Non-equilibrium processes play important roles at many length scales, from controlling chromatin interactions within a cell nucleus to governing the collective dynamics of fish schools. "Interdisciplinary Challenges in Non-Equilibrium Physics" will bring together early career researchers working across these scales. By identifying common theoretical insights, computational approaches and experimental methodologies between disciplines, the meeting aims to promote collaborations and knowledge exchange among early career researchers. The sessions will each focus on one of six inter-related topics: biophysics, polymers, ecology and population dynamics, active matter, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and glasses and disordered systems.
The meeting will take place at the Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics in the King's Buildings campus of the University of Edinburgh, running over four days from Wednesday the 10th (afternoon) to Saturday the 13 (morning) of April, 2019.
This meeting is supported by the Higgs Centre, the EPSRC Network on Emergence and Physics Far From Equilibrium (EMNEQ) and the EPSRC-BBSRC Network Physics of Life. Members of EPSRC NetworkPlus on Emergence and Physics far from Equilibrium can request support from the Network for reasonable costs for domestic travel, accommodation and subsistence in connection with this meeting. The EPSRC Network cannot cover costs for PhD students.
1.Polymers and Biomolecules:
2. Population Dynamics and Ecology
Hye Jin Park
3. Active Matter
5.Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics
Caterina De Bacco
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The timetable of this meeting can be found here or in the Conference book.