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Integrable systems, Frobenius manifolds and nonlinear waves


Integrable systems

Integrable systems are special  systems which can be solved exactly in some sense. They arise in a variety of settings, ranging from Hamiltonian systems, nonlinear wave equations   and probability. This  course covers the origins of the subject as well as modern topics in  nonlinear waves  and  integrable probability.

1.  The Korteweg de Vries equation (KdV) 

Past Activities of the Integrable Systems, Frobenius Manifolds and Nonlineare Waves group

(partially funded by MISGAM and ENIGMA)

Marie Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange, "Integrable Partial Differential Equations: Geometry, Asymptotics, and Numerics"

IPaDEGAN is a European Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange ( RISE ) project, funded by the European Commission within the H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017 call. It fosters international mobility and collaboration on the topic of partial differential equations, especially on Integrable PDEs and their ramified applications.


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