23-24 May 2019
Organisers: Thierry Gobron (Cergy), Daniel Ueltschi and Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick)
Location: University of Warwick (Room MS.03 in Zeeman building)
The aims of this meeting is to exchange ideas in the broad area of mathematical-physics, and for people in Cergy and Warwick to know better each other’s expertise and interests.
A detailed programme will be posted later.
Speakers (more to be added)
Stefan Adams (Warwick) • Large deviations and concentration of scaling limits for weakly pinned Laplacian random walks
Jean Avan (Cergy) • Elliptic deformation of W_N-algebras
Paul Chleboun (Warwick) • Slow mixing and cut-off for spin-plaquette models
Thierry Gobron (Cergy) • Mean field games and nonlinear Schrödinger equation
Stefan Grosskinsky (Warwick) • Propagation of chaos in stochastic particle models of aggregation
Thierry Huillet (Cergy) • Scaling features of two remarkable Markov chains involving total disasters
Roman Kotecký (Warwick) • TBA
Flora Koukiou (Cergy) • An introduction to the theory of Multiplicative Chaos and its Applications
Robert MacKay (Warwick) • Persistence of spectral projections for large tensor products
Rudo Römer (Warwick) • TBA
Vedran Sohinger (Warwick) • A microscopic derivation of Gibbs measures for nonlinear Schrödinger equations with unbounded interaction potentials
Roger Tribe (Warwick) • On Parisi-Sourlas dimensional reduction for elliptic SPDE's
Daniel Ueltschi (Warwick) • Dimerisation in quantum spin chains
Oleg Zaboronski (Warwick) • Gap probabilities for reaction-diffusion systems and random matrices
Nikos Zygouras (Warwick) • On the 2d KPZ and other marginally relevant disordered systems
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University of Warwick
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