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Takashi Takebe

  • Takashi Takebe has been at HSE University since 2009.

Education and Degrees

  • 1995

    PhD in Mathematical Physics
    University of Tokyo
    Thesis Title: Bethe Ansatz for higher spin eight vertex models

  • 1991

    Doctoral programme
    University of Tokyo

  • 1989

    University of Tokyo

  • 1987

    University of Tokyo

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  • 2016
    Infinite Analysis 16: New Developments in Integrable Systems (Осака). Presentation: Q-operators for higher spin eight vertex models
  • 2015
    Topics on tropical geometry, integrable systems and positivity (Токио). Presentation: Q-operators for higher spin eight vertex models


Research interests

Integrable systems; classical integrable systems like the KP hierarchy, the Toda lattice hierarchy and their dispersionless limits; quantum integrable systems like solvable lattice models (in particular, those relate to elliptic R matrices), conformal field theories

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'I Have Been Happy from the First Moment'

Takashi Takebe is a Research Fellow at the International Laboratory of Representation Theory and Mathematical Physics and Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics. He has been at HSE since 2009. He is a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Tokyo. He spoke to HSE News in English service about the unpredictability of life for international academics in Moscow, about teaching mathematics to Russians, the problems of language and cycling tours.