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EPSRC Symposium Workshop on Non-equilibrium dynamics of spatially extended interacting particle systems (NEQ)

11-13 January 2010


Workshop organisers:

Colm Connaughton, Stefan Grosskinsky, Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick University, Coventry, UK) and R. Rajesh (IMS, Chennai, India).

Introduction

Spatially extended interacting particle systems (IPS) play an increasingly important role in modelling a variety of natural and social phenomena characterised by the presence of a large number of correlated degrees of freedom. One of the fundamental challenges is to develop general methods of theoretical study of IPS and understand their applicability conditions. Topics covered by the workshop include classical kinetics of IPS, strong fluctuation effects and multiscaling, emergence of complex behaviour in IPS, non-equilibrium phase transtions and pattern formation, application of IPS to the study of biological complex systems.

Workshop Programme

 

-Workshop schedule, titles, abstracts and presentations 

 

-Brief programme (.pdf format)

-Workshop poster (.pdf format)


The list of speakers

  • Henrik Jensen (Imperial College, UK)
  • Martin Evans (Edinburgh, UK)
  • Eli Ben-Naim (Los-Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
  • Satya Majumdar (Orsay, France)
  • Deepak Dhar (Tata Institute, Mumbai, India)
  • Ronald Dickman (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil)
  • Ravindran Rajesh (IMS, Chennai, India)
  • Martin Howard (Norwich, UK)
  • Sergei Petrovskii (Leicester, UK)
  • Uwe Täuber (Virginia Tech, USA)
  • Malte Henkel (Nancy, France)
  • David Mukamel (Weizmann, Israel)
  • Alain Comtet (Paris-Sud, France)
  • Beate Schmittmann (Virginia Tech, USA)
  • Claude Godreche (CEA Saclay, France)
  • Nikolai Brilliantov (Leicester, UK)
  • Federico Vázquez (Palma de Mallorca)
  • Mauro Mobilia (Leeds)
  • Thierry Bodineau (ENS Paris)

 

Aerial photograph of Maths Houses

See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
Past Events 
Past Symposia 

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Hexagonal patterns in a Fitzhugh-Nagumo system (by Dr. H. U. Bödeker)



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Spiral pattern in a Fitzhugh-Nagumo system (by Dr. H. U. Bödeker)


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Target pattern in a Fitzhugh-Nagumo system (by Dr. H. U. Bödeker)

 


Organisers' corner