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10th South East Mathematical Physics Seminar

The tenth meeting of the South East Mathematical Physics Seminar will be held on Wednesday 22nd November 2017 at the University of Kent. The meeting is supported by a London Mathematical Society Joint Research Groups grant.

There is no registration fee, but it would be helpful if you could register in advance by emailing Clare Dunning (tcd at

Speakers: Louise Anderson (Imperial), Istvan Szecsenyi (City), Alessandro Torrielli (Surrey) and Tom Winyard (Leeds).

The School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science has moved into the new Sibson building. The day will start at 11am with coffee in Sibson SMSAS Staff room on floor 2 followed by the first talk at 11.30.


Tom Winyard (University of Leeds)
Jennison Seminar room 1
Vorticies in Multicomponent Superconductors

Lunch in Sibson cafe
Louise Anderson (Imperial College, London)
Sibson seminar room 2
Matrix models and 3d Quiver Theories

Istvan Szecsenyi (City, University of London)
LeClair-Mussardo series for two-point functions in Integrable QFT
We review the LeClair-Mussardo series for one-point functions and propose its extension for finite density (temperature) two-point functions.


Alessandro Torrielli (University of Surrey)
Quantisation of the KP equation

Practical Information

The first talk will be in Jennison Seminar room 1 (Engineering building) and all afternoon talks with be in Sibson building seminar room 2.

Local travel information including maps may be found here.

Train information may be obtained from here. The quickest train from London to Canterbury (West) takes 54 minutes from St Pancras International.

Funds are available to help with travel expenses of participants with limited sources of funding. We hope that this will encourage postgraduate students and postdocs to attend the meeting. Please email Clare Dunning (tcd at in advance if you would like to apply for support.

To return to the South East Mathematical Physics Seminar webpage and to find information about claiming travel expenses please follow this link.

Go to the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science home page.