011w: Mathematics of modern mathematical physics


Semen, Shlosman, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology & Kharkevich Institute for Information Transmission Problems of RAS

Alexandra Skripchenko, Higher School of Economics & Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology


11 October 2021 - 15 October 2021


Omega Sirius Hotel, 'Innsbruck' conference-hall


In conference talks, we plan to review the newest advances in mathematical physics. We invite mathematicians working in various fields having applications to physics. The main topics include geometry and dynamics of moduli spaces, determinantal point processes, hyper Kahler geometry and reduction algebras, limit shapes in statistical physics.

We plan to invite a broad spectrum of specialists actively working in various fields of mathematical physics, so that their lectures will be accessible for a broad audience, including master and PhD students.


Link to Zoom-translation


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A. Zorich
Large genus asymptotic geometry of random square-tiled surfaces and of random multicurves

V. Ovsienko
On radius of convergence of q-deformed real numbers
A. Magazinov
Localization results for random Lipschitz functions on lattice graphs

G. Kabatiansky
Random convex polytopes with binary vertices


Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break


A. Dymov
On the Zakharov-L’vov stochastic model for wave turbulence

A. Skripchenko
Double rotations and their ergodic properties

A. Nazarov
Skew Howe duality and limit shape of Young diagrams as a determinantal point process

A. Tsiganov
On the Killing tensors in Euclidean spaces


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S. Shlosman
Limit shapes and fluctuations around them
E. Lanneau
Intersection form on translation surfaces
C. Matheus Santos
Thermodynamics of Gauss-Cantor sets and applications to the Lagrange and Markov spectra


A. Bufetov
Determinantal Point Processes: Quasi-symmetries and Interpolation
  V. Gorin
Cointegration, S&P, and random matrices