2021 contributions

I. Gutiérrez-Sagredo
Hamiltonian structure of compartmental epidemiologial models
Invited talk
XXII Winter Meeting on Geometry, Mechanics and Control
GMC Network. Online event, 19/02/2021

A. Ballesteros
Lie-Poisson (bi)Hamiltonian systems: integrable deformations and clustering 
Invited seminar
ICMAT seminar on Geometry, Mechanics and Control
ICMAT-CSIC, Madrid, Spain. Online event, 30/04/2021

F. Mercati
Kappa-Minkowski: physics with noncommutative time 
Invited talk
Quantizing time
Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada. Online event, 14/06/2021

F. Mercati
Poincare-invariant Braided Noncommutative Quantum Field Theory
Contributed talk
VIII Workshop New Challenges in Quantum Mechanics: Integrability, Supersymmetry and Quantum Technologies
Valladolid, Spain, 24/06/2021

I. Gutierrez-Sagredo
Generalized Hamiltonian formalism for epidemiological models I
Contributed talk
VIII Workshop New Challenges in Quantum Mechanics: Integrability, Supersymmetry and Quantum Technologies
Valladolid, Spain, 24/06/2021

A. Blasco
Generalized Hamiltonian formalism for epidemiological models II: examples, exact solutions and integrable deformations
Contributed talk
VIII Workshop New Challenges in Quantum Mechanics: Integrability, Supersymmetry and Quantum Technologies
Valladolid, Spain, 24/06/2021

A. Ballesteros
The kappa-(A)dS noncommutative spacetime and beyond
Invited talk
Symposium on quantum symmetries, noncommutative geometry and quantum gravity
Wroclaw, Poland and online event, 25/06/2021

A. Blasco
Generalized Hamiltonian formalism for epidemiological models II: examples, exact solutions and integrable deformations
Contributed talk
VIII Workshop New Challenges in Quantum Mechanics: Integrability, Supersymmetry and Quantum Technologies
Valladolid, Spain, 24/06/2021

I. Gutierrez-Sagredo, A. Ballesteros, A. Blasco
Hamiltonian structure of compartmental epidemiologial models
Poster
12th International Conference on Nonlinear Mathematics and Physics
Madrid, Spain, 30/06/2021

A. Blasco
Integrable deformations of a bi-hamiltonian Rikitake type system: a Poisson-Lie groups approach
Contributed talk
12th International Conference on Nonlinear Mathematics and Physics
Madrid, Spain, 30/06/2021