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Geometry and Mathematical Physics

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. 

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Research Topics

The research of this group is diverse and multidisciplinary. Professors, post-doctoral 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; stochastic geometry and real algebraic geometry. The will to understand the intimate connection between Physics and Geometry has lead to a collaboration between different areas of research at SISSA, culminating in the iGAP project.


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