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High-dimensional critical phenomena in random environments

University of Bristol, Sep. 24--26, 2018.

Invited Participants:

  • Sebastien Andres (Cambridge)

  • Roland Bauerschmidt (Cambridge)

  • Erwin Bolthausen (Zurich)

  • David Brydges (Vancouver)

  • Paul Dario (Paris-Dauphine)

  • Takashi Hara (Kyushu)

  • Markus Heydenreich (Munich)

  • Pierre-François Rodriguez (UCLA)

  • Akira Sakai (Hokkaido)

  • Gordon Slade (Vancouver)

  • Andrew Swan (Cambridge)

  • Lorenzo Taggi (Bath)

  • Bálint Tóth (Bristol/Budapest)

  • Andrew Wade (Durham)

Local Participants:

  • Márton Balázs (Bristol)

  • Ayalvadi Ganesh (Bristol)

  • Christopher Lutsko (Bristol)

  • Francesco Mezzadri (Bristol)

  • Michiel van den Berg (Bristol)

Schedule:

Click here to see the program, and click here to see a list of abstracts.

The conference dinner will be at 18:30 on Tuesday the 25th; further details are in the program.

Practical Details: 

Bristol is easily accessible by train from within the UK, and the city center and University are a relatively short walk from Temple Meads Station. There is a bus service connecting Bristol airport to the city center (approx. 30 minutes). It is also possible to fly to Heathrow, and then take either a train or the National Express coach service to Bristol; the journey from Heathrow is approximately 2--2.5 hours with either option.

Local expenses of participants will be covered. There is a limited amount of travel support available as well, but we hope most participants will be able to cover their own travel expenses. Please contact the organizer for more information.

 

The main image is a self-avoiding walk of 2^25 steps. Image credit: Nathan Clisby. Funding for this workshop is from the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research 'Focused Research Workshop' program. 

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