OTHER CONFERENCES AND EVENTS:
Two ICAM sponsored schools taking place this Summer/Fall, which will provide ICAM support to students from ICAM nodes: 1. Cargèse: 13-25 June 2022 School on Exotic Superconductivity Deadline for applications: April 18th.https://exosup2022.sciencesconf.org 2. Jülich: 4-7 October 2022 Autumn School on Correlated Electrons: Dynamical Mean-Field Theory of Correlated Electrons Deadline for applications: May 31st. https://www.cond-mat.de/events/correl22/
Summer school "Disorder in Complex Systems ", to be held at Institute Pascal of Paris-Saclay University (France), from June 7 to June 17 2022. https://www.institut-pascal.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/scientific-programs/disorder-complex-systems [main page] https://indico.ijclab.in2p3.fr/event/7771/ [detailed information] This intense two-week school is intended for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and professionals seeking to overcome traditional disciplinary boundaries in the fields relevant to the physics of complex systems. The school covers basic concepts, tools, and current topics relevant to the problem of disorder in complex systems. These include glassy systems, nonlinear dynamics, scaling, soft matter, and other topical areas or case studies. Lectures are taught by the faculty of Paris-Saclay and guest leading educators and scholars from other renowned institutions. Formal classes and seminars, are complemented by discussions and activities hosted by the laboratories of the University. An internship program following the 2-week school is also offered to a smaller subset of selected participants. Tuition for the program for the selected academic participants is free of charge and it covers participation, course materials, on-site accommodation for the non-Francilian, and lunch meals. Application is now open and should be posted before April 15 2022 via the website according to the instructions provided: https://indico.ijclab.in2p3.fr/event/7771/registrations/485/
Summer School held at Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), L'Aquila, from September 5 to September 10, 2022.
Trials in wave turbulence: from random waves to kinetic equations
The school is designed to present to graduate students and early-stage researchers where we stand in the mathematical treatment of Wave Turbulence (WT), by providing participants the opportunity to get their hands on the typical problems in WT, and to interact with leading scientists in the field. The school will consist of two main courses given by
Sergey Nazarenko (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis) and Juan J. L. Velázquez (HCM, Bonn) a short course given by Zaher Hani (University of Michigan) and invited talks given by Roberta Bianchini (CNR) Erwan Faou (INRIA Bretagne Atlantique & IRMAR) Gigliola Staffilani (MIT)
Registration is free but mandatory (deadline: August 20, 2022).
Financial support will be available for a limited number of students (deadline for applications: July 1, 2022).
The school will also include a poster session for young researchers (deadline for submission: July 20, 2022).
Further information are available on the website:
Summer school on polymer physics in Halle and Leipzig (Germany): August 27 - September 2, 2022
Our summer school will cover the physical basics of macromolecular systems and is ideal for students with at least two years of undergraduate studies in physics. The schedule for the week is a balanced mix of lectures, lab courses and social activities/excursions. Travel expenses can be covered after acceptance. More information and application until June 15: https://blogs.urz.uni-halle.de/sbp22/
“Computational social science and complex systems”, The 9th IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics, October 13-16, 2022, Hybrid (Virtual and Onsite), Shenzhen, China
The “computational social science and complex system is a special session of the IEEE 9th conference on data science. Researchers from different disciplines and methodological backgrounds are welcome to submit their papers and exchange ideas, research questions, and recent results. Topics range from the “Online communication and (mis)information diffusion” to “E-democracy and government-citizen interaction”. The website of the session is https://www.eee.hku.hk/~zrwang/dsaa2022.html .
The website of the main conference and the list of keynote speakers is: http://dsaa2022.dsaa.co/#:~:text=The%209th%20IEEE%20International%20Conference,for%20data%20science%20and%20analytics.
2022 Multicell Virtual-Tissue Modeling Online Summer School and Hackathon at Indiana University, Bloomington, US
Two days with G. Parisi in Paris, France The Physics Department of ENS Paris is organizing a conference to celebrate the award of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics to Giorgio Parisi. Please find all the information here: https://sites.google.com/view/parisiday-ens/home
Registration is open, free but mandatory.
Nordita School on Current and Future Themes in Soft and Biological Active Matter, Sweden. We are pleased to bring to your attention the upcoming Nordita school on Current and Future Themes in Soft & Biological Active Matter that will take place July 25th-August 19th 2022 at Nordita, Stockholm. The speakers list and information on Registration can be found at: https://indico.fysik.su.se/event/7634/.
This program will bring together leading experts and early career researchers from all over the world and Nordic countries to discuss the state of the art in soft & biological active matter, address open questions at the interface between physics and biology, and promote future directions for soft matter physics.
OIST workshop "Cells, Energetics, and Information: New Perspectives on Nonequilibrium Systems", online. This online workshop will bring together biophysicists, statistical physicists, and biologists that aim at understanding energetics and information processing in cells. See https://groups.oist.jp/cellsenergyinfo for info. Applications are accepted until the 20th of May.
Conference on “Modern Mathematics for Complex Systems”, June 29-30, 2022 at the De Morgan House, London, UK. With talks from leading international experts, the conference will explore two main themes: Turbulence on day 1 and Dynamics and Transfer Operator Theory on day 2. Confirmed speakers include: P. Cvitanovic, U. Feudel, M. Chekroun, N. Budanur, C. Wormell, B. Hof, V. M. Galfi, Tobias Grafke and Peter Read.
Supported by the London Mathematical Society and the Centre for the Mathematics of Planet Earth, University of Reading, the conference is aimed at early career researchers and open to all scientists related to the field. The conference will be held in a hybrid format in order to allow participants to join online if they cannot attend in-person. Please visit our website (https://www.modernmaths-complexsystems.co.uk) for more information and to get in touch with us.