In the last few decades, the notion of Integrable systems and Chaos, both classical and quantum, have seen immense developments. Fuelled by a flurry of scientific inter-community dialogues, these ideas have turned out to be universally useful in a wide spectrum of theoretical studies, from worldsheet string sigma models, to black holes and holography, and further into real experimental systems. Numerous interesting connections between these seemingly disparate research areas are developing, promising to shed light on important open questions. We hope to further fuel these dialogues by inviting people from different fields using state-of-the-art tools to explore these exciting ideas.
The program shall consist of three days of talks (25th-27th July) in a very relaxed format. We do not hope to have more than 3-4 hours of talks everyday, the rest will be reserved for open discussions.
Alessandro Sfondrini (INFN Padova)
Robert de Mello Koch (WITS and Huzhou)
Dimitrios Giataganas (NSYSU, Taiwan)
Arpan Bhattcharyya (IIT Gandhinagar)
Misha Smolkin (Hebrew U.)
Viktor Jahnke (GIST, Korea)
Heng-Yu Chen (NTU)
Julian Sonner (Geneva U.)
Yu-tin Huang (NTU)
Ricardo Troncoso (CECS, Chile)
Takaaki Ishii (Rikkyo U.)
Keiju Murata (Nihon U.)
Pratik Nandy (YITP, Kyoto)
Junggi Yoon (APCTP)
Zoom registration link for remote participants (non-speakers).
Aritra Banerjee (OIST QGU)
Yasha Neiman (OIST QGU)
Kentaroh Yoshida (Saitama/Kyoto)
Organizers acknowledge support from the Quantum Gravity Unit of Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. The workshop is also partly supported by MEXT KAKENHI Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas A “Extreme Universe” No.22H05259 and “Machine Learning Physics” No.22H05115.