Dates: 14–18 Jun 2021
The overall goal of the program is to advance the methods of integrability and combinatorics towards structural and asymptotic results across a wide range of finite temperature models of statistical physics. Here the notion of “finite temperature” might have different meanings in different situations, and a complete understanding of the range of finite temperature models and related asymptotic phenomena is a work in progress. The potential impact of the program is based on previous very successful treatment in the past 20 years of “infinite temperature” models (based on, e.g., sums of independent random variables) in classical and modern probability theory, and of “zero temperature” models (e.g. last passage percolation). The latter were analyzed using the methods of integrability and combinatorics, and currently these methods are being extended by a number of groups towards more complicated “finite temperature” settings, in order to capture new universal phenomena. Our aim is to bring together members of these groups, and produce further advances in this direction. It is expected that new finite-temperature universal phenomena will apply to a wide range of real-world settings, such as to the structure of ice and other condensed matter models, magnetism, quantum spin systems, thermodynamics, and polymers.
- Deadline: 15 May 2021
- Registration is by invitation only
- Dan Betea (KU Leuven)
- Greta Panova (University of Southern California)
- Leonid Petrov (University of Virginia)
- Tomohiro Sasamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
- Michael Wheeler (University of Melbourne)
MATRIX Wine and Cheese Afternoon 15 June 2021
On the first Tuesday of each program, MATRIX provides a pre-dinner wine and cheese afternoon. Produce is locally-sourced to showcase delicacies from the region.
Peter Hall Building
The University of Melbourne
Parkville VIC 3010, Australia