Co-organizer for minisymposium at international meeting. Minisymposium on Novel Noise-Driven Dynamics in Far-from-Equilibrium Systems. SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Math) Dynamical Systems Meeting 2019. May 19, 2019 - May 23, 2019

Event/Organization Administration

Recently, there has been impressive experimental and theoretical progress concerning the dynamical properties of noise-driven systems that are far-from-equilibrium. These efforts span a broad array of fields including biophysics, condensed and soft matter physics, materials science, climate science, and even the social sciences. This minisymposium will bring together experimentalists and theorists from condensed matter physics and applied mathematics to explore novel dynamical systems methods and experimental techniques that are enhancing the understanding of noise-driven phenomena of current importance and interest. Systems to be treated in this session include biophysical problems such as protein folding and the growth of blood vessels and vascular networks, defect dynamics in low-dimensional crystalline materials, and noise-driven charge transport in electronic systems with novel approaches to applications such as random number generation.

Service Performed By

Role

  • Co-organizer for minisymposium at international meeting

Date

  • May 19, 2019 - May 23, 2019

Service or Event Name

  • Minisymposium on Novel Noise-Driven Dynamics in Far-from-Equilibrium Systems

Host Organization

  • SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Math) Dynamical Systems Meeting 2019

Location or Venue

  • Snowbird, UT