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Programme

Tuesday 3rd May

1000-1050 Gero Friesecke TU Munich
Discrete differential geometry and 2D crystallization energy decomposition via Gauss-Bonnet

1050-1120 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1120-1210 Lucia De Luca TU Munich
Discrete differential geometry and 2D crystallization simplified version of the Heitmann-Radin argument

1220-1310 Michael Baake Bielefeld
What should we consider as a crystal?

1310-1430 Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common room

1430-1520 Thomas Richthammer Hildesheim
Rigidity of 2D crystals the hard disk model

1530-1600 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1600-1650 Florian Theil Warwick
Orientational order in two dimensions

1700-1750 Franz Merkl LMU Munich
Spontaneous breaking of rotational symmetry

1820 Dinner in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

Wednesday 4th May

0900-0950 David Dereudre Lille
Infinite volume continuum random cluster model

1000-1050 Tyler Helmuth Berkeley
Dimensional reduction for generalized continuum polymers

1100-1130 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1130-1220 Elena Pulvirenti Leiden
Metastability for the Widom-Rowlinson model

1230-1430 Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1430-1520 Matthew Penrose Bath
Random parking and rubber elasticity

1530-1600 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1600-1650 Günter Last Karlsruhe
Volume maximizing hard-core thinnings

1715 Short walk or bus to Kenilworth (6km) for dinner, and return to campus by bus

1900 Dinner at the Queen & Castle, Kenilworth

Thursday 5th May

0900-0950 Matthieu Lewin Paris
Jellium, the uniform electron gas and crystallization

1000-1050 Sebastian Kapfer Erlangen
Melting of soft particles in two dimensions and the hexatic phase via Monte Carlo

1100-1130 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1130-1220 Laurent Bétermin Heidelberg
Theta functions and minimization of interaction energies

1230-1430 Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1430-1520 Wilfrid Kendall Warwick
Ising models and multiresolution quad-trees

1530-1600 Tea in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1600-1650 Xavier Blanc Paris
A review on some mathematical results about crystallization

1700-1750 Bernd Schmidt Augsburg
Existence and convergence of solutions of the boundary value problem in atomistic and continuum nonlinear elasticity theory

1830 Dinner in the Mathematics Institute Common Room followed by a discussion round ‘Crystallisation - new challenges for mathematicians?'

Friday 6th May

0900-0950 Dimitris Tsagkarogiannis Sussex
Thermodynamics for spatially inhomogeneous magnetization and Young-Gibbs measures

1000-1050 Diana Conache TU Munich
Lattice approximations of Gibbs point processes

1100-1130 Coffee in the Mathematics Institute Common Room

1130-1220 Siamak Taati Leiden
Quasicrystal phases at positive temperature

1230-1320 David Brydges UBC Vancouver
The lace expansion for ϕ4

1330-1530 Closing Lunch in the Mathematics Institute Common Room