Monday |
Jarmo HIETARINTA |
University of Turku |
Hirota's bilinear method and soliton solutions |
Gregorio FALQUI |
Univercità di Milano |
Poisson pencils, integrability and separtion of variables |
Holger DULLIN |
University of Loughborough |
Action variables near resonant equilibria |
Yoshiaki MAEDA |
Keio University |
Expressions of algebraic elements and transcendental noncommutative calculus |
Tuesday |
Yuji KODAMA |
Ohio state University |
Geometry of Pfaff lattice |
Thomas KAPPELER |
University of Zurich |
Fermi-Pasta-Ulam lattices: normal form and KAM theorem |
Heinz HANSSMANN |
University of Utrecht |
On destruction of resonant Lagrangian tori in Hamiltonian Systems |
Tamara GRAVA |
SISSA |
Universality in singular limits of Hamiltonian PDEs |
Maria PRZYBYLSKA |
Copernicus University,Torun |
Finitness of integrable n-dimensional homogeneous polynomial potentials |
Wednesday |
Michel AUDIN |
Université de Strasbourg |
Geometry of quadratic systems |
Juan Morales |
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya |
Differential galois theory and spectral theory |
Jean-Pierre RAMIS |
Université de Toulouse |
Swinging Atwood's machin: experimental and theoretical studies |
Thursday |
Jonathan ROBBINS |
University of Bristol |
Maslov indices and singularities of integrable systems |
San VU-NGOC |
University of Grenoble |
Classical and quantum invariant for integrable Hamiltonian systems |
Alexei BOLSINOV |
University of Loughborough |
Non commutativee integrability and Mischenko-Fomenko conjecture |
Jean-Pierre MARCO |
University of Paris 6 |
Entropy of integrable and near-integrable Hamiltonian systems |
M Senthilvelan |
Bharathidasan University |
On the integrability and linearisation properties of
certain nonlinear oscillators and systems of the
form
x'' + (k_1x^q + k_2)x' + k_3x^{2q+1} + k_4x^{q+1} + l_1 x = 0 |
Friday |
Jacek TAFEL |
University of Warsaw |
Symmetries and completely integrable reductions of the Einstein equations |
Tadashi TOKIEDA |
Cambridge University |
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Tudor RATIU |
EPFL |
The role of convexity in Hamiltonian dynamics |