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1418 Oct 2013
Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Registration deadline
Jul 15, 2013
Malte Henkel, David Mukamel, Michel Pleimling and Gunter M. Schütz
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MPI for the Physics of Complex
Nöthnitzer Str. 38


Small Systems far from Equilibrium: Order, Correlations, and Fluctuations

The characterisation of the steady-state and dynamical properties of systems driven out of thermal equilibrium has been a subject of intensive theoretical and experimental studies for many years. Unlike their equilibrium counterparts, no general theoretical framework exists within which such properties of non-equilibrium systems could be analyzed. Nevertheless, considerable theoretical progress in understanding various aspects of non-equilibrium systems has been made during the last two decades. This seminar aims at bringing together leading researchers (both theorists and experimentalists) and young scientists from different subfields of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics where intimate connections are presently emerging. The main themes to be covered are large deviations, long-range correlations and extreme events in stochastic many-body systems.