Ergodicity: Six Different Viewpoints
This online meeting is co-organised by MiR@W and Rebuilding Macroeconomics
18th May 2020
Organisers: Jean-Philippe Bouchaud (Paris), Roger Farmer (Economics), Robert MacKay, Ian Melbourne
The word "ergodicity" is used with apparently different meanings in different disciplines. The purpose of this meeting is to explore the connections between the ways people from various disciplines address the topic.
The workshop will be broadcast online and will run for two 90 minute sessions on Monday 18th May with six talks. The first session will be from 16:00 to 17:30 UK time. There will be a half hour break and a second session running from 18:00 to 19:30. Each session features three 20 minute talks followed by ten minutes of discussion.
The program is available here.
Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, Physics, Paris
Juan Garrahan, Physics, Nottingham
Rosemary Harris, Mathematics, Queen Mary
Oliver Hulme, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance and London Mathematical Laboratory
Anastasia Papavasiliou, Statistics, Warwick
Mark Pollicott, Mathematics, Warwick
To participate, please send an email to Richard Arnold saying you would like to register for the Ergodicity day on 18th May. In due course, he will send you a link for the event.
Where possible, visitors should obtain an EDUROAM account from their own university to enable internet access whilst at Warwick.
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