Interdisciplinary Challenges in Non-Equilibrium Physics

Edinburgh, 10-13 April 2019

Beyond the scientific importance of non-equilibrium processes, which play often vitally important roles at many length-scales, ranging from those relevant in the cell nucleus to those in schools of fish, this event is specifically tailored to bring together early career researchers (post-docs and junior group leaders) working on interdisciplinary topics which have the common theme of addressing issues in non-equilibrium physics. The meeting will focus on finding a common denominator for theoretical, computational and experimental approaches, so to maximally promote collaborations and knowledge exchange among early career researchers.
We envisage 6 sessions in which there will be a range of inter-related topics: biophysics, polymers, ecology and population dynamics, active matter, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and glasses and disordered systems.

Luca Tubiana
Raphael Jeanneret
Aleksandre Japaridze
Jan Smrek
Ananyo Maitra
Lucia Coronel
Kirsty Wan
Tom Ouldridge
Diana Khoromskaia
Silke Henkes
Arianna Bottinelli
Demian Levis
Joakim Stenhammar
Amin Doostmohammadi
Fanlong Meng
Andrea Giometto
Daniel Pearce
Matthieu Barbier
Hye Jin Park
Elisabeth Agoritsas
Barbara Bravi
Caterina De Bacco
Alexandre Lazarescu
Grant Rotskoff
Stefano Bo
Jan Meibohm
Nicoletta Gnan
Francesco Turci
Misaki Ozawa
Beatriz Seoane
Romain Mari
Silvia Zaoli

VENUE: Lecture Theatre C & Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
James Clerk Maxwell Building, King's Buildings
University of Edinburgh, EH9 3FD

Talks will take place in Lecture Theatre C
Coffee breaks and poster sessions will take place in the Higgs Centre
Lunch will be provided near the Magnet cafeteria


ORGANIZERS: Davide Michieletto, Elsen Thjung, George Constable, Gianmaria Falasco

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For enquiries or more information email: davide.michieletto _at_