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__Robert Weston's Research Interests__

My research expertise is
in the field of quantum integrable systems.

This is a broad field which overlaps with and impacts

on areas as diverse as quantum
groups, quantum field theory, string

theory, solvable lattice models
and condensed matter physics. Over

the last 15 years it has produced
a wealth of new results in all of these

areas, and serves as a model for
the benefits of cross-fertilisation

between theoretical physics and
pure mathematics. My recent work

focuses on solvable lattice models
and in particular their analysis in

terms of infinite-dimensional symmetry
algebras.

I am a member of the
Edinburgh Mathematical Physics Group.

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__Some Recent Talks__

Spin Chains with Lattice Supersymmetry

Conserved Currents and Discrete Holomorphicity in Solvable Vertex and Face Models

Nonlocal Currents, Quantum Groups and Discrete Holomorphicity

The Corner Transfer Matrix/Vertex Operator Approach to Entanglement and Fidelity

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