Note: Due to the pandemic the workshop has been postponed. The new dates are 25-30 Sept 2022, rather than 27 Feb-4 March as originally planned.
The Workshop on Spin Glasses will take place in fall 2022 (25-30 September) and bring together researchers interested in spin glasses and related topics. It will feature a relaxed progamme with a limited number of extended lectures and talks with plenty of time for discussion.
Details of programme:
There will be four extended lectures of 3 hours, and 6 talks of 1 hour, as well as a contributed talk and poster session. The speakers are:
- Antonio Auffinger, Northwestern University
- Andrea Montanari, Stanford
- Eliran Subag, Weizmann Institute
- Lenka Zdeborova, EPFL
One hour talks:
- Emmanuel Abbé, EPFL
- Jean Barbier, ICTP Trieste
- Wei-Kuo Chen, University of Minnesota
- Ahmed El Alaoui, Cornell University
- Aukosh Jagannath, University of Waterloo
- Jean-Christophe Mourrat, ENS Lyon
The arrival day is Sunday, with the scientific programme starting Monday morning and running until Friday before lunch. Dinner Sunday and lunch Friday are included, and departure is on Friday afternoon.
For a list of all registered participants see the corresponding page.
Application to participate - Contributed talks and posters:
We invite applications to participate in the workshop and give a short talk or present a poster from any researchers with an interest in spin glasses and related topics. Please apply by filling out the form. The deadline for applications is November 15, 2021, and applications are considered on a rolling basis.
The location is the SwissMAP Research Station (SRS) in the ski resort Les Diablerets in the Swiss alps. The research station is newly opened venue for scientific meetings.
Accommodation and meals for participants will be provided in the Hotel Les Sources, which houses the Research Station.
There is no registration fee, and accommodation and meals are included for all participants thanks to generous financial support of SwissMAP.
The Research Station is reachable by train (check the Swiss train company website for more information) from most locations in Europe, including from the airports of Geneva, Zurich and Basel, which have many international flights.
We gratefully acknowledge the generous financial support provided by:
- Swiss National Science Foundation
- Swiss Academy of Sciences
- Swiss Mathematical Society
- International Association of Mathematical Physics