Professor OMAR FODA

Position:
Professor
Room:
193
Ext. Number:
49690
Interests:
  • Integrable systems
  • Algebraic Combinatorics
  • Statistical Mechanics
  • Mathematical physics
  • Quantum field theory
  • Mathematics of string theory
Recent Publications:
  • AGT, N-Burge partitions and W-N minimal models (2015) more
  • From topological strings to minimal models (2015) more
  • AGT, Burge pairs and minimal models (2014) more
  • Slavnov determinants, Yang-Mills structure constants, and discrete KP (2013) more
  • Colour-independent partition functions in coloured vertex models (2013) more

Selected Publications


Extra Information:
For details of my research interests, please refer to
my web page
Past Postgraduate Supervision:
Alexander CARADOC "On vertex models with domain wall boundary conditions"
Stephen MCATEER "A diagrammatic approach to factorizing F- matrices in XXZ and XXX spin chains."
Michael WHEELER "Free fermions in classical and quantum integrable models."
Matthew ZUPARIC "Integrable systems and gauge theories"
Current MSc Students:
Past MSc Students:
Michael WHEELER "An Introduction To Riemann-Hilbert Problems And Their Applications"
Fiona DRUITT "Hirota’s Direct Method and Sato’s Formalism in Soliton Theory"
James PLUNKETT "An introduction to the algebraic Bethe ansatz"
Matthew ZUPARIC "The finite gap solution for the N particle periodic Toda lattice"
Amy SULLIVAN "Inverse scattering solution of KdV equation"
Michael COUCH "Noether's Theorem and Beyond: Symmetries in Mechanical Systems"
Laura HATTAM "Finding Solutions to KP"
Gus SCHRADER
Zeying CHEN
Recent Grant History:
Year(s) Source Type Title
2014 - 2016 ARC Discovery Integrable Systems in Gauge and String Theories (080082)
2010 - 2012 ARC Discovery Green functions, correlation functions and differential equations
2002 - 2004 ARC Discovery Algebraic structures in Mathematical Physics
2000 - 2002 ARC ARC Large Grant Recursive combinatorial transforms in solvable lattice models
Responsibilities:
Academic Board member
BSc Mathematical Physics Major Coordinator
Committees:
Math. Sciences Library Users Committee
Recruitment and Publicity Committee
Strategic Planning Committee