67
Conferences
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University of Warsaw
krolb@fuw.edu.pl
307
SIDE14@fuw.edu.pl,maciejun@fuw.edu.pl,aszer@fuw.edu.pl
SIDE 14.2
SIDE 14.2 is the fourteenth in a series of biennial conferences dedicated to Symmetries and
Integrability of Difference Equations, and in particular to: ordinary and partial difference equations,
analytic difference equations, orthogonal polynomials and special functions, symmetries and
reductions, discrete differential geometry, integrable discrete systems on graphs, integrable
dynamical mappings, (discrete) Painlevé equations, integrability criteria, Yang-Baxter type
equations, cluster algebras, difference Galois theory, quantum mappings, quantum field theory on
space-time lattices, representation theory, combinatorics, numerical models of differential
equations, discrete stochastic models and other related topics.
False
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
Pasteura 5, Warsaw
Lecture hall: 0.06
2023-06-19T08:00:00
2023-06-23T18:10:00
2022-10-24T15:25:45
2023-06-19T02:50:33
Europe/Warsaw
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
maciejun@fuw.edu.pl
University of Warsaw
aszer@fuw.edu.pl
3
false
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On Hamiltonian structures of quasi-Painleve equations
Dr.
University of Warsaw
g.filipuk@uw.edu.pl
Dr.
University of Warsaw
g.filipuk@uw.edu.pl
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
Pasteura 5, Warsaw
Lecture hall: 0.06
2023-06-23T11:30:00
2023-06-23T12:00:00
00:30
The quasi-Painleve property of a system of ordinary differential
equations, here meaning the condition that movable singularities reachable by analytic continuation along finite length curves are at worst algebraic branch points, is described in terms of global Hamiltonian structures on an analogue of Okamoto’s spaces of initial conditions for the Painleve equations. This is a joint work with A. Stokes (Japan).