The conference will be held at IHES depending on the evolution of health situations and related restrictions.
The conference “Large-scale Limits of Interacting Particle Systems”, will take place in the Marilyn and James Simons Conference Center from October 4 to 8 2021, and simultaneously on Zoom.
It is organized by Mitia Duerinckx (CNRS), Sergio Simonella (CNRS) and Raphael Winter (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon), with the support of the CNRS-Momentum program.
These five days will bring together researchers interested in rigorous methods for the study of scaling limits of interacting particle systems.
The conference will focus on three mini-courses, given by:
- Mathieu Lewin (CNRS): “Mean-field Limits and Bose-Einstein Condensation for Quantum Gases“;
- Laure Saint-Raymond (IHES): “Statistical Description of a Hard Sphere Gas Dynamics“;
- Manfred Salmhofer (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Univ. of Heidelberg): “Diagrammatic Expansions and Renormalization in Quantum Dynamics”
The program also includes one-hour talks given by:
- Serena Cenatiempo (GSSI),
- Charles Collot (Cergy Paris Université),
- Sabine Jansen (LMU),
- Jens Marklof (University of Bristol),
- Alessia Nota (Università degli Studi dell’Aquila),
- Peter Pickl (University of Munich),
- Marcello Porta (SISSA),
- Mario Pulvirenti (Università di Roma « La Sapienza »),
- Nicolas Rougerie (UMPA),
- Florian Theil (University of Warwick),
- Bálint Tóth (University of Bristol).
To get more information on the conference program, and be informed of the latest measures taken, go to the dedicated web page.