XVIII Brunel – Bielefeld Workshop

  - Random Matrix Theory and Applications -

Friday, 16 December – Saturday, 17 December 2022

Hamilton Centre, Brunel University London

 

The aim of this workshop is to bring together physicists and mathematicians who work in the
field of Random Matrix Theory and its applications. The program will contain talks by the invited
speakers on Friday and Saturday as well as a poster session. Applications to present a poster
are welcome and should be directed to any of the organisers. Support is available to a limited
number of both UK and overseas participants presenting a poster as well as to PhD students
from the UK. The programme of the workshop will include the following topics:


• Universalities in Structured and Non-Hermitian Ensembles
• Interacting Particle Systems and Nonlinear PDEs
• Quantum Many-Body Chaos and Statistical Physics
• Applications to Random Graphs and Complex Networks


Deadline for requesting participation is 4 November 2022.
A registration fee of £40 (£20 for students) applies to all workshop participants.

Invited Speakers
Yacin AMEUR (Lund) Dan BETEA (Leuven) Mike BLAKE (Bristol)
Guillaume DUBACH (Klosterneuburg) Yan FYODOROV (London) Manuela GIROTTI (Halifax),
Eva-Maria GRAEFE (London), Ulrich KUHL (Nice) Reimer KÜHN (London)
Pierre LE DOUSSAL (Paris) Leslie MOLAG (Bielefeld) Laura MONK (Bristol)
Alessandra OCCELLI (Lyon) Tomaz PROSEN (Ljubljana) Mariya SHCHERBINA (Kharkiv)
Jac VERBAARSCHOT (Stony Brook) Brian WINN (Loughborough)  

 

Organisers:

Gernot Akemann, Igor Krasovsky, Dmitry Savin and Igor Smolyarenko

akemann@physik.uni-bielefeld.de, i.krasovsky@imperial.ac.uk,
dmitry.savin@brunel.ac.uk, igor.smolyarenko@brunel.ac.uk

Department of Mathematics, Brunel University London, Uxbridge UB8 3PH, UK
https://www.brunel.ac.uk/mathematics/research-and-phd-programmes/Random-Matrix-Theory-Workshops

Conference Office: rmt2022@brunel.ac.uk

Partially funded by SFB1283 “Taming uncertainty and profiting from randomness and low regularity in analysis,
stochastics and their applications” (Bielefeld, Germany) and by the London Mathematical Society (London, UK)

For previous workshops please visit:

https://www.brunel.ac.uk/mathematics/research-and-phd-programmes/Random-Matrix-Theory Workshops/home