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Vidi grant awarded to dr. Nikolay Martynchuk

29 June 2023
dr. Nikolay Martynchuk
dr. Nikolay Martynchuk

We congratulate dr. Nikolay Martynchuk with receiving this grant!

Title: Finding monodromy in perturbations of classical and quantum integrable systems.

Various systems in physics, chemistry, and mechanics are perturbations of integrable models.

Geometrically this means that the system exhibits approximately regular dynamics, while its quantum properties can locally be modelled on a lattice.This research focuses on the following question: which part of the geometry of an integrable model is stable under small perturbations and can therefore be found also in the original system? This question will primarily be investigated in the context of the so-called “quantum monodromy” phenomenon and its generalisations, which are very frequently observed in concrete examples of integrable models.

Nikolay Martynchuk is one of the 6 UG&UMCG researchers awarded a VIDI, read the whole article here

Last modified:29 June 2023 1.59 p.m.

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