Conference venue

Physikzentrum Bad Honnef - The conference center of the German Physical Society, near Bonn on the Rhine river. The conference center will offer accommodation and meals for all participants.



The workshop will be generously funded by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation. The foundation will cover the local expanses (accommodation and full board in the conference center) for all participants. This necessarily means that the total number of participants is limited (to approximately 70). Therefore everybody who is interested in participating in the workshop is asked to send an application to the organizers. Please understand that the organizers will have to select the participants if a maximum number of applications is exceeded.


The deadline for applications is April 15, 2014. The application should include, name, e-mail and affiliation. Everybody is encouraged to bring a poster. Those who want to present posters should notify this in the application and also include a title and an abstract. In addition there will be a limited number of contributed oral presentations. Please ask the organizers if you are interested in giving a talk.



Integrable lattice models and quantum field theories can be studied deeper and more rigorously than generic many-body quantum system. Ideas from their study have been an important source of inspiration for the general theory and for certain branches of mathematics. Many direct and unexpected experimental realizations and applications have appeared over the years.


In this workshop we aim to bring together active and established researchers involved in the most recent developments with young scientist and PhD students at the beginning of their career. Subjects to be discussed will include
  • Relations between integrable theories in two dimensions with gauge theories in higher dimensions
  • Form factors in lattice models and quantum field theories
  • Correlation functions of integrable lattice models and quantum field theories
  • Defects and boundaries in integrable lattice models and quantum field theories
  • Lattice models at finite temperature
  • Out-of-equilibrium systems
  • Experimental applications


Invited speakers

  • Prof. Alexander Belavin, Landau Institute
  • Dr. Mikhail A. Bershtein, Landau Institute
  • Prof. Jean-Sebastien Caux, University of Amsterdam
  • Prof. Anastasia Doikou, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
  • Prof. Holger Frahm, Leibniz Universität, Hannover
  • Prof. Vladimir Korepin, YITP, State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • Prof. Karol K. Kozlowski, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon
  • Prof. Sergey Lukyanov, Rudgers University, USA
  • Prof. Jean-Michel Maillet, École normale superieure de Lyon
  • Dr. Chihiro Matsui, University of Tokyo
  • Prof. Barry McCoy, YITP, State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • Prof. Tetsuji Miwa, Kyoto University
  • Prof. Paul Pearce, Melbourne University
  • Prof. Yaroslav P. Pugai, Landau Institute
  • Prof. Nicolai Reshetikhin, University of California at Berkeley
  • Prof. Alexander Razumov, Institute for high energy physics, Protvino
  • Prof. Fedor Smirnov, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
  • Prof. Matthias Staudacher, Humboldt Universität, Berlin
  • Prof. Junji Suzuki, Shizuoka University
  • Prof. Robert Weston, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh



Herman E. Boos, Frank Göhmann, Michael Karbach, Andreas Klümper
Fachbereich C - Physik, Bergische Universität Wuppertal



Fachbereich C der Universität Wuppertal -