Passion for Science, SIF
"Passion for Science" è lo speciale simposio internazionale organizzato dalla Società Italiana di Fisica per celebrare a Varenna presso la Villa Monastero, il 20 e 21 giugno 2022, l’Anno Internazionale della Scienza di Base per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile (International Year of Basic Science for Sustainable Development IYBSSD).
IYBSSD è stato promosso dall’Unione Internazionale di Fisica Pura e Applicata (IUPAP), che celebra il suo centesimo anniversario proprio nel 2022, ed è organizzato sotto gli auspici dell'UNESCO.
Il programma è pubblicato alla pagina https://www.sif.it/corsi/passionforscience2022
Per partecipare è sufficiente inviare la registration form compilata (scaricabile dalla pagina sopra citata) all'indirizzo firstname.lastname@example.org entro il 5 giugno.
DCP22 è un workshop interdisciplinare su tematiche di dinamica nonlineare, meccanica statistica e complessità in diversi ambiti scientifici: fisica, matematica biologia, fisiologia ecc...). Sarà possibile seguire i lavori del workshop sia in presenza che in streaming.
Ci saranno 48 relatori internazionali e una sessione poster che ospiterà i contributi selezionati. Inoltre al miglior poster, designato da una apposita commissione, verrà elargito un premio finanziato dalla rivista “Chaos Solitons and Fractals" della Elsevier Publishing Inc. Le iscrizioni verranno aperte a breve.
Il link della pagina web di DCP22 è il seguente: https://www.cissc.unipi.it/DCP/DCP22
A meeting on "Coarse-grained description for non-equilibrium systems and transport phenomena” will be held in Rome, at the central building of the CNR (in front of the Sapienza University campus), from 4th to 6th of July 2022. The conference - which is organised by CNR, Camerino University, Firenze University, Sapienza, Sissa and Vanvitelli University, will include talks on several topics of statistical mechanics, particularly non-equilibrium, with a more general first day, a second day focused on active and granular matter, and a third day to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Boltzmann equation. At the website https://sites.google.com/view/coarsegrained2022 the list of speakers and other information are already available. The conference is in presence (but streaming will also be available) and there is no participation fee. However we ask all people who intend to participate to fill the registration form available on the website.
L’Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze detta dei XL festeggia il socio Giorgio Parisi, Premio Nobel per la Fisica (2021) con un Workshop “Complex Systems: from Physics to Biomedicine” che si svolgerà il 10 maggio p.v. presso il Teatro di Villa Torlonia a Roma, gentilmente concesso in uso dalla Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai beni Culturali.
La necessità di sviluppare nuovi approcci per indagare la complessità dei sistemi naturali e artificiali è uno dei maggiori temi di indagine del tempo presente anche per fronteggiare urgenze sociali e sfide economiche. Per una miglior comprensione della complessità biologica, è necessaria una forte integrazione delle scienze della vita e delle scienze computazionali. L’obiettivo è scoprire i modelli che governano processi fisiologici o patologici complessi.
Durante la sessione pomeridiana ricercatori interessati potranno presentare comunicazioni brevi.
In allegato la locandina dell'evento, contenente la call for abstracts, le modalità di sottomissione dei contributi e le modalità di partecipazione e registrazione.
Deadline: 31 Marzo 2022
The 2022 edition of the traditional Boltzmann lecture will take place online on 21 February at 3pm. Professor Subir Sachdev from Harvard University will hold a lectio entitled “Statistical mechanics of metals without quasiparticles, and of charged black holes”
Abstract: The very successful theory of metals is based upon a Boltzmann equation for electronic quasiparticles. But the “strange metals” found in high temperature superconductors do not have well-defined quasiparticle excitations, which raises the problem of a theory of electrical transport in such metals. In their quantum theory of charged black holes, Gibbons and Hawking applied the Boltzmann-Gibbs ensemble to the Einstein-Maxwell theory, and obtained results for black hole entropy which did not have an evident interpretation in terms of the eigenstates of a quantum Hamiltonian. I will describe progress in resolving these long-standing problems in very different fields of physics using insights from the solvable Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model of fermions with random interactions.
The Statistical Physics of Deep Learning Lake Como School of Adavanced Studies take place in Como, Italy, from June 13th to June 17th 2022.
The school is designed to give an overview of the statistical-mechanical principles underlying deep learning.
The school is aimed primarily at the growing audience of early-stage researchers (graduate students, advanced master students and postdocs) interested in fundamental aspects of machine learning, beyond a simple black-box approach. Our lectures will provide a critical introduction to deep neural network rooted in a statistical physics perspective. It will expose the participants to applications to a wide range of problems, mainly of physical nature.
Application deadline: 15 April 2022
Organizing Committee: Francesco Ginelli (Universita’ dell’Insubria, Como, Italy), Marco Gherardi (Universita’ di Milano, Italy), Guido Tiana (Universita’ di Milano, Italy), Alessandro Laio (SISSA, Trieste, Italy)
The AI&Physics track at the Applied Machine Learning Days 2022 is looking for contributed talks and posters!
Machine Learning and Physics share a long and rich history that led to major developments in both sides. The goal of the AI&Physics track is to keep this synergy going, and to provide a space where researchers from both sides can meet and exchange ideas. We will have the pleasure to hear high-profile invited speakers that will delve into the interplay between AI and Physics, as well as contributed talks and posters. If you think your work fits in, please apply to contribute to our track!
The AI&Physics track will be held in person at the SwissTech Convention Center, EPFL, Lausanne, on the afternoon of March 28th, 2022. We are accepting applications for 15 minute talks and for posters. If you want to apply, follow the link!
Application deadline: Feb 4, 2022.
