Complex transport in strongly interacting systems
The workshop 'Complex transport in strongly interacting systems' will be held at the Arnold Sommerfeld Center for Theoretical Physics in Munich during July 25-27 2012.
In recent years our understanding of the slowing down of transport in by repeated scattering from neighboring particles or obstacles has increased rapidly and mechanims have been identified leading to striking phenomena such as the glass transition, jamming, and the localization transition. The purpose of the workshop is bring together the different communities working on these related questions and to promote and transfer concepts to establish a broader picture of complex slow processes.
The focus of the meeting will be put on recent developments of the glass transition to more complex systems, such as gelation, polymers, colloids under shear, and granular systems, as well as jamming and dense active matter, and their comparision to the localization transition of classical particles and waves. The scope includes both theory and computer simulations which will complemented by experiments.
Please contact Mrs. Carolina Lesperance for assistance.
The participation at the workshop is free of charge. Nevetherless, we encourage to register for our convenience to keep track of the number of participants.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with cc email@example.com with Subject 'Registration ASC workshop on complex transport in strongly interacting systems'. In the body state your name and affilition. Please state if you want to particpipate in the conference dinner.
Conference dinner: There will be a conference dinner on Thursday 26.7.2012 in 'Zum Augustiner' Neuhauserstr. 27 - 80331 München. Expected cost for regular participants: 40 Euros.
Prof. Erwin Frey
Prof. Thomas Franosch