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Mathematics Meets Physics

on the occasion of Antti Kupiainen's 60th birthday

Photos

Photos taken during the conference are in the photo gallery.

 

Local organizers

Contact
  • mathphys-2014 (at) helsinki.fi
  • Follow on Twitter: @MathPhys2014
Press release (in Finnish)

 

 

Scientific advisory committee

 

List of Speakers

Time and place

June 24-27, 2014
Lecture hall PII on the ground floor of the Porthania building, University of Helsinki
Street address: Yliopistonkatu 3, Helsinki, Finland

Description

The general scope of the meeting is to capture the research at the frontiers in mathematical physics. A particular focus will be in four topics from contemporary physics central also to Antti Kupiainen’s own research: dynamical systems, quantum and statistical field theories, renormalization and non-equilibrium phenomena. Their study is in a natural way connected to a number of fields in mathematics, for example, complex analysis, ergodic theory, harmonic analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations, random geometry, spectral theory and stochastic processes. The aim of the conference is to bring together world leading experts in these topics, ranging the full spectrum from pure mathematics to physics. 

Registration

The participants are kindly requested to register by filling in the on-line registration form following this link.

Please note that there will be no contributed talks.

A very limited amount of support for local costs and/or travel is available for younger participants. To apply for support, please tick the appropriate place on the registration form and send a brief informal application including your CV to mathphys-2014@helsinki.fi. Deadline for applications is Saturday 26th April.

More details about the registration fees and payment methods are available here.

Accommodation

Various accommodation options are listed on a separate web page.

Practical info

Some practical information about taxis, public transport and tourism is listed on a separate web page.

Timetable
 
Tuesday 24.6.
Wednesday 25.6.
Thursday 26.6.
Friday 27.6.
09:15registration + coffeeFaddeev (slides, video at 00:30) Lebowitz (slides, video at 01:00)Fröhlich (video at 00:30)

10:0510:15 opening coffeecoffeecoffee
10:45

10:35 Gawedzki (slides, video at 10:40)

Gallavotti (slides, video at 91:30)Spohn (slides, video at 89:20)Felder (slides, video at 89:00)
11:40Bernard (slides , video at 86:30)
Kuksin (slides, video at 01:00)Smirnov (video at 148:10)
Bricmont (slides, video at 144:50)
12:30lunch breaklunch breaklunch breaklunch break
14:15Werner (video at 00:00)
Bourgain (slides, video at 00:40)Villani (video at 00:00)
Spencer (slides, video at 00:00)
15:05coffeecoffeecoffeecoffee
15:45Johansson (slides, video at 91:50) Benedicks (slides, video at 91:15)Aizenman (slides, video at 90:20)Eckmann (slides, video at 90:00)
16:40Astala (slides, video at 145:30)Baladi (video at 147:00)
Sokal (slides, video at 150:30) 
  

17:45 human rights session

organized by Joel L. Lebowitz

  
 18:00 - 20:00 City of Helsinki reception 19:00 - banquet 

The numbers after video indicate the elapsed time from the begin of the session recording before the talk starts. Video recording of the entire event is available here

Printable timetable in a pdf file.

Titles and abstracts

More detailed information about the program in a pdf file.

Sponsors
Participants

(List updated Sep 18, 2014)

