Dynamical Systems, Probability Theory and Statistical Mechanics
January 3 until 7, 2005
EURANDOM, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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Studies of complex phenomena are central to the research areas united by the title of the conference. In the recent years, one has witnessed a remarkable progress in these fields, not least due to a successful application of ideas and methods developed in one area in other areas.
The purpose of this conference is to bring together leading researchers from various fields to discuss current developments and open problems, and to facilitate the exchange of ideas. The scope of the problems, which we would like to discuss, lies in the intersection of Probability Theory and Information Theory, Dynamical Systems and Statistical Mechanics.
The topics to be discussed include percolation, random walks, symbolic dynamics, coding, entropy and many others. These subjects are important both from pure and applied points of view, and attract researchers from academia and industry.
This workshop is also a tribute to Professor Mike Keane who is a top expert in this field.
|Burton, Bob||Oregon, USA|
|Serafin, Jacek||Wroclaw, Poland|
|Steif, Jeffrey||Goteborg, Sweden|
|Martinez, Servet||Santiago, Chile|
|Kamae, Teturo||Osaka, Japan|
|Guivarch, Yves||Rennes, France|
|Strien van, Sebastian||Coventry, UK|
|Walters, Peter||Coventry, UK|
|Weiss, Benjamin||Jerusalem, Israel|
|Shields, Paul||Seattle, USA|
|Kitchens, Bruce||Indianapolis, USA|
|Takens, Floris||Groningen, NL|
|Grimmett, Geoffrey||Cambridge, UK|
|Petersen, Karl||Chapel Hill, USA|
|Rolles, Silke||Bielefeld, Germany|
|Maassen, Hans||Nijmegen, NL|
|Poorten van der, Alf||Sydney, Australia|
|Aaronson, Jon||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Szász, Domokos||Budapest University of Technology|
|Coven, Ethan||Wesleyan, USA|
Scientific programme committee
Rob van den Berg (CWI Amsterdam), Michel Dekking (Technical University Delft), Hans van Duijn (Technical University Eindhoven), Chris Klaassen (University of Amsterdam), Ronald Meester (Free University of Amsterdam)
Frank den Hollander (EURANDOM and TU Eindhoven) Dee Denteneer (Philips Research) Evgeny Verbitskiy (Philips Research)
This workshop is sponsored by
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