9th Nordic Workshop on Statistical Physics: Biological, Complex and Non-Equilibrium Systems

from Wednesday, 21 March 2018 (09:00) to Friday, 23 March 2018 (18:00)
Nordita, Stockholm (122:026)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
21 Mar 2018
22 Mar 2018
23 Mar 2018
AM
09:00 Registration / Coffee & Cake   (122:026)
10:15 Opening - Ralf Eichhorn (Nordita) Prof. Alberto Imparato (Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Aarhus)   (122:026)
10:30 Quantum Statistical Geophysics - Prof. John Wettlaufer (Yale University & Nordita)   (122:026)
11:15 A unified nonlinear stochastic time series analysis for climate science - Woosok Moon (SU & Nordita)   (122:026)
09:30 How glasses break - Stefano Zapperi (University of Milano)   (122:026)
10:30 Coffee Break   (122:026)
11:00 Phase diagram of Kob-Andersen type binary Lennard-Jones mixtures - Ulf Pedersen (Roskilde University, Denmark)   (122:026)
11:45 Iso-Flux Tension Propagation Theory and Its Application to Driven Polymer Translocation - Tapio Ala-Nissilä (Aalto and Loughborough University)   (122:026)
09:30 Statistical physics of PLC - Mikko Alava (HUT, Espoo, Finland)   (122:026)
10:15 Coarsening and mechanics in a mesoscale model of wet foams - Antti Puisto (Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland)   (122:026)
11:00 Coffee Break   (122:026)
11:30 Membrane curvature sensing by symmetric proteins - Martin Linden (Uppsala University, Sweden)   (122:026)
PM
12:00 Lunch   (Restaurant)
14:00 Orientation patterns of non-spherical particles in turbulence - Bernhard Mehlig (Gothenburg University)   (122:026)
14:45 Recent Progress on the Experimental Study of Active Matter - Giovanni Volpe (Gothenburg University)   (122:026)
15:30 Coffee Break   (122:026)
16:00 Aspects of open quantum systems - Hans Fogedby (Aarhus University)   (122:026)
16:45 Friction Fluctuations of Gold Nanoparticles in the Superlubric Regime - Astrid de Wijn (Trondheim University)   (122:026)
12:30 Lunch   (Restaurant)
14:30 Structural constrains on the emergence of temporal patterns in neuronal networks - Arvind Kumar (KTH)   (122:026)
15:15 Can machines learn to solve football? A look at how we model complex systems - David JT Sumpter (Uppsala University, Sweden)   (122:026)
16:00 Coffee Break   (122:026)
16:30 Virus attack on a Bacterial Colony: Transition from Death to Persistent Survival - Namiko Mitarai (Niels Bohr Institute)   (122:026)
18:30 Conference Dinner   (Cypern)
12:15 Biomechanics as a driver of stem cell differentiation, segregation and development - Lene Oddershede (Niels Bohr Institute)   (122:026)
13:00 Lunch   (Restaurant)
14:00 Free Discussion / Closing   (122:026)