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Local Organizers

Daniel Hug 

Günter Last 

Steffen Winter 

 

Secretariat

Tatjana Dominic 

 

Contact information

KIT
Institute of Stochastics
Englerstr. 2
D-76131 Karlsruhe

email: gpsrs∂math.kit.edu

phone: ++49 721 608 43693

International Conference

Geometry and Physics of Spatial Random Systems

An interdisciplinary exploration between mathematics and physics of disordered spatial structures   

 

Bad Herrenalb (Black Forest),  10-15 Sept 2017

The conference is organised by the research unit Geometry and physics of spatial random systems funded by the German Science Foundation DFG, with research activities at the interface of mathematics and physics. We are anticipating around 100 participants, and a program consisting of 8 keynote lectures and a number of invited  and contributed talks, as well as scientific posters. There will be no parallel sessions. We are hoping for a balanced colourful mix of participants, from physics, and mathematics, as well as from related disciplines. We encourage all speakers to make their talks accessible and enjoyable for both communities. The venue, The Church House of the Protestant Academy Baden, is situated in Bad Herrenalb in the northern Black Forest, about 2 hours from Frankfurt by train.

Topics

Boolean Models · Porous Media
Hard-Core Particles · Granular Matter
Minkowski Tensors · Density Functionals
Morphometry · Spatial Statistics
Percolation · Critical Phenomena
Random Tessellations · Foams
Random Fields · Fluctuating Interfaces

Keynote speakers

            Beyond-Metropolis Monte Carlo, from hard disks to plasmas

Organisation

DFG Research Group Geometry and Physics of Spatial Random Systems

Daniel Hug, Günter Last, Steffen Winter (Karlsruhe)

Klaus Mecke (Erlangen), Gerd Schröder-Turk (Perth / Erlangen)

Markus Kiderlen, Eva Vedel-Jensen (Aarhus)

 

 

NEWS

Contributions

We still have capacities for a few more participants and poster contributions. If you are interested, please contact us as soon as possible via gpsrs@math.kit.edu

Poster

Feel free to download, print and distribute the poster of the event.