In search of model structures for non-equilibrium systems
The workshop focuses on the availability, derivation and discovery of variational principles for non-equilibrium systems, in particular, those which connect model structures on different lengths and time scales via microscopic derivations, such as hydrodynamic limits. We bring together physicists and mathematicians to discuss recent progress for specific systems as well as regarding general principles. The event shall foster interactions that can potentially result in major advances.
André Schlichting (WWU Münster)
Uwe Thiele (WWU Münster)
Oliver Tse (TU Eindhoven)
Johannes Zimmer (TU München)
The workshop is cooperatively organised by Mathematics Münster and the interdisciplinary Center for Nonlinear Science (CeNoS).
The workshop starts on Monday 24 April after lunch and ends on Friday 28 April at lunchtime.
The exact schedule will be announced in due course.
We reached the maximal number of participants in terms of space at the conference venue and had to close the registration.
You can sign-up for a waiting-list with no guarentees for participation by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support and child care
Child care is available free of charge for all participants of the workshop.
Venue, Accomondation and Travel Information
The conference talks take place at MM Conference Center located at the 2nd floor of the Seminarraumzentrum.
A certain contingent has been reserved for workshop participants, which can be booked via the link to the portal of Münster Marketing.
Directions can be found on openstreetmap or on the Campus map of the University of Münster.
Download: Information for conference guests / Informationsblatt für Tagungsteilnehmer*innen [de|en]
General travel recommendations: Please note that there is the possibility to rent bicycles at the main station - Link Radstation
You are welcome to download the poster and display it at your institution.
The conference is supported by the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster and the Center for Nonlinear Science (CeNoS).