3-6 July 2023
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

We have the pleasure of inviting prospective speakers and participants to the 4th edition of the Student Workshop on Integrability. This year the workshop will take place at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. How to get there click here. The aim of the event is to provide a space for PhD students and early-career to mid-career postdocs in the field of integrability to present and discuss their research while strengthening the connections within the integrability community.

During this years' edition, we are honoured to host two keynote speakers, Didina Serban and Jacopo de Nardis.

Apart from the scientific program, the workshop should offer an opportunity to get in touch with other peer-group members. Hence, there will be many social events: A cultural trip, social nights outs and a conference dinner.

There will be two types of contributions to the scientific program by the participants. You can either apply to give a 20 minutes talk or you can design a poster to present it in one of the poster sessions. To do so please hand in additionally an "Abstract" in the section "Call for Abstracts".

There is no participation fee. However, the participants need to pay for accommodation and travel by themself. We can offer limited financial support of 200 Euros for participants who have a limited budget. To apply for support please fill in the corresponding field in the application form.

Further, either you organize an accommodation by yourself or you request a room of our subscription to hotel rooms during the registration process. In the latter case, you would share a double room with another young researcher. 

For information about the previous editions of the workshop, please see the website. For updates, you can also follow us on Facebook.

Organizer:   Sascha Gehrmann
                         Rebakka Koch
Logo:             Gert Vercleyen, sticker design based on the star-triangle relation.

Science Park 904 1098 XH Amsterdam Building H Room H0.08
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Application for this event is currently open.