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International Congress of Mathematical Physics (ICMP)

ICMP 2024 will take place in Strasbourg, France, from July 1st to July 6th 2024, at the Palais des Congrès. The following sections will be progressively filled as the information become available.

Plenary Speakers

Thematic Session Speakers

Quick links: 1. Dynamical Systems | 2. Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics | 3. General Relativity | 4. Integrable Systems | 5. Many-body Quantum Systems & Condensed Matter Physics | 6. Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics | 7. Partial Differential Equations | 8. Probability & Random Structures | 9. Quantum Field Theory | 10. Quantum Information | 11. Quantum Mechanics & Spectral Theory | 12. String Theory & Quantum Gravity
  1. Dynamical Systems
  2. Session organizers
    Mark Demers (Fairfield University)
    Anton Gorodetski (UC Irvine)

  3. Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
  4. Session organizers
    Margherita Disertori (Universität Bonn)
    Ron Peled (Tel Aviv University)

  5. General Relativity
  6. Session organizers
    Peter Hintz (ETH Zürich)
    Jonathan Luk (Stanford University)

  7. Integrable Systems
  8. Session organizers
    Jan de Gier (University of Melbourne)
    Tamara Grava (University of Bristol & SISSA, Trieste)

  9. Many-body Quantum Systems & Condensed Matter Physics
  10. Session organizers
    Sven Bachman (UBC, Vancouver)
    Chiara Saffirio (Universität Basel)

  11. Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics
  12. Session organizers
    Benjamin Doyon (King’s College London)
    Makiko Sasada (University of Tokyo)

  13. Partial Differential Equations
  14. Session organizers
    David Gerard-Varet (Université Paris Cité)
    Alexandru Ionescu (Princeton University)

  15. Probability & Random Structures
  16. Sesson organizers:
    Shirshendu Ganguly (UC Berkeley)
    Nina Holden (New York University)

  17. Quantum Field Theory
  18. Session organizers:
    Stefan Hollands (Universität Leipzig)
    Balt Van Rees (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau)

  19. Quantum Information
  20. Session organizers
    Benoit Collins (Kyoto University)
    Omar Fawzi (ENS de Lyon)

  21. Quantum Mechanics & Spectral Theory
  22. Session organizers
    Wencai Liu (Texas A&M University)
    Milivoje Lukic (Rice University)

  23. String Theory & Quantum Gravity
  24. Session organizers
    Piotr Sułkowski (University of Warsaw)
    Boris Pioline (Sorbonne Université, Paris)

Prizes and Awards

Numerous prizes will be awarded during the conference.

Official Prizes from International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP):

Other prizes from associations and journals:

Public Lecture

See the detailed webpage here.

Human Rights Session

Chaired by Kasia Rejzner and presentation by Ian Jauslin.

The world is becoming increasingly more dangerous for academics. The past decade has seen a significant increase in human rights violations of scientists and academics worldwide, both in so-called developed and developing countries. In some cases, scholars are targeted specifically, due to their scholarship or merely their expertise. In others, scientists are caught up in events that affect entire societies. In this session, we will discuss specific cases of violations of human rights of academics, with a slight focus on scientists, which illustrate both types of situations. We will then discuss possible actions that can be taken to help such individuals. Specifically, we will discuss programs of the Scholar Rescue Fund and the Scholars at Risk Network, which assist in extracting scholars from dangerous situations.

Portraits of Women Mathematical Physicists: a night of discussions and networking

The event is co-organized by AWMP (Association of Women in Mathematical Physics) and the ICMP organizing committee, and is sponsored by Jane Street.

As the title suggests, the event aims to create a space for discussion and networking among women in mathematical physics, but it is open to anyone interested in attending and discussing inclusivity in academia more broadly!

The event will consist of three different parts:

  1. A panel discussion with senior female scientists:
  2. The presentation of the photo exhibit "Women in Mathematics from around the world. A galley of portraits" by Sylvie Paycha (https://womeninmath.net/)
  3. A catered networking hour

The registration is free, but the event is limited in capacity for budget reasons: up to 200 people can attend. Therefore the registration is moderated, on a gender-balanced basis. If you are interested in attending, please register by filling out the form here

The deadline for the registration is June 24.

As mentioned, there will be a buffet during the last part of the event: we will provide food with different dietary restrictions in mind: gluten/ lactose-free, vegetarian, vegan, or no restrictions. Please indicate on the registration form if you have any other dietary restrictions/allergies, we will do our best to accommodate you.