Dynamics, random media and universality of complex physical systems

August 26th - August 30th, 2019

Münster, Germany

Synopsis

The conference aims to establish strong interactions between probability theory, analysis and statistical mechanics to investigate physical systems with random input and high degree of comlexity. It will bring together leading experts of a wide spectrum of all three topics as well as young researchers and foster an intense exchange of ideas.

Organization details

For general inquiries please contact Chiranjib Mukherjee . If you are interested in participating, please register below, or send an email to chiranjib.mukherjee@uni-muenster.de .

Confirmed Speakers

Schedule

The scientific programme will start on August 26th and end on August 30th. Abstracts can be found in the conference booklet.

Monday

8:30-9:00 Registration
 
9:00-9:50 Sourav Chatterjee
Average Gromov hyperbolicity and the Parisi ansatz
9:50-10:40 Nicola Kistler
From Parisi to Boltzmann
 
10:40-11:10 Coffee
 
11:10-12:00 Yvan Velenik
Interfaces in planar Ising and Potts models: a review
 
12:00-14:00 Lunch
 
14:00-14:50 Silke Rolles
Recent results on vertex-reinforced jump processes
14:50-15:40 René Schilling
Domains of (state-dependent) fractional Laplacians and function spaces
15:40-16:10 Coffee
 
16:10-17:00 Nina Gantert
Mixing times for exclusion processes with open boundary.
17:00- 17:50 Frank Aurzada
Persistence probabilities of autoregressive processes
18:30- open end open end, wine and cheese reception

Tuesday

9:00-9:50 Wolfgang K├Ânig
Eigenvalue order statistics and mass concentration in the parabolic Anderson model
9:50-10:40 Ralph Neininger
Process valued complexity measures of algorithms
 
10:40-11:10 Coffee
 
11:10-12:00 Michael Kupper
Scaling Limits under Wasserstein Uncertainty
 
12:00-14:00 Lunch
 
14:00-14:50 Jean-Dominique Deuschel
Isomorphism theorems for Ginzburg-Landau fields
14:50-15:40 Volker Betz
The phase transition for random loop models on trees
 
15:40-16:10 Coffee
 
16:10-17:00 Robert Seiringer
The polaron at strong coupling
17:00- 17:50 Pablo Ferrari
Gaussian random permutation and the boson point process

Wednesday

8:45-9:35 Benjamin Gess
Stochastic PDE with nonlinear, conservative noise - Applications and the existence of stochastic flows
9:35- 10:25 Frank Comets
Space-time fluctuation of the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation in $d\geq 3$
10:25-11:15 Claudio Landim
A one-dimensional non-local singular SPDE
 

11:15-11:40 Coffee
 
11:40-12:30 S.R.S. Varadhan
The Polaron measure: its existence and properties.


12:30-14:00 Lunch


18:30 Conference dinner, Mövenpick Hotel

Thursday

9:00-9:50 Marton Balazs
Measures, hills, and hydrodynamics
9:50-10:40 Leonid Mytnik
On the speed of a front for stochastic reaction-diffusion equations


10:40-11:10 Coffee


11:10-12:00 Erwin Bolthausen
A new approach for the replica symmetric formula of the perceptron


12:00-14:00 Lunch


14:00-14:50 Alejandro Ramirez
Exponential decay for the exit probability from slabs of random walk in random environment
14:50-15:40 Amine Asselah
Moderate Deviation for the volume of the range of a transient random walk


15:40-16:10 Coffee


16:10-17:00 Stephan Luckhaus
The general homogenization limit, two scale convergence, and interpolation lemmata
17:00- 17:50 Franz Merkl
Dislocation lines in three-dimensional solids at low temperature

Friday

8:45-9:35 Nathanaël Berestycki
A characterisation of the Gaussian free field
9:35- 10:25 Sunder Sethuraman
On microscopic derivation of a mean-curvature flow.
10:25-11:15 Giambattista Giacomin
On disorder relevance for pinning models
 

11:15-11:40 Coffee
 

11:40-12:30 Stefano Olla
Kinetic and hydrodynamic limits for a chain of harmonic oscillators with a point Langevin heat bath

Venue

The workshop takes place in a seminar center next to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in Münster which is located at (Google Maps):

Einsteinstrasse 62
48149 Münster
Germany

The address of the seminar center itself is Orleansring 12, but the building is not yet visible on many maps since it is new. The conference takes place in room SRZ 217 on the second floor.

Travel

The University of Münster is located in Münster, Germany. (An alternative spelling of Münster is Muenster - note that this is different from Munster, Germany!)

The airport Münster-Osnabrück (FMO) is located 30 km from Münster. Shuttle service by bus to Münster central station is available (45 min). The international airport Düsseldorf (DUS) offers a variety of international flights. The train ride to Münster central station takes 90 minutes. Details about connecting trains are available at bahn.de.

Münster is well connected by train. For details see bahn.de.

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Organizing Committee
  • Gerold Alsmeyer
  • Steffen Dereich
  • Zakhar Kabluchko
  • Matthias Löwe
  • Chiranjib Mukherjee