Towards non-commutative integrabilityJuly 7, 2010 — University of Lisbon
|Speaker: Maxim Kontsevich (about)|
Abstract: There are many examples of classical integrable systems where one can treat coordinates on the phase space as free non-commuting variables.
I'll mostly concentrate on an example related with the classification of a pair of matrices up to conjugation.
This leads to a beautiful class of (non)commutative algebraic functions.
Also I formulate several conjectures about integrability, supported by computer experiments.
Room: Anfiteatro do Instituto para a Investigação Interdisciplinar (map)
Web streaming: http://www.sp.ul.pt/maximkontsevich
Contact: Jean-Claude Zambrini (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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