International conference in memory of M. K. Polivanov "Polivanov–90"
(December 16–17, 2020, online, Moscow)

International conference in memory of M. K. Polivanov "Polivanov–90"

Mikhail Konstantinovich Polivanov (1930-1992) was an outstanding Soviet and Russian theoretical physicist who made a fundamental contribution to modern mathematical and theoretical physics. Mikhail Konstantinovich is known as one of the leading experts on quantum field theory and the theory of dispersion relations. His works on axiomatic quantum field theory and the theory of integrable systems are well known. From the very foundation of the journal "Theoretical and mathematical physics" Mikhail Konstantinovich was the Executive Secretary of the editorial Board and Deputy editor-in-chief of the journal. Since 1969 until his death, he headed the Department of quantum field theory (now the Department of theoretical physics) of Steklov Mathematical Institute. We remember Mikhail Konstantinovich not only as an outstanding scientist and teacher, but also as a wonderful person.

Financial support. The conference is supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (the grant to the Steklov International Mathematical Center, agreement no. 075-15-2019-1614).






Organizing Committee
Pogrebkov Andrei Konstantinovich (Chairman)
Slavnov Nikita Andreevich
Zotov Andrei Vladimirovich

Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Steklov International Mathematical Center

International conference in memory of M. K. Polivanov "Polivanov–90", Moscow, December 16–17, 2020

December 16, 2020 (Wed)
1. Opening
A. K. Pogrebkov
December 16, 2020 10:00, Moscow, online
2. RG equations for the scattering amplitude in general theories
D. I. Kazakov
December 16, 2020 10:05, Moscow, online
3. Quantisation of nonabelian dynamical systems. Quantisation ideals.
A. V. Mikhailov
December 16, 2020 10:45, Moscow, online
4. Locality in quantum field theory and quantum information
I. V. Volovich
December 16, 2020 11:40, Moscow, online
5. Non-local observables
I. Ya. Aref'eva
December 16, 2020 12:20, Moscow, online
6. Transition amplitude in quantum field theory and Hilbert's 6-th problem
V. P. Pavlov
December 16, 2020 14:30, Moscow, online
7. The relation between Wiener and Schwarzian functional integrals
V. V. Belokurov
December 16, 2020 15:00, Moscow, online
8. Algebraic quantum theory
G. A. Kravtsova
December 16, 2020 15:45, Moscow, online
9. Mathematical models of cosmology
A. T. Filippov
December 16, 2020 16:15, Moscow, online
10. Topological insulators invariant with respect to time reversal
A. G. Sergeev
December 16, 2020 17:00, Moscow, online
11. Sigma models as Gross–Neveu models
D. V. Bykov
December 16, 2020 17:30, Moscow, online

December 17, 2020 (Thu)
12. Airy functions and uniform transition from the oscillator to semiclassical approximation for one-dimensional bound states
S. Yu. Dobrokhotov
December 17, 2020 10:00, Moscow, online
13. Periods of BHK mirrors
A. A. Belavin
December 17, 2020 10:40, Moscow, online
14. ZM integrable system via dressing method (relativistic invariant version)
V. E. Zakharov
December 17, 2020 11:40, Moscow, online
15. On quantum $osp(1|2\ell)$-Toda chain
D. R. Lebedev
December 17, 2020 12:20, Moscow, online
16. Trigonometric real form of the spin RS model of Krichever and Zabrodin
L. Feher
December 17, 2020 14:30, Moscow, online
17. KP hierarchy and Calogero–Moser hierarchy
A. V. Zabrodin
December 17, 2020 15:00, Moscow, online
18. $TT$-deformation of 2d Yang-Mills theory at large N: collective field theory and phase transitions
A. S. Gorsky
December 17, 2020 15:45, Moscow, online
19. Matrix Painleve-2 equations
V. V. Sokolov
December 17, 2020 16:15, Moscow, online
20. Conformal harmonic maps of two-torus to spheres and turning point of elliptic Calogero–Moser system
I. M. Krichever
December 17, 2020 17:00, Moscow, online
21. Cluster variables for affine Lie–Poisson systems
L. O. Chekhov
December 17, 2020 17:30, Moscow, online
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