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Thursday, June 2

  1. page On some integrable models of interacting particles edited Alexander Povolotsky Povolotsky(National Research University Higher School of Economics & Joi…
    Alexander PovolotskyPovolotsky(National Research University Higher School of Economics & Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
    Thu, Jan 28
    We describe interacting particle models with product stationary measure, which can be solved by the coordinate Bethe anstaz. In the talk we show how to obtain very general family of such models, and review its particular cases. In the second part of the talk we concentrate on the results obtained for the particular model from this family, TASEP with generalized update. This model is the two-parametric generalization of the TASEP equipped with an additional interaction controlling the clustering of particles. We describe a transition from the KPZ universality to formation of a macroscopic jam.
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  2. page Talks & Discussions edited ... 10:00am Aud Alexander Povolotsky (BLTP) (NRU HSE & JINR) On some integrable models o…
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    On some integrable models of interacting particles
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Wednesday, March 9

  1. page Social Activities edited ... Mar 3 Thursday, Common Area (where tea is served), 5:00pm (Note: To help cover the cost of ca…
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    Mar 3 Thursday, Common Area (where tea is served), 5:00pm
    (Note: To help cover the cost of cake, wine and light refreshments, we will ask for approximately $10 per attendee.)
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Friday, March 4

  1. page KPZ at thirty edited Ivan Corwin (Columbia) Mon, Mar 7 The Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation has sparked many developments…
    Ivan Corwin (Columbia)
    Mon, Mar 7
    The Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation has sparked many developments over the past thirty years. In this talk we will look at some of the systems it is connected to as well as some of the mathematical methods which have been developed to study its behavior. This talk is meant for non-experts with no background.

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Thursday, March 3

  1. page Talks & Discussions edited ... Time correlation properties of KPZ fluctuations, from experimental perspectives Week 6 (confe…
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    Time correlation properties of KPZ fluctuations, from experimental perspectives
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    Quantum quenches, arctic circles and field theory
    Wed, Mar 8
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    Takashi Imamura (Chiba)
    Determinantal structures in the O'Connell-Yor polymer model

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  2. page Determinantal structures in the O'Connell-Yor polymer model edited Takashi Imamura (Chiba) Wed, Mar 8 In this talk, I will report our recent result on the O'Connel…
    Takashi Imamura (Chiba)
    Wed, Mar 8
    In this talk, I will report our recent result on the O'Connell-Yor model (arXiv:1506.05548). Revealing some denterminantal structures of this model, we obtain a representation for the moment generating function of the polymer partition function in terms of a determinantal weight, which is valid for arbitrary positive temperature. In the zero-temperature limit, it goes to the eigenvalues density for the Gaussian Unitary Ensemble (GUE) in random matrix theory.
    This is the joint work with Tomohiro Sasamoto.

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  3. page On the completeness of the Bethe ansatz for the periodic ASEP model edited Axel Saenz (Davis) Wed, Mar 8 In recent work with collaborators Norman Do (Monash Uni.) and Eric…
    Axel Saenz (Davis)
    Wed, Mar 8
    In recent work with collaborators Norman Do (Monash Uni.) and Eric Brattain (UC Davis), we have shown that the Bethe ansatz is complete for the periodic ASEP model. The ASEP model is a continuous Markov process which describes a system of N particles on a ring lattice of L sites and each particle has probability p (resp. 1-p) to jump right (resp. left). In our work, we use ideas from topology and complex geometry to obtain our results.

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  4. page Talks & Discussions edited ... Quantum quenches, arctic circles and field theory Wed, Mar 8 11:10am Aud Axel Saenz (Davi…
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    Axel Saenz (Davis)
    On the completeness of the Bethe ansatz for the periodic ASEP model

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    Nicolas Allegra (UCSB)
    Quantum quenches, arctic circles and field theory
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