The Theory and Simulation Group is pleased to announce a focus workshop on “Emergence and non-equilibrium physics: algorithmic perspectives on complex matter”, to be held within the EPSRC NetworkPlus on “Emergence and Non-Equilibrium Physics (EMNEQ)”, to be held at the University of Kent.
Dates: 30 April – 1 May 2019.
Talks starting at 10:30am on day 1, finishing at 4:30pm on day 2 – see the detailed schedule here.
Registration closing on April 21 – please register now!
Registration Deadline for Accommodation: 21 April 2019
Registration fees for non-network participants: full registration (including conference dinner): £100; day registration only: £50; accommodation can be booked at £50 / night. Non-network members should first register and then proceed to pay corresponding fees.
Conference organiser: Dr Gunnar Möller
The workshop will shine light specifically on numerical approaches available to explore emergent orders and their theoretical foundations, with an added focus on the non-equilibrium responses and phase transitions. The workshop will bring together experts in both quantum systems and classical systems, to stimulate discussion and exchange of ideas across disciplines. A discussion session will focus on new opportunities to combine existing methods for better effect and scope out the most promising directions for future development.
- Dynamics of strongly correlated matter
- Innovations as the crossover of classical statistical physics and quantum mechanics
- Neural Networks for Condensed Matter Systems
- Interplay of Disorder and Dynamics
- New method development
George Booth, King’s College London
Stephen Clark, University of Bristol
Juan Garrahan, University of Nottingham
Andrew Green, University College London
Emanuel Gull, University of Michigan
Werner Krauth, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris
Zlatko Papic, University of Leeds
Frank Pollmann, Technical University Munich
Ulrich Schneider, University of Cambridge
David Schwab, CUNY Graduate Center
Luca Tagliacozzo, University of Strathclyde
Thorsten Wahl, University of Oxford
All participants are invited to present posters, and introduce their work in a lightning talk.
- Accommodation: Lodging will be arranged by the organisers, please communicate accurate travel dates in your application form;
- Travel: participants should arrange their trip, you can reach the campus via Canterbury West Station on the high speed train from London St Pancras, or see detailed directions.
School of Physical Sciences: Ingram Lecture Theatre, Ingram Building, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 8JE, as shown here.