From 2022 the Mediterranean School of Complex Networks and the International School of Informatics and Dynamics in Complex Networks have joined their forces into a single event. Given the success of the past editions (2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019) of the Mediterranean School of Complex Networks, we call for applications to the 7th Edition in 2022. If you are curious about the past editions, you can find more information in the new "From the School" section of the Journal of Complex Networks: https://doi.org/10.1093/comnet/cny035.
The school will take place in Salina, a small island in the north of Sicily (Italy), on 25 Jun - 02 July 2022.
Registration is mandatory for participants, both in-person and online attendance are allowed: for more information visit the website.
This year, we will grant two scholarships, sponsored by the Complex Systems Society, that will cover the School fee only.
The MDPI journal “Condensed Matter” will sponsor the prizes.
Date: 25 Jun - 02 July 2022
Short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dR1apC8-HZY
Twitter: @MscxNetworks (hashtag #mscx22)
Local Organizing Committee: Serafina Agnello, Riccardo Gallotti (FBK)
Board of Directors: Alex Arenas (URV), Vincenza Carchiolo (UniCT) [Organizer for 2022], Manlio De Domenico (UniPD) [Organizer for 2022], Mattia Frasca (UniCT), Giuseppe Mangioni (UniCT)
Early registration deadline (no payment needed at this stage): 15 March 2022
Notification of Acceptance: 01 April 2022
Registration deadline (payment needed): 01 May 2022
The 47th Conference of the Middle European Cooperation in Statistical Physics - MECO47 will take place in Erice, Italy, from June 12th to June 16th 2022 in hybrid format.
You may choose to participate in person or remotely, indicating your preference on the pre-registration form. The pre-registration and abstract submission phase is now open and you can find the instructions here: https://meco47.sciencesconf.org/
MECO47 in Erice will last 3 full days, with a total of 8 invited talks and ca. 20 contributed talks. A poster session will also be organized. Though keynote speakers are invited to provide an overview on a selection of topics, proposals for contributed talks and posters in all subfields of Statistical Physics are warmly encouraged.
More information: https://meco47.sciencesconf.org/
Deadline for pre-registration and abstract submission: 7th February 2022
Notification of acceptance: 20th February 2022
Deadline for fee payment: 12th March 2022:
Local organizing committee: Pierpaolo Vivo and Gabriele Sicuro (King’s College London), Silvia Bartolucci (University College London), Laura Foini (CNRS IPhT Université Paris-Saclay).
We are pleased to announce a series of online lectures on classical and quantum nonequilibrium thermodynamics from 17th to 28th of January. There will be two lectures each day, starting at 11:00 and at 12:00 (CET). Everyone can follow the upcoming live streams and the recorded videos at the ICTS YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/ICTStalks. Please contact me directly by email if you would prefer to follow the lectures through ZOOM.
This substitutes the scientific program that we initially planned at the ICTS in 2020. For more information about the workshop and the schedule of the lectures, please visit the program webpage https://www.icts.res.in/program/CTQP2022
Data: 13-15 Sept 2021
In 2021 it is forty years after the appearance of the first paper on Stochastic Resonance. Since then, thousands of papers (WOS: 6,968 records, Google Scholar: approx. 40,500 results) have been published on this topic and Stochastic Resonance is nowadays a popular science paradigm and a widespread research subject.
We would like to take the opportunity offered by this anniversary, not only for celebrating this important discovery, with the scientists that mostly contributed over the years to such a great result, starting from Prof. Giorgio Parisi (Chair of the conference), his co-workers, and the many scientists that pioneered this subject, but
also to celebrate the science of noise that the Stochastic Resonance phenomenon largely contributed to disseminate.
SR40 is an international conference that has the ambition to be devoted to all phenomena associated with noise, in general and to Stochastic Resonance, in particular. In fact, SR40 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Noise and Fluctuations, providing a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical applications.
Topics to be discussed at SR40 includes:
SR-related (non-exclusive list):
SR modelling in classical and quantum realm
SR applied to devices
SR in biological and neural systems
SR in economics and econophysics
SR in signal analysis
SR in natural phenomena
The science of noise (non-exclusive list):
Noise in nonlinear dynamical systems
Noise in Energy Harvesting
Noise in Epidemics modelling
Noise in Artificial Intelligence
Noise in structural monitoring
Noise in biological systems
Noise in neural systems
Summer School: Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics XV (FPSP XV), Bruneck, Italy
Data: 11-24 July, 2021
This School is the 15th of a long-standing series of schools aiming at PhD students and junior postdocs. It consists of a number of pedagogical introductions to fundamental areas of statistical physics given by leading experts. The format of the school leaves ample time for discussions and interaction with the speakers and the other participants. All participants are invited to present a poster on their own research.
Organizers: A. Gambassi, A. Rosso, T. Speck
Applications deadline: March 31st, 2021
Data: 22-24 Settembre 2021
46th Conference of the Middle European Cooperation in Statistical Physics (MECO46), 11-13 May 2021, hosted by Riga Technical University (Latvia), online conference
Data: 11-13 May 2021
The conference aims at bringing together theoreticians and experimentalists working in various domains of Statistical Physics and Condensed Matter.
More info and registration: https://meco46.sciencesconf.org/
Info about the MECO conference series: https://sites.google.com/site/mecoconferencephysics/home
Abstract submission deadline: April 12, 2021
Data: 5-12 Settembre 2020
Data: Settembre 2020
Data: 22 Giugno - 3 Luglio 2020
Data: 5-8 Febbraio 2020
Data: 11 - 13 Dicembre 2019
Data: 5-7 Dicembre 2019
Data: 25-27 Novembre 2019
Data: 12-13 Novembre 2019