1st Announcement
Workshop "Mathematics and microscopic theory for random Soft Matter systems (MathMicS)"
Düsseldorf, Germany, February 1315, 2023
organized by René Wittmann, Hartmut Löwen (both HHU Düsseldorf) and Matthias Sperl (DLR Köln).
The workshop will take place at Schloss Mickeln.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together Physicists and Mathematicians to discuss mathematical and physical problems in equilibrium and nonequilibrium soft matter systems. The workshop will be attended by both mathematicians and physicists from different fields, so the presentations should be understandable for a broad audience.
The workshop will consist of invited talks and contributions in form of a poster and/or a mini talk (25 minutes, questions can be discussed in the poster session directly afterwards). Mini talks could present a particular research project, advertise a poster or present an unsolved problem or an interesting question, in particular addressed to the other community. Information on participation can be found here.
The focus lies on the following topics:
 disorder in complex systems
 hyperuniformity in soft matter
 morphological characterization of pattern formation
 statistical modeling of living organisms
 theoretical frameworks for time dependence
 mathematical foundations of statistical theories
 exactly solvable models
The program will start on Monday around noon and end on Wednesday around noon. A detailed schedule will be anounced in early 2023.
The workshop is part of the DFG Priority Programme SPP 2265: Random Geometric Systems