  • Michael Aizenman (Princeton University)
  • Giovanni Antinucci (università degli studi roma3)
  • Nikolai Antonov (Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  • Juhan Aru (ENS Lyon)
  • Kari Astala (University of Helsinki)
  • Viviane Baladi (CNRS and ENS, Paris)
  • Michael Benedicks (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Denis Bernard (CNRS and ENS, Paris)
  • Jean Bourgain (IAS, Princeton)
  • Gastao Braga (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
  • Jean Bricmont (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve)
  • Dmitry Chelkak (PDMI RAS & Chebyshev Lab SPbSU)
  • Diana David-Rus (National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering)
  • Neil Dobbs (Helsinki)
  • Nicolas Dombrowski (Helsinki university)
  • Jean-Pierre Eckmann (University of Geneva)
  • Kari Eloranta (Aalto)
  • Ludwig Faddeev (Steklov Mathematical Institute, St.Petersburg.)
  • Chun Fang (University of Helsinki)
  • Giovanni Felder (ETH Zurich)
  • Bastien Fernandez (CNRS)
  • Steven Flores (University of New Hampshire)
  • Jürg Fröhlich (ETH Zürich and IAS, Princeton)
  • Giovanni Gallavotti (Universita di Roma 1)
  • Dario Gasbarra (University of Helsinki)
  • Krzysztof Gawedzki (ENS-Lyon)
  • Rebecca Gillan (Institute of Physics Publishing)
  • Gustaf Gripenberg (Aalto University)
  • Mats Gyllenberg (University of Helsinki)
  • Heikki Haario (LUT)
  • Ville Hakulinen (International Business Machines Corporation)
  • Adrien Hardy (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH))
  • Vili Heinonen (Aalto University)
  • Esko Heinonen (University of Helsinki)
  • Lauri Hitruhin (University of Helsinki)
  • Ilkka Holopainen (University of Helsinki)
  • Peter Horvai (CFM)
  • Ritva Hurri-Syrjanen (University of Helsinki)
  • Tuomas Hytönen (University of Helsinki)
  • Lizaveta Ihnatsyeva (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Joonas Ilmavirta (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Konstantin Izyurov (University of Helsinki)
  • Esa Järvenpää (University of Oulu)
  • Maarit Järvenpää (University of Oulu)
  • Matti Järvinen (University of Crete)
  • Ian Jauslin (University of Rome (La Sapienza))
  • Kurt Johansson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Niko Jokela (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
  • Janne Junnila (University of Helsinki)
  • Thomas Kaijser (Linköping University)
  • Manas Kar (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Aapo Kauranen (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Antti Kemppainen (University of Helsinki)
  • Mikko Kemppainen (University of Helsinki)
  • Juliette Kennedy (University of Helsinki)
  • Juhani Koivisto (University of Helsinki)
  • Timo Korvola (VTT)
  • Pekka Koskela (Jyväskylä)
  • Roman Kotecky (Charles University Prague/ University of Warwick)
  • Sergei Kuksin (CNRS and Paris 7)
  • Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki)
  • Kalle Kytölä (University of Helsinki)
  • Pekka Lahti (University of Turku)
  • Gaultier Lambert (KTH)
  • Edwin Langmann (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Matti Lassas (University of Helsinki)
  • Joel Lebowitz (Rutgers)
  • Raphael Lefevere (paris diderot)
  • Juha Lehrbäck (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Olli Lehto (University of Helsinki)
  • Jere Lehtonen (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Lasse Leskelä (Aalto University)
  • Haibo Lin (China Agricultural University & University of Helsinki)
  • Sauli Lindberg (University of Helsinki)
  • Henri Lipponen (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Stig-Olof Londen (Aalto)
  • Rami Luisto (University of Helsinki)
  • Jani Lukkarinen (University of Helsinki)
  • Douglas Lundholm (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Matteo Marcozzi (University of Helsinki)
  • Anders Martin-Löf (Stockholm University)
  • Peng Mei (University of Helsinki)
  • Carlos Mejia-Monasterio (Technical University of Madrid)
  • Santeri Miihkinen (University of Helsinki)
  • Anssi Mirka (Helsinki University)
  • Claus Montonen (University of Helsinki)
  • Paolo Muratore-Ginanneschi (University of Helsinki)
  • George Napolitano (Lund University)
  • Antti Niemi (Uppsala University/CNRS)
  • Pekka Nieminen (University of Helsinki)
  • Miika Nikula (University of Helsinki)
  • Ilkka Norros (VTT)
  • Piero Olla (ISAC-CNR)
  • Pekka Orponen (Aalto University)
  • Mikko Pakkanen (Aarhus University)
  • Ville Parkkinen (University of Helsinki)
  • Eveliina Peltola (University of Helsinki)
  • Emmanuel Pereira (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil))
  • Tomas Persson (Lund University)
  • Soeren Petrat (LMU Munich)
  • Fabian Portmann (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Istvan Prause (University of Helsinki)
  • Otto Pulkkinen (Tampere University of Technology)
  • Tapio Rajala (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Aldo Rampioni (Springer)
  • Eero Ruosteenoja (University of Jyväskylä)
  • Marianna Russkikh (Chebyshev Lab, St.Petersburg State University)
  • Eero Saksman (University of Helsinki)
  • Lauri Sankari (University of Helsinki)
  • Juha Savolainen (Helsinki University)
  • Kay Schwieger (Helsingin yliopisto)
  • Juhana Siljander (University of Helsinki)
  • Samuli Siltanen (University of Helsinki)
  • Marielle Simon (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon)
  • Stanislav Smirnov (University of Geneva and St. Petersburg State University)
  • Alan Sokal (NYU, New York and UCL, London)
  • Tomás Soto (University of Helsinki)
  • Tommi Sottinen (University of Vaasa)
  • Elefterios Soultanis (University of Helsinki)
  • Thomas Spencer (IAS, Princeton)
  • Herbert Spohn (TU Munich)
  • Mikko Stenlund (University of Helsinki)
  • Domokos Szász (Budapest University of Technology)
  • Olli Tapiola (University of Helsinki)
  • Jari Taskinen (University of Helsinki)
  • Dmitrii Todorov (Saint Petersburg State University)
  • Michele Triestino (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon)
  • Petri Tuisku (University of Helsinki)
  • Joonas Turunen (University of Helsinki)
  • Hans-Olav Tylli (University of Helsinki)
  • Jouko Väänänen (University of Helsinki)
  • Antti Vähäkangas (University of Helsinki)
  • Harri Varpanen (Aalto University)
  • Esa Vesalainen (University of Helsinki)
  • Cédric Villani (IHP, Paris)
  • Kari Vilonen (Helsinki University)
  • Stefan Wagner (University of Helsinki)
  • Christian Webb (University of Helsinki)
  • Wendelin Werner (ETH Zürich)
  • Ting Xue (University of Helsinki)
  • Xiao Zhong (University of Jyväskylä)
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