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2324 Oct 2013
Tokyo, Japan
Yutaka Matsuo, Tsukasa Tada
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Todai/Riken joint workshop on Super Yang-Mills, solvable systems and related subjects

Recent years has seen a lot of interesting research and attempts regarding super Yang-Mills theories, solvable statistical systems, and of course, conformal field theories and their interrelations. There are many novel discoveries revealed by these efforts. It would be a good time for us to get together and share those insights with each other. This small workshop is motivated for that purpose. We hope that those who are interested in the subjects can participate and engage in active discussions at our workshop.

Speakers include:
K. Ito (T.I.T.), H. Itoyama (Osaka C.U.), V. Kazakov (E.N.S.), I. Kostov (Saclay), Y. Matsuo (Tokyo), K. Ohmori (Tokyo), T. Okuda (Tokyo), D. Serban (Saclay), H. Shimada (OIQP), E. Sobko (ENS), F. Sugino (OIQP), T. Tada (Riken), M. Taki (Riken), S. Terashima (YITP)

The workshop will be held at
Room 1320, 3F, Faculty of Science Bldg. 4
Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo.