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Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Institut für Mathematik
26111 Oldenburg
olcradhgypt@fnsnuol.iecde

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Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Institut für Mathematik
26111 Oldenburg
olcradhgypt@fnsnuol.iecde

Coordinators

Prof. Dr. Florian Hess
flofgpria7akn.hess@uol.3haqde<br ke/> (florianivf.htjgess@iwwuol.deof)Phone: +49 (0) 441 798-2906


Prof. Dr. Andreas Stein
anduk2reslmwwas.supkqteinotttx@uol.1ode<bkvvt8r /p0f> (andrxmleas.m9dstein@uobtc7l.dgxteia)Phone: +49 (0) 441 798-3232

Talk

Harry Braden (University of Edinburgh)

17.12.2015 - W01 0-012 (Wechloy), 16 Uhr c.t.

Spectral Curves are Transcendental

Abstract: The modern approach to integrable systems typically proceeds via a curve, the parameters of the curve encoding the actions and its Jacobian (or possibly some related Prym) encoding the angles. Physically relevant families of curves are often described by fixed relations amongst differentials on the curve. We shall look at number theoretic properties of these curves. For many integrable systems the curves are transcendental.

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