Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) US AA 2018 Seminar
" Recent development in continuous and discrete integrable systems "
Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2018
The integrable systems, including the continuous and discrete integrable ones, arise naturally in many applications ranging from fluid dynamics to nonlinear optics. Over the past 50 years, the theory of integrable nonlinear system, or the so called soliton theory, has made remarkable progress, in which many contributions were made by US and Japanese researchers. These include the method of inverse scattering transform (IST), Toda lattice and Hirota’ bilinear method and Sato theory.
By inviting several researchers from USA and Japan to interact and exchange ideas for the recent development of integrable systems. The goals of the seminar are twofold. One is to strengthen and advance the existing collaborative researches; the other one is to provide new collaborative opportunities among researchers in USA and Japan. The seminar will be beneficial to graduate students and young scientists to collaborate with researchers from Japan and US and work on related topics.
Convener: Baofeng Feng
Professor, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
This two-day Seminar is sponsored by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Washington Office, College of Science and the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley