# Nonequilibrium Phenomena

09.11.2006 – 11.11.2006

In the second week of October (Oct 9 - Oct 11, 2006) a workshop on

NONEQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA in CLASSICAL and QUANTUM SYSTEMS

will be held at the :

Arnold Sommerfeld Center (ASC) for Theoretical Physics

Theresienstr. 37

80333 München

Room 348/349 (3rd floor)

Download the program of the conference [pdf]

Our goal is to bring together communities working on classical and quantum non-equilibrium systems. Hence we have chosen a rather broad range of topics including stochastic networks and quantum transport through nanostructures.

Organizers:

Jan von Delft

Erwin Frey

Stefan Kehrein

Speakers:

Frithjof Anders Extension of the Numerical Renormalization Group to Non-Equilibrium: Real-time dynamics of a singe spin coupled to Fermionic and BosonicBaths

Piet Brouwer The classical limit of quantum transport

Ralf Bulla Electron Transfer in Donor-Acceptor Systems: Many-Particle effects and Influence of Electronic Correlations

Bernard Derrida Current fluctuations in one dimensional non-equilibrium systems [slides]

Thomas Franosch Non-equilibrium phase transitions in driven lattice gases

Matthias Fuchs Properties of driven metastable states: sheared colloidal dispersions

Peter Hänggi Nonadiabatic electron pumping

Jean Francois Joanny Molecular motors pulling membrane tubes: collective effects and traffic

Markus Kollmann Noise propagation in Information Processing Biological Networks

Hans Kroha Perturbative renormalization group for quantum impurity systems in stationary non-equilibrium

Gerhard Rempe A Mott state of ultracold molecules in an optical lattice

Alejandro Muramatsu Relaxation in a quench between a Mott-insulator and a Luttinger-liquid

Ulrich Schollwoeck Time-dependent density matrix renormalization of systems far from equilibrium

Uwe Täuber Fluctuations and correlations in diffusion-limited multispecies pair annihilation processes

Yuval Oreg Fractional Shot Noise in the Kondo Regime

Chris Wiggins Statistical Network Physics

Please also note that in the second half of the week there is a

Boltzmann Symposium organized jointly with the Department

for Mathematics.

Some hotels in the vicinity:

Hotel Carlton, Fürstenstr. 12, D-80333 Munich, phone: +49 - (0)89 - 28 20 61

Hotel Dachs, Amalienstr. 12, D-80333 Munich, phone: +49 - (0)89 - 28 69 48 - 0

Hotel Savoy, Amalienstr. 25, D-80333 Munich, phone: +49 - (0)89 - 28 78 70

Last Updated ( Friday, 20 October 2006 )