Matteo Stoppato


I graduated at the University of Padova (BSc 2014 and MSc 2016) where I studied Physics. During my degree I've developed an interest in Mathematical Physics and Dynamical Systems, and in my master disseration I studied a quantisation of the Fermi Pasta Ulam system using the quantum analogue of hamiltonian perturbation theory.

In October 2017 I started my PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Leeds, within the Integrable systems group.

Here you can find the link to my papers on ArXiv, and here you can find my CV. 

You can also visit my personal web page.

Research interests

The general topic of my research project is the use of multisymplectic geometry and covariant field theory in the context of Integrable PDEs. This has resulted in a paper where the first examples of classical r-matrices in covariant Poisson brackets were shown. Recently I also developed an interest in the theory of Lagrangian multiforms, and proposed a Hamiltonian version of this formalism using tools from Covariant Field Theory, which was published in a preprint.


  • MSc, Physics, Universita' degli studi di Padova (2016)
  • BSc, Physics, Universita' degli studi di Padova (2014)