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Benoit Vicedo



I did my undergraduate studies at the University of Cambridge where I also obtained my PhD in 2008. I held three postdoctoral positions at the ENS in Paris, at DESY in Hamburg and at the University of York. I then moved to be a Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire from 2012 before becoming a Reader at the University of York in 2018



My research interests lie in the theory of classical and quantum integrable systems, both finite and infinite dimensional. I am particularly interested in the problem of quantisation of classical integrable field theories in 1+1 dimensions. I am also interested in dualities between integrable systems, such as the AdS/CFT correspondence or the ODE/IM correspondence.

Research group(s)

Mathematical Physics and Quantum Information


Current Research Students



  • Electromagnetism and Relativity
  • Functions of a Complex Variable
  • Linear Algebra for Natural Sciences
  • Advanced Quantum Field Theory


  • Advanced Quantum Field Theory

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Dr Benoit Vicedo