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INTEGRABILITY IN GAUGE AND
STRING THEORY 2021 

T O R I N O,  1 9   T O   2 3   J U L Y  
 

Dear IGST2021 Participants,
 
It is our pleasure to announce that the next “Integrability in gauge and string theory” Conference will be organized in Budapest from Monday 25 July to Friday 29 July 2022, just after Strings2022, to be held in Vienna.
 
The reference person is Zoltan Bajnok from the Wigner Research Centre for Physics in Budapest. 
 
For more scientific information please contact igst2021torino@gmail.com.
 
Hope to meet you all there!
 
 
The IGST2021 Organizing Committee
 
Lorenzo Bianchi, Anna Ceresole, Davide Fioravanti, Marialuisa Frau, Davide Masoero, Domenico Orlando, Alessandro Sfondrini, Roberto Tateo
 
 

The playlist of the IGST2021 talks is now available on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCx4c_vkp9iUFjFSukCxHygZRbgFWgzKO

  

Integrable models play a crucial role in our understanding of non-perturbative physics. The development of exact techniques for specific classes of highly symmetric models allows us to study quantum field theories away from the perturbative regime, providing us with crucial insights on the physics of strongly interacting quantum systems. The conference series Integrability in Gauge and String Theory aims to bring together renowned  experts in the field of solvable models, ranging from more traditional applications like two-dimensional statistical systems and quantum spin chains to modern applications to supersymmetric quantum field theories and string theory.

 

Organizing Committee

Lorenzo Bianchi (Università di Torino) 
Anna Ceresole (INFN, Torino) 
Davide Fioravanti (INFN, Bologna) 
Marialuisa Frau (Università di Torino) 
Davide Masoero (Universidade de Lisboa) 
Domenico Orlando (INFN, Torino) 
Alessandro Sfondrini (Università di Padova) 
Roberto Tateo (Università di Torino)
 

Scientific Advisory Committee

Gleb Arutyunov (DESY Hamburg) 
Vladimir Kazakov (ENS Paris)
Charlotte Kristjansen (NBI Copenhagen)
Juan Maldacena (IAS Princeton) 
Matthias Staudacher (Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin)
Bogdan Stefanski (City University of London) 
Pedro Vieira (Perimeter Institute and ICTP-SAFIR Sao Paulo) 
Kostantin Zarembo (NORDITA, Stockholm)