The GATIS kick-off meeting is organized by the ITN network on "Gauge Theory as an Integrable System''. Its main
purpose is to bring together leading experts from related European research groups and to discuss recent advances in
the science as well as concrete ideas for future collaboration.
The first 3 days, Feb 25-27, with 6-7 talks per day are entirely devoted to scientific aspects and are open to all interested scientists, from students to experienced scholars.
Gleb Arutyunov (Utrecht), Janos Balog (Budapest), Miguel Costa (Porto), Patrick Dorey (Durham), Davide Fioravanti (INFN Bologna), Nikolay Gromov (King's College London), Romuald Janik (Cracow), Vladimir Kazakov (ENS-Paris), Gregory Korchemsky (Saclay), Charlotte Floe Kristjansen (Niels Bohr Inst.), Jean-Michel Maillet (ENS-Lyon), Joseph Minahan (Uppsala), Didina Serban (Saclay), Samson Shatashvili (Dublin), Matthias Staudacher (Humboldt Univ.), Gabriele Travaglini (Queen Mary), Arkady Tseytlin (Imperial College) and Konstantin Zarembo (Nordita).
On Thursday, Feb 28, the coordinators of the network will meet with all partners to discuss issues related to the network's
R. Boels, V. Schomerus, J. Teschner