Misha Feigin

Senior Lecturer

School of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Glasgow
15, University Gardens
Glasgow G12 8QW

  • Room No:          331
  • Telephone No:  (+44) 0141 330 6293
  • FAX No:          (+44) 0141 330 4111
  • E-Mail Address: misha.feigin@glasgow.ac.uk

 

Research Interests

The area of my research is the theory of integrable systems in relations with algebra, geometry and mathematical physics.

More specifically, I am working on quantum integrable systems of Calogero-Moser type and their relativistic analogues known as Ruijsenaars-Macdonald operators, Baker-Akhiezer functions and Darboux transformations in many dimensions, Hadamard’s problem in the theory of Huygens’ Principle, Coxeter and other hyperplane arrangements, rings of quasi-invariants, representations of Cherednik algebras, Frobenius manifolds, WDVV equations.

List of Publications

Research Assistant

 

Dr Alexey Silantyev (during 2008-2011), on EPSRC grant “Calogero-Moser systems, Cherednik algebras and Frobenius structures

 

PhD Students

 

Dr David Johnston (during 2007-2011), PhD Thesis “ Quasi-invariants of hyperplane arrangements”

Mr Georgios Antoniou (2015-), cosupervisor: Prof. I. Strachan

Teaching

2F "Foundations of Pure Mathematics", Further Complex Analysis

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Events


LMS Classical and Quantum Integrability in Glasgow


Conference "Integrability in Algebra, Geometry and Physics: New Trends", 13-17 July 2015, Switzerland


LMS Invited Lectures in Glasgow