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Start Time:

28 June 2004 at 08:30

Ends On:

2 July 2004

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH (KLH)

Organizer(s):

O. Agam, B.L. Altshuler, P. Wiegmann

Local Organizer(s):

V.E. Kravtsov

Description:

The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy, is organizing a Workshop on "Random Matrix Theory: Condensed Matter, Statistical Physics, Combinatorics", to be held in Trieste from 28 June to 2 July 2004.

Random matrix theory (RMT) has been proved to be a powerful tool, providing nonperturbative results, in various fields of physics. RMT has been, first, constructed as a phenomenological model describing the energy statistics of large nuclei. Yet, in the past decades applications of RMT have been established in mesoscopic physics, quantum chaos, number theory and two-dimensional quantum gravity. More recently RMT emerged in quantum computing, stochastic growth problems, stochastic evolution of algebraic curves, QCD and SUSY Yang-Mills theory.

The purpose of this Workshop is to bring together researchers from several fields of theoretical and mathematical physics working in the area of random matrix theory and their applications. The Workshop intends to promote a communication between research in different disciplines where random matrix theory constitutes a central paradigm or a tool for calculation.

TOPICS

• Random matrix theory and mesoscopics
• Random matrix theory and Riemann zeta function
• Random matrices and growth problems
• Random matrices in high energy physics
• Stochastic evolution of conformal maps
• Random matrices and Quantum Hall Effect


LIST OF SPEAKERS

A.G. Abanov
G. Akemann
A. Altland
A. Andreev
C.W.J. Beenakker
E. Bettelheim
E. Bogomolnyi
P. Brouwer
J.L. Cardy
K. Efetov
V. Falko
J. Feinberg
Y. Fyodorov
I. Gruzberg
M. Hastings
S. Hikami
A. Its
E. Kanzieper
V. Kazakov
A. Larkin
I. Lerner
B. Mehlig
A.M.M. Pruisken
G. Semenov
M. Skvortsov
I. Smolyarenko
H. Spohn
C.A. Tracy
J.J.M. Verbaarschot
H. Weidenmuller
O.M. Yevtushenko
A. Zabrodin

Material:

28 June 2004
08:30
10:30
REGISTRATION
02h00'
10:30
11:15
Superbosonization for disordered and chaotic systems
45'
Efetov, K.
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
11:15
12:00
Spectral statistics of pseudo-integrable maps
45'
Bogomolnyi, E.
Université Paris-Sud
12:00
12:45
Wave function statistics in open chaotic billiards
45'
Brouwer, P.
Cornell University
12:45
15:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h15'
15:00
16:00
Breakdown of RMT at finite Ehrenfest time
01h00'
Beenakker, C.W.J.
University of Leiden
16:00
16:30
COFFEE BREAK
30'
16:30
17:30
Ehrenfest oscillation in levels statistic
01h00'
Larkin, A.
University of Minnesota
29 June 2004
09:00
09:45
Quantum criticality in the Quantum Hall regime
45'
Pruisken, A.M.
09:45
10:30
Painleve' transcendents and random matrices
45'
Its, A.
Indiana University Purdue University
10:30
11:00
COFFEE BREAK
30'
11:00
11:45
Towards exact integrability of replica field theories
45'
Kanzieper, E.
Holon Academic Institute of Technology
11:45
12:30
Replicas do the trick
45'
Verbaarschot, J.J.
State University of New York at Stony Brook
12:30
15:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h30'
15:00
16:00
Random-matrix theory and chaos in self-bound quantal many-body systems
01h00'
Weidenmüller, H.
Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik Heidelberg
16:00
16:30
COFFEE BREAK
30'
16:30
17:15
Complexity of random energy landscapes, glass transition and absolute value of spectral determinant of random matrices
45'
Fyodorov, Y.
Brunel University
30 June 2004
09:00
09:45
Dispersive regularization approach to the Saffman-Taylor problem
45'
Bettelheim, E.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
09:45
10:30
Exact multifractal spectra for arbitrary Laplacian random walks using iterated conformal mappings
45'
Hastings, M.
Los Alamos National Labs
10:30
11:00
COFFEE BREAK
30'
11:00
11:45
Quantum interference effects in energy absorption by closed mesoscopic systems
45'
Skvortsov, M.
L.D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics
11:45
12:30
Parametric Random Matrix Theory
45'
Smolyarenko, I.
Cavendish Laboratory - Cambridge University
12:30
15:00
LUNCH BREAK
02h30'
15:00
15:45
Random matrices and Laplacian growth
45'
Zabrodin, A.
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow
15:45
16:15
COFFEE BREAK
30'
16:15
17:15
2d critical behaviour, random conformal maps, and Dyson's Brownian motion
01h00'
Cardy, J.L.
University of Oxford
19:00
20:30
POSTER SESSION
01h30'
1 July 2004
09:00
09:45
Spectral statistics of almost-diagonal Gaussian random matrices
45'
Yevtushenko, O.M.
the Abdus Salam ICTP
09:45
10:30
Differential equations for Dyson processes
45'
Tracy, C.A.
University of California at Davis
10:30
11:00
COFFEE BREAK
30'
11:00
11:45
Relevance of random matrix theory to random laser
45'
Hikami, S.
University of Tokyo
11:45
12:45
LUNCH BREAK
01h00'
14:15
15:00
The collective quantum dynamics of the eigenvalue plasma of large normal matrices
45'
Feinberg, J.
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
15:00
16:00
Growth processes and random matrices
01h00'
Spohn, H.
Technische Universität München
16:00
16:30
COFFEE BREAK
30'
16:30
17:15
Caustics in turbulent aerosols
45'
Mehlig, B.
Gothenburg University/Chalmers
2 July 2004
09:00
09:45
Ensembles of non-Hermitian matrices and their applications in QCD
45'
Akemann, G.
CEA Saclay
09:45
10:30
Thermodynamics of the pp-wave
45'
Semenoff, G.
The University of British Columbia
10:30
11:00
COFFEE BREAK
30'
11:00
11:45
1/N-expansion and non-perturbative effects in matrix integrals
45'
Kazakov, V.
Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris
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