Liouville field theory and statistical models
International conference in memory of Alexei Zamolodchikov
21-24 June 2008
The conference is devoted to new results in 2D quantum gravity, Liouville field theory and related models of statistical mechanics, including random lattices and matrix models. Liouville field theory is a fundamental contemporary problem in the fields of mathematics, integrable quantum systems and string theory.
This conference, originally proposed by Alexei Zamolodchikov, is dedicated to his memory.
Alexander Zamolodchikov, Liza Kryukova, Michael Lashkevich, Yaroslav Pugai, Michael Tsfasman, Vladimir Bazhanov, Alexander Belavin
Irina Arefeva, Igor Artamkin, Tom Banks, Vladimir Bazhanov, Alexander Belavin, Andrea Cappelli, Leonid Chekhov, Edward Corrigan, Francois David, Gesualdo Delfino, Philippe Di Francesco, Patric Dorey, Tohru Eguchi, Vladimir Fateev, Rainald Flume, Daniel Friedan, Guenter von Gehlen, Doron Gepner, Kazuo Hosomichi, Yukitaka Ishimoto, Noboru Kawamoto, Vladimir Kazakov, Ivan Kostov, Sergey Lando, Michael Lashkevich, Lev Lipatov, Sergei Lukyanov, Tetsuji Miwa, Giuseppe Mussardo, Stanislav Pakulyak, Valentina Petkova, Mikhail Polikarpov, Alexander Polyakov, Yaroslav Pugai, Chaiho Rim, Alexey Rosly, Ryu Sasaki, Fedor Smirnov, Michael Tsfasman, Alexander Zamolodchikov
Location and venue
Moscow Center for Continuous Mathematical Education Address:: 119002 Moscow, Bolshoi Vlas'evskii per. 11 (119002 Москва, Большой Власьевский пер., д.11) tel. +7 499 7951127.