamburg, Germany)
  • James Silk (Durham, UK)
  • Charles Young (York, UK)
  • Peng Zhao (Cambridge, UK)
  • Roman Zwicky (Southampton)

There will be an informal poster session. All participants especially students and postdocs are encouraged to present a poster.

Scientific  Organisers

Peter Bowcock (Durham), John Cardy (Oxford), Patrick Dorey (Durham), Clare Dunning (Kent), Andreas Fring (City London), Niall Mackay (York), Anne Taormina (Durham), Gerard Watts (Kings London), Robert Weston (Edinburgh)

Local  Organisers

Olalla Castro-Alvaredo, Vincent Caudrelier, Andreas Fring

 
REGISTRATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 31-st of March 2011 

Please fill in the registration form or contact A.Fring@city.ac.uk

This meeting is supported by the Institute of Physics and the London Mathematical Society.

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