Organiser: Colm Connaughton (Warwick Mathematics Institute and Centre for Complexity Science)
Sponsored by: Warwick Institute for Advanced Study, London Mathematical Society (CoSyDy Network)
Dates: 02-03 May 2013
Location: D1.07 Zeeman building, University of Warwick
Interacting particle systems are a powerful mathematical tool for stochastic modeling of systems whose microscopic dynamics can be represented by the local interactions of a collection of discrete entities or agents with discrete internal states. From the dynamics of molecular walkers to the growth of atomic clusters on substrates to the spread of ideas or contagion on social networks, such models are becoming increasingly important throughout the quantitative sciences. This two-day inter-disciplinary workshop will bring together researchers from the physical, biological and social sciences along with experts on the mathematical theory of interacting particle systems. The aim is to explore common aspects of these models and their analysis which spans the boundaries between different areas of research.
- Paul Krapivsky (Dept. of Physics, Boston University)
- Rosemary Harris (School of Mathematical Sciences, QMUL)
- Istvan Kiss (University of Sussex)
- Rob Cross (Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology, University of Warwick)
- Anne Straube (Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology, University of Warwick)
- Gunnar Pruessner (Dept. of Mathematics, Imperial College London)
- Tibor Antal (School of Mathematics, Edinburgh University)
- Matt Keeling (Warwick Mathematics Institute and School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick)
- Mauro Mobilia (School of Mathematics, University of Leeds)
- Nikolai Brilliantov (Department of Mathematics, University of Leicester)
- Thomas House (Warwick Mathematics Institute and Centre for Complexity Science, University of Warwick)
- Colm Connaughton (Warwick Mathematics Institute and Centre for Complexity Science, University of Warwick)
- Adnan Ali (Warwick Institute for Advanced Study and Warwick Centre for Complexity Science)
- Paul Chleboun (Warwick Institute for Advanced Study and Warwick Centre for Complexity Science)
- Michael Wilkinson (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, The Open University)
- Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick Mathematics Institute)
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Limited funds are available to assist with travel and accommodation expenses which we will be prioritizing towards younger participants. You can also request such assistance during the registration process.
Due to limited room capacity, this workshop will be limited to 60 participants.