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9–15 October 2023 New Trends in Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics (NES2023)
A common phenomenon in the dynamics of out of equilibrium systems is the metastability, and the problem of the lifetime of metastable states involves fundamental aspects of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. In spite of such ubiquity, the microscopic understanding of metastability and related out of equilibrium dynamics still raise fundamental questions. Stochastic many-body systems, classical and quantum, often display a complex and slow relaxation towards a stationary state. This nonlinear relaxation process in multistable systems is crucial for understanding the transient dynamics in complex physical and biological systems.
This Workshop will bring together leading experts and research groups with significant contribution to the contemporary state-of-the-art of nonequilibrium classical and quantum systems, working towards the development of new quantum technologies. Moreover, aim of this meeting is to bring together scientists interested to the challenging problems connected with the dynamics of nonequilibrium multistable systems from both theoretical and experimental point of view, within an interdisciplinary context. The conference will be a discussion forum to promote new ideas in this fertile field of research, and in particular new trends such as out-of-equilibrium systems, high-Tc superconductivity, quantum phase transitions, topological phase transitions, quantum metrology, machine learning and quantum algorithms for complex systems.
The plenary session will be led by Nobel laureate John Michael Kosterlitz!
25–30 October 2023 Random Matrices and Integrability in Complex and Quantum Systems
Yad Hashmona, Isreal
More than nine decades after random matrices surfaced in mathematical statistics and seven decades after they debuted in nuclear physics, “the magical world of random matrices” (Dyson) continues to attract both mathematicians and physicists; new mathematical structures and results are being brought in, and new unthinkable connections between seemingly remote fields of knowledge are being discovered.
The purpose of the workshop is to convene leading researchers from both the mathematics- and physics-oriented parts of the multifaceted random-matrix theory community to discuss the latest developments in the field and identify new challenging problems and directions of research.
The workshop topics include (but are not restricted to):
- Random spectra and determinantal point processes.
- Log-correlated fields and multiplicative chaos.
- Non-Hermitian RMT and dissipative quantum chaos.
- RMT in many-body quantum chaos and SYK models.
- High-dimensional landscapes and deep learning.