Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences
Conference on

Driven Stochastic Transport in Low-Dimensional Systems
School of Nano Science, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences
September 27-29, 2016

Driven stochastic transport phenomena in low-dimensional systems has been a subject of intensive attention and multidisciplinary study in recent years, covering a multitude of research topics and applications ranging from nano-scale transport in biological systems to vehicular traffic modeling for exploration of the fundamental aspects of many-body systems driven out of thermal equilibrium.This conference will be situated at the intersection between theory, simulation, and experimental investigation of such non-equilibrium interacting particle systems with low dimensionality. It aims to bring together leading researchers (both theoreticians and experimentalists) and young scientists (including also postdoctoral researchers and advanced graduate students) in this very active multidisciplinary field. The main themes of the conference will include non-equilibrium exclusion processes in low dimensions, in particular, the paradigmatic asymmetric simple exclusion process, Brownian motion in confined geometries, stochastic transport of biological nano-motors, Brownian dynamics of self-propelled particles and vehicular traffic flow. A limited number of abstracts will be accepted for poster and short oral presentation. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a short (maximum one-page) abstract for their intended presentation through the registration webpage of the conference.


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