Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
This workshop series provides a “forum” where scientists in the Nordic countries working in the area of Statistical Physics can meet regularly.
It has been initiated at Nordita in 2010, such that in 2019 we proudly celebrate the 10th edition in the workshop series.
The meeting brings together experts interested in the broad spectrum of timely problems in (classical) Statistical Physics, ranging from fundamental aspects in the theory of non-equilibrium processes to modern applications in biophysics.
Topics covered include diffusion problems, physics of DNA and bio-molecules, population dynamics, pattern formation, non-equilibrium transport, active matter, single-molecule kinetics, dynamics and structure of networks, statistical inference, Monte-Carlo simulation techniques, self-assembly, soft condensed matter (colloids, liquid crystals etc.), work relations and ﬂuctuation theorems, and many more.
The workshop will start on Wednesday morning at around 9.00 with registration and coffee/cake. It will end on Friday (early) afternoon. It is planned to have a conference dinner on Thursday evening.
[Timetable - available from start of the workshop]
Invited Participants (* to be confirmed)
- Tapio Ala-Nissilä (Aalto University)
- Mikko Alava (Aalto University)*
- Marcelo Dias (Aarhus University)
- Hans Fogedby (Aarhus University)
- Simone Borlenghi Garoia (KTH)
- Mogens Hogh Jensen (Niels Bohr Institute)
- Supriya Krishnamurthy (Stockholm University)
- Chun-Biu Li (Stockholm University)
- Soon Hoe Lim (Nordita)
- Heiner Linke (Lund University)
- Bernhard Mehlig (Gothenburg University)
- Namiko Mitarai (Niels Bohr Institute)
- Kristine Niss (Roskilde University)
- Sigurdur Örn Stefansson (University of Iceland)
- Giovanni Volpe (Gothenburg University)
- Astrid de Wijn (Trondheim University)
If you want to participate in the workshop, please fill in the registration form.
Registration deadline: 24 February, 2019
There is no registration fee.
There is a (very) limited number of travel grants available for PhD students and young Postdoc fellows from the Nordic countries. If you are interested in such a grant, please contact the organizers via email.