Thematic trimester program at Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris
Systems out of equilibrium : Interplay between statistical, quantum and disordered dynamics.
14 Septembre, 2020 - 18 Décembre, 2020
The aim of this program is to contribute to the development of a theory of non-equilibrium phenomena. It will address the interplay between the classical and quantum dynamics of many body physical systems evolving out of equilibrium. Traditionally, research in classical and quantum systems has remained separated, the two communities having slightly different goals and using distinct methodologies. Recent outstanding theoretical and experimental developments in both areas show that it is timely to bridge the gap and assemble these two groups of researchers.
When visiting the IHP during this programme, please follow the IHP sanitary rules.
The activity programme:
Long courses :
-- Fabian Essler: "Thermalization in Integrable Models". Wed. 30/09, Wed. 07/10, Wed. 14/10. Wed. 21/10 at 10:00-11:30. Amphi Darboux
-- Giulio Biroli: "Glassy behavior out of equilibrium".
-- Denis Bernard: "Markovian dynamics in open quantum systems".
-- Herbert Spohn: "TBA".
-- Mark Srednicki: "Eigenstate thermalization hypothesis".
Here is the list of the seminars given by the programme participants. The seminars are going to take place in the Amphi Darboux in the first floor at the IHP. Unless exception, they will be planned on Monday, Wednesday or Friday mornings. The list will be up-dated each week (stay tuned....):
-- Peter Sollich:
-- Alvise Bastianello: "Adiabatic bound-state formation in the 1d Bose gas". Monday 28/09, at 10:00, Amphi Darboux.
-- The next seminar....
List of participants (with presence dates) :
Here is the list of participants with their presence dates.
Due to the present sanitary situation, this list may evolve in time. If you want to contact a participant, please check with her/him if she/he is actually present.
Comité d’organisation scientifique :
- Denis Bernard, CNRS & ENS Paris (France)
- Leticia F. Cugliandolo, Sorbonne Université (France)
- Giuseppe Mussardo, SISSA (Italy)