2011 School on Mathematical Statistical Physics


August 29-September 9, 2011
Prague, Czech Republic

     Organized by

Center for Theoretical Study
Institute of Theoretical Computer Science

of the Charles University of Prague
and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

with financial support from the ESF-program

Random Geometry of Large Interacting Systems
and Statistical Physics

and a travel grant (DMS-1144348)
from the US National Science Foundation

List of participants      Organizational details      Schedule      Titles & abstracts      Board snapshots & slides      Pics

Main course lecturers & titles

  Wolfgang König (WIAS & TU Berlin): The parabolic Anderson model
  Benjamin Schlein (Bonn): Spectral properties of Wigner matrices
  Herbert Spohn (Munich): Growth processes, directed polymers, and the 1D Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation
  Daniel Ueltschi (Warwick): Quantum Heisenberg models and their probabilistic representations
  Bálint Tóth (Budapest): Scaling limits of self-interacting walks and diffusions with long memory

NOTE: We have unfortunately received a last-minute cancellation from both M. Aizenman and S. Warzel. Wolfgang König has been very kind to accept our invitation to give a course in their place.

Application: The application process has been closed.

The school is intended for graduate students, postdocs and researchers in the fields of mathematical physics, probability and analysis (and whatever other related fields).