MONDAY  TUESDAY  WEDNESDAY  THURSDAY  FRIDAY 
9:3011:10 (Year 1) Geometric representation theory / M.Finkelberg A.Braverman A.Litvinov (assistant) starts on 2 Oct _________________ Skoltech 
10:3011:50 (Year 1) 12:0013:20 Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory / A.Skripchenko, A.Zorich starts on 5 Sep _________________ HSE 

11:3013:30 (Years 1+2) Modern problems of mathematical and theoretical physics / Research seminar / P.Gavrilenko starts on 4 Sep _________________ Skoltech 
12:0013:20 (Year 1) Hamiltonian mechanics / Lecture / A.Marshakov starts on 6 Sep 14:0015:20 Hamiltonian mechanics / Seminar / V.Poberezhny _________________ HSE 
12:0013:30 (Year 1) String theory and conformal theory / M.Bershtein starts on 14 Sep _________________ Skoltech 

14:3016:30 _________________ Center for Advanced Studies Seminar _________________ Skoltech 
14:3016:00 (Year 2) Integrable systems 2 / A.Zabrodin starts on 19 Sep _________________ Skoltech 
14:0015:40 (Years 1+2) Strings and cluster varieties / Research seminar / A.Marshakov starts on 7 Sep _________________ Skoltech 
15:00 or 17:00 (Year 2) Statistical physics / S.Shlosman starts on 29 Sep _________________ HSE 

14:0015:20 (Year 1) Applied methods of analysis / Lecture / V.Losyakov starts on 7 Sep 15:301650 Applied methods of analysis / Seminar / V.Poberezhny _________________ HSE 

16:3017:10 (Year 1) Differential and symplectic geometry / M.Kazaryan starts on 19 Sep _________________ Skoltech 
18:0021:00 (Years 1+2) Joint seminar of Independent University of Moscow and Skoltech Center for Advanced Studies / “Padic Hodge theory and Topological Hochschild Homology” / Research seminar seminar info / A.Prikhodko starts on 13 Sep _________________ Skoltech / IUM 
17:0018:20 (Year 1) Lie groups and Lie algebras and their representation / Lecture / G.Olshanski starts on 21 Sep 18:3019:50 / Lie groups and Lie algebras and their representation / Seminar / L.Rybnikov _________________ HSE 

17:30 _________________ Joint seminar on Mathematical Physics of National Research University HSE and Skoltech Center for Advanced Studies _________________ HSE 
Hamiltonian Mechanics / MA06271 / Term 1, 20172018Instructor: Andrei Marshakov This is the first among the base courses in the theoretical physics, aimed for the master students. Matematical methods of modern theory of Hamiltonian systems are based on the concepts, arosen in different fields of mathematics: Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory / MA06257 / Term 1 1718Instructors: Aleksandra Skripchenko, Anton Zorich Dynamical systems in our course will be presented mainly not as an independent branch of mathematics but as a very powerful tool that can be applied in geometry, topology, probability, analysis, number theory and physics. We consciously decided to sacrifice some classical chapters of ergodic theory and to introduce the most important dynamical notions and ideas in the geometric and topological context already intuitively familiar to our audience. As a compensation, we will show applications of dynamics to important problems in other mathematical disciplines. Geometric Representation Theory / MA06256 / Term 1, 1718Instructors: Mikhail Finkelberg, Alexander Braverman, assistant: Alexei Litvinov Geometric representation theory applies algebraic geometry to the problems of representation theory. Some of the most famous problems of representation theory were solved on this way during the last 40 years. Integrable Systems, 2 / ME06010 / Term 5, 1718Instructor: Anton Zabrodin The course is devoted to quantum integrable systems. The history of quantum integrable systems starts from 1931 when H.Bethe managed to construct exact eigenfunctions of the Hamiltonian of the Heisenberg spin chain with the help of a special substitution which became famous since that time (ansatz Bethe). In one or another form this method turns out to be applicable to many spin and fieldtheoretical integrable models. From the mathematical point of view, Bethe’s method is connected to representation theory of quantum algebras (qdeformations of universal enveloping algebras and Yangians). Statistical Physics / MA06180 / Term 1, 1718Instructor: Semen Shlosman This is a course on rigorous results in statistical physics and random fields. Most of it will be dedicated to the theory of phase transitions, uniqueness or nonuniqueness of the lattice Gibbs fields. 