Misha Feigin
Senior Lecturer




Research Interests
The area of my research is the theory of integrable systems in relations with algebra, geometry and mathematical physics.
More concretely, I am working on quantum integrable systems of CalogeroMoser type and their relativistic analogues known as RuijsenaarsMacdonald operators, BakerAkhiezer functions and Darboux transformations in many dimensions, Hadamard’s problem in the theory of Huygens’ Principle, Coxeter and other hyperplane arrangements, rings of quasiinvariants, representations of Cherednik algebras, Frobenius manifolds, WDVV equations, theory of random matrices.
Research Assistant
Dr Alexey Silantyev (during 20082011),
EPSRC grant “CalogeroMoser systems, Cherednik algebras and Frobenius structures”
Research Student
Dr David Johnston (during 20072011),
PhD Thesis “Quasiinvariants of hyperplane arrangements”
Teaching
2F "Foundations of Pure Mathematics", Further Complex Analysis
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