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9:30 AM * Coffee *

10:00 AM

* Iain Johnstone Title: PCA, likelihood ratios, and a transition to the Tracy-Widom law*

11:05 AM

Herbert Spohn

Department of Mathematics, Technical University Munich and MSRI Berkeley

Title: * The hydrodynamic scale for integrable many-body systems *

1:10 PM

Alexander Its

Department of Mathematics, Indiana University-Purdue University

Title: ISOMONODRTOMY ASPECTS OF THE TT* EQUATIONS OF CECOTTI AND VAFA. IWASAWA FACTORIZATION AND ASYMPTOTICS.

2:15 PM

Axel Saenz

Department of Mathematics, Oregon State University

Title: * TASEP back in time*

3:15 PM * Coffee *

3:30 PM

Estelle Basor

American Institute of Mathematics

Title: *Some reflections on asymptotics of determinants and their applications and the work of Craig Tracy. *

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Titiel: ISOMONODRTOMY ASPECTS OF THE TT* EQUATIONS OF CECOTTI AND VAFA. IWASAWA FACTORIZATION AND ASYMPTOTICS

The talk is concerned with the global asymptotic analysis of the tt* - Toda equation, 2(w i ) t ¯t = −e 2(w i+1 −w i ) + e 2(w i −w i+1 ) , where, for all i, w i = w i+n+1 (periodicity),w i = w i ( | t | ) (radial condi- tion), and w i + w −i−1 = 0 (“anti-symmetry”). The problem has been intensively studied since the early 90s work of Cecotti and Vafa. In these work a prominent role of the tt*- equations in the classiﬁcation of supersymmetric ﬁeld theories had been revealed and a series of important conjectures about their solutions has been formulated. Assuming n = 3 (the ﬁrst case beyond the known Painlev´e III situation), we study the question using a combination of methods from p.d.e., isomonodromic deformations (Riemann-Hilbert method), and loop groups (Iwasawa factorization). We place these global solutions into the broader context of solutions which are smooth near 0. For such solutions, we compute explicitly the Stokes data and connection matrix of the associated meromorphic system, in the resonant cases as well as in the non-resonant case. This allows us to give a complete picture of the monodromy data, holomorphic data, and asymptotic data of the global solutions and prove some of Cecotti-Vafa conjectures. In the talk, the above mentioned results will be presented in detail with an outline of the key steps in their derivation. Also, the relation to 1998 work of Tracy and Widom on the tt*-Toda equation will be discussed. This is a joint work with Martin Guest and Chang-Shou Lin

Axel Saenz

Title: * TASEP back in time*

The (totally) asymmetric simple exclusion process, the (T)ASEP, is an
interacting particle system on the integer line that is exactly
solvable. In the late 2000s, C. Tracy and H. Widom discovered the
Tracy-Widom distribution in the fluctuations of a particle in the bulk
for the ASEP with the so-called step initial conditions. This was a
groundbreaking result, which has fostered much research activity.

In this talk, I will introduce a Markov process that maps the TASEP back
in time for the step initial conditions. I motivate this Markov process
by considering the action of the Yang-Baxter equations on the TASEP.
This result is based on a collaboration with L. Petrov (U VA).

Herbert Spohn

Title: *The hydrodynamic scale for integrable many-body systems *

From the statistical physics side there is currently much interest in the hydrodynamic
description of the Lieb-Liniger delta-Bose gas and similar integrable systems. We
discuss the underlying concepts. For the Ablowitz-Ladik discretized version of the
nonlinear Schroedinger equation generalized Gibbs ensembles are introduced and
the structure of average conserved fields and their currents is elucidated.

Estelle Basor

Title: *Some reflections on asymptotics of determinants and their applications and the work of Craig Tracy. *

This talk will survey results that describe the asymptotics of determinants of structured matrices and operators. We will highlights some applications and the connections to some of the early work of Craig Tracy and then the links to his later fundamental contributions to random matrix theory.

Time: Oct 30, 2021 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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