17-19 September 2018
Organisers: Emre Esenturk, Colm Connaughton, Stefan Grosskinsky
Growth and disintegration processes take place ubiquitously in nature and social life at varying levels. Despite their distinct appearance many of the processes are driven by essentially similar mechanisms such as coagulation, exchange, fragmentation etc.
The workshop aims to bring together experts from three related research fields (Differential/integral equations, statistical physics and stochastic processes/probability) to explore recent developments in topics such as exchange-driven processes, coagulation, fragmentation, fluctuations in non-equilibrium systems, zero range processes and related condensation phenomena and more.
Philippe Laurencot (Matheatical Institute of Toulouse, University of Toulouse, France)
Juan Velazquez (Hausdorff Centre for Mathematics, University of Bonn, Germany)
Miguel Escobedo (Department of Mathematics, University of Pais Vasco, Spain)
Johannes Zimmer (Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath, UK)
Michael Herzog, (Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, UK)
Bartlomiej Waclaw (School of Physics, University of Edinburgh, UK)
John King (Department of Mathematics, University of Nottingham, UK)
Nikolai Brilliantov (Dept. Mathematics, University of Leicester, UK ; Skoltech, Moscow, Russia)
Paul Chleboun (Department of Statistics, Oxford University, UK)
Yanghong Huang (School of Mathematics, University of Manchester, UK)
Michael Wilkinson (The Open University, Department of Mathematics, UK)
Tibor Antal (School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, UK)
Robert Jack (Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK)
Andre Schlichting (Department of Mathematics, RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
The provisional schedule for the meeting can be found here.
The workshop is funded by the generous supports from NetworkPlus, MiRAW
and Marie-Curie Fellowship Fellowship (H2020-MSCA-IF-2015, no. 705033)