# Paul ZINN-JUSTIN

**Please note that I have moved to the University of Melbourne**. The information below may be outdated.

Directeur de recherche (CNRS) at
LPTHE,
(Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Jussieu).
**Address**: LPTHE, tour 13/14,
Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, F-75252 Paris cedex,
France.
**Telephone**: +33 1 44 27 41 27
**e-mail**:

Me and my work:
**Full publication list**
**Slides of some of my talks**
My research interests:
quantum integrable/exactly solvable models; combinatorial algebraic geometry;
random matrix theory.
Recent preprints/publications:

Some projects that I am associated with:
Check out this software! **Macaulay2**
or that I used to be associated with:
The conference **Integrability, Combinatorics and Representations**
**The ERC grant 278124 Loop models, Integrability and Combinatorics**
**The ANR Program GranMa** (ANR-08-BLAN-0311-01)

Past
school
and
conference.
**The ESF program MISGAM**
**The European Network ENRAGE** (MRTN-CT-2004-5616)
**The ANR Program GIMP** (ANR-05-BLAN-0029-01)
**The French-Russian Mathematics Poncelet Laboratory in Moscow**
**The European Network ENIGMA** (MRTN-CT-2004-5652)

Some documents / fun stuff that are available on this web page:
(alpha) **a K(3-step) puzzle generator**.
(IN PROGRESS) A summary of my 2015 lectures at HSE (Moscow) ``Geometry, Quantum integrability and Symmetric Functions''.
**A puzzle/mosaic/Littlewood-Richardson tableau 4D viewer** (requires a webgl-enabled browser)
**Tables of virtual alternating links**
**Average number of loops of random planar maps** (raw data)
**Table of the number of 2-tangle diagrams up to 27 crossings** (raw data)
**My quasi-periodic tilings generator**
An artistic view of **Plane Partitions** (requires a webgl-enabled browser)
An abelian sandpile simulator

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