Mathematical Physics and Geometry are among the most rapidly developing branches of Pure and Applied Mathematics. The core activity of the SISSA group focuses on topics which are attracting a wide interest from the international scientific community.
Research Topics
The research of this group is diverse and multidisciplinary. Professors, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students face problems in integrable systems, in relation with differential, symplectic and algebraic geometry, as well as special functions and nonlinear waves; noncommutative geometry, geometry of strings and quantum fields and mathematical methods of quantum physics.
Faculty

Ugo Bruzzo, Professor

Boris Dubrovin, Professor

Barbara Fantechi, Professor

Cesare Reina, Professor

Ludwik Dabrowski, Associate Professor

Tamara Grava, Associate Professor

Alessandro Tanzini, Associate Professor

Davide Guzzetti, Assistant Professor

Alessandro Michelangeli, Assistant Professor
Visiting Professors

Gianfausto Dell'Antonio, Visiting Professor
External Collaborators

Diego Noja, University of Milan Bicocca

Andrea Posilicano, University of Insubria

Gianluca Panati, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"

Francesco D'Andrea, Università di Napoli "Federico II"

Gregorio Falqui, Università di Milano Bicocca

Giovanni Landi, Università degli Studi di Trieste

Simonetta Abenda, Università degli Studi di Bologna

Youjin Zhang, Tsinghua University

Pavel Exner, Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR

Fabio Cipriani, Institute of Technology (Politecnico) Milan

Philippe Blanchard, Bielefeld University

Fabio Perroni, External Collaborator
Temporary Scientific Staff

Gherardo Piacitelli, Postdoc

Ferenc Balogh, Postdoc

Ada Boralevi, Postdoc

Gustavo De Oliveira, Postdoc

Joel Ekstrand, Postdoc

Robert Jenkins, Postdoc

Bernard Allen Mares, Postdoc

Anton Mellit, Postdoc

Rafael Torres, Postdoc

Di Yang, Postdoc
Seminars
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Publications
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