Workshop on Classical and Quantum Integrable Systems


July 25 - 31 , 2021

The next international Workshop on Classical and Quantum Integrable Systems (CQIS-2021) will be held at the Omega Sirius Park Hotel and Conference Center ( Sochi, Russia) on July 25-31, 2021 (Sunday, July 25 - arrival day; Saturday, July 31 - departure day) . It is organized jointly by the Sirius Mathematics Center and the International Laboratory of Cluster Geometry, Faculty of Mathematics, HSE.

This Workshop continues the series of CQIS workshops held in 2004-2019 in Protvino, Dubna, Chernogolovka and Saint Petersburg.

We are going to bring together 60-80 leading international and Russian mathematical physicists and mathematicians working in the theory of integrable systems and related fields of mathematics.

The scientific scope of the Workshop covers, in particular,

  • recent results in integrable models of classical and quantum mechanics, field theory and statistical physics

  • algebraic, geometric and combinatorial aspects of integrability including quantum groups, cluster algebras, conformal field theory, vertex algebras, special functions etc.

  • integrable probability and asymptotic representation theory

The conference registration fee is €100 =$100= ք7000 paid in cash upon arrival. This covers also lunches, airport pick up and the conference dinner.

Based on a success of our grant applications, the organizers may be able to cover conference fee, arrange free accommodations and contribute to travel expenses of the participants. Preference will be given to younger researchers.

The deadlines for applications are

  • May 31, 2021 for those who do not need Russian visa

  • May 1, 2021 for those who need Russia visa

Participation is by invitation of the Organizing Committee. Those who are interested in participation are kindly asked to fill in the Registration Form. Those participants who need Russian visa are kindly requested to complete the Visa Application Form.

Sirius Mathematics Center

International Laboratory of Cluster Geometry, Faculty of Mathematics, Higher School of Economics

Russian Foundation for Basic Research