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

List of participants (at present confirmed)

Giota Adamopoulou (University of Kent, UK)

Peter Bowcock (Durham University, UK)

Olalla Castro-Alvaredo (City University London, UK)

Vincent Caudrelier (City University London, UK)

Jean Sebastian Caux (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Andrea Cavaglia (City University London, UK)

Jawad Arshad Deo (King's College London, UK)

Yixiong Chen (King's College London, UK)

Patrick Dorey (Durham University, UK)

Benjamin Doyon (King's College London, UK)

Clare Dunning (University of Kent, UK)

Andreas Fring (City University London, UK)

Paulo Goncalves de Assis (University of Kent, UK)

Yacine Ikhlef (University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Petr Kulish (Steklov Institute St Petersburg, Russia)

Emanuele Levi (City University London, UK)

Niall MacKay (University of York, UK)

Balazs Pozsgay (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Nikos Karaiskos (University of Patras, Greece)

Andreas Recknagel (King's College London, UK)

Vidas Regelskis (University of York, UK)

Ingo Runkel (Hamburg University, Germany)

James Silk (Durham University, UK)

Monique Smith (City University London, UK)

Bogdan Stefanski (City University London, UK)

Alessandro Torrielli (University of York, UK)

Jacopo Viti (SISSA, Italy)

Joe Watkins (University of Kent, UK)

Gerard Watts (King's College London, UK)

Robert Weston (Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, UK)

Ruth Wilbourne (Durham University, UK)

Charles Young (University of York, UK)

Cheng Zhang (City University London, UK)

Peng Zhao (Cambridge University, UK)

Roman Zwicky (University of Southampton, UK)

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