Introduction to Integrable Systems
(Classical Mechanics, Riemann Surfaces,
and Spectral Theory)
WS 2020 •
Prof Dr Christoph Bohle
Assistent: Jonas Ziefle
The lecture gives an introduction to integrable systems
focusing on the most famous integrable partial differential equation - the Korteweg de Vries equation - and its most important classes of explicit solutions - solitons and finite gap solutions.
Along the way we introduce topics like Riemann surfaces and classical mechanics as well as relations between them and spectral theory.
(Prerequisites: basic knowledge about ordinary differential equations and analysis in one complex variable.)
The lectures will be held online, the exercise sessions in a hybrid format (partially online and - if possible - partially at the institute). Schedule for synchronous part:
Everything will be recorded.
Further information as well as the course material and links to the lectures can be found in
|Lecture ||  ||Tue.+Thu. 12.30-13.30 ||  || online |
|Excercise ||  ||
Wed. 17.00-18.00 ||  || N14+online. |
(If you are interested please contact
who will send you the moodle password.)