EUCLID is a Research Training Network funded by the European Commission's 5th Framework Improving Human Potential programme. The central research objective is to deepen the understanding of the physics of integrability, identifying the fundamental mechanisms and developing applications in a variety of contexts, from string theory to condensed matter physics. A copy of the network proposal is available as attachment. This provides details concerning the members of the collaboration together with a description of the proposed research and the training of young researchers. The network contract (HPRN-CT-2002-00325) between the European Commission and network participants started on 1st October 2002 with a duration of 48 months. The detailed work plan is also available as attachment. 2004 has been the second year of participation to this EU network. A number of postdoctoral positions are appointed. In particular a two year position is appointed to Dr. Arpad Hegedus (hungarian) in Bologna beginning Oct 1, 2004. Many conferences and schools have been organized, with partial support from the network. Up to Dec 2004, 1 workshop (6th Bologna workshop on CFT and Integrable Models) has been organized in Bologna and 1 official network meeting in Florence (2003) with participation of the Bologna group as organizer. The coordinator is Prof. Ed Corrigan, of the Department of Mathematics of University of York, UK Bologna participates as the coordinating site of a national node under the auspices of INFN, including also people in Firenze and Torino. This italian node has been coordinated by F. Ravanini. The list of coordinators of the nodes of the network is: * Ivan Todorov, INRNE-Sofia, Bulgaria * Paul Sorba, CNRS-Annecy, France * Jean-Michel Maillet, ENS-Lyon, France * Vladimir Fateev, CNRS-Montpellier, France * Michael Karowski, FU-Berlin, Germany * Vladimir Rittenberg, University of Bonn, Germany * László Palla, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary * Francesco Ravanini, INFN-Bologna , Italy * Giuseppe Mussardo, SISSA-Trieste, Italy * J Luis Miramontes, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain * Patrick Dorey, Mathematical Sciences, University of Durham, UK * Gérard Watts, Mathematics, King's College London, UK In addition to these, some members of the following universities (contact names in brackets) are collaborating with the principal partners and are considered part of the above nodes: * University of Mons-Hainaut (Jean Nuyts) with York * CEN-Saclay (Denis Bernard) with CNRS-Annecy * LPThE Paris VI University (Olivier Babelon) with ENS-Lyon * University of Tours (Peter Forgacs) with CNRS-Montpellier * University of Hannover (Michael Flohr) with Bonn * University of Szeged (Laszlo Feher) and Nuclear and Particle Physics Research Laboratory of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Janos Balog) with Budapest * University of Florence (Andrea Cappelli) and University of Torino (Michele Caselle), with Bologna * University of Bilbao and IFT-Madrid (German Sierra) with Santiago * Heriot-Watt University (Robert Weston) with Durham * Universities of Cambridge (Jonathan Evans) and Swansea (Tim Hollowood) with KCL * London - City University (Andreas Fring) with FU-Berlin Further information about this activity can be found at the web site of the EUCLID network: http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~ec9/fp5data.html

EUCLID - Integrable models and applications: from strings to condensed matter - Activity Year 2

RAVANINI, FRANCESCO;
2004

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EUCLID is a Research Training Network funded by the European Commission's 5th Framework Improving Human Potential programme. The central research objective is to deepen the understanding of the physics of integrability, identifying the fundamental mechanisms and developing applications in a variety of contexts, from string theory to condensed matter physics. A copy of the network proposal is available as attachment. This provides details concerning the members of the collaboration together with a description of the proposed research and the training of young researchers. The network contract (HPRN-CT-2002-00325) between the European Commission and network participants started on 1st October 2002 with a duration of 48 months. The detailed work plan is also available as attachment. 2004 has been the second year of participation to this EU network. A number of postdoctoral positions are appointed. In particular a two year position is appointed to Dr. Arpad Hegedus (hungarian) in Bologna beginning Oct 1, 2004. Many conferences and schools have been organized, with partial support from the network. Up to Dec 2004, 1 workshop (6th Bologna workshop on CFT and Integrable Models) has been organized in Bologna and 1 official network meeting in Florence (2003) with participation of the Bologna group as organizer. The coordinator is Prof. Ed Corrigan, of the Department of Mathematics of University of York, UK Bologna participates as the coordinating site of a national node under the auspices of INFN, including also people in Firenze and Torino. This italian node has been coordinated by F. Ravanini. The list of coordinators of the nodes of the network is: * Ivan Todorov, INRNE-Sofia, Bulgaria * Paul Sorba, CNRS-Annecy, France * Jean-Michel Maillet, ENS-Lyon, France * Vladimir Fateev, CNRS-Montpellier, France * Michael Karowski, FU-Berlin, Germany * Vladimir Rittenberg, University of Bonn, Germany * László Palla, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary * Francesco Ravanini, INFN-Bologna , Italy * Giuseppe Mussardo, SISSA-Trieste, Italy * J Luis Miramontes, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain * Patrick Dorey, Mathematical Sciences, University of Durham, UK * Gérard Watts, Mathematics, King's College London, UK In addition to these, some members of the following universities (contact names in brackets) are collaborating with the principal partners and are considered part of the above nodes: * University of Mons-Hainaut (Jean Nuyts) with York * CEN-Saclay (Denis Bernard) with CNRS-Annecy * LPThE Paris VI University (Olivier Babelon) with ENS-Lyon * University of Tours (Peter Forgacs) with CNRS-Montpellier * University of Hannover (Michael Flohr) with Bonn * University of Szeged (Laszlo Feher) and Nuclear and Particle Physics Research Laboratory of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Janos Balog) with Budapest * University of Florence (Andrea Cappelli) and University of Torino (Michele Caselle), with Bologna * University of Bilbao and IFT-Madrid (German Sierra) with Santiago * Heriot-Watt University (Robert Weston) with Durham * Universities of Cambridge (Jonathan Evans) and Swansea (Tim Hollowood) with KCL * London - City University (Andreas Fring) with FU-Berlin Further information about this activity can be found at the web site of the EUCLID network: http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~ec9/fp5data.html
E. Corrigan; P. Dorey; V. Fateev; M. Karowski; J.M. Maillet; J.L. Miramontes; G. Mussardo; L. Palla; F. Ravanini; V. Rittenberg; P. Sorba; I. Todorov; G. Watts
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