Professor Uwe Täuber, from Virginia Tech, is visiting the Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics (CFTC) for the summer. During his visit, Professor Täuber will be lecturing a four-day advanced course on Critical Dynamics with the following program:
Day 1: Near-equilibrium critical dynamics, relaxational kinetics, phase transitions and critical phenomena;
Day 2: Relaxational models, non-equilibrium critical relaxation, coupling to conserved energy density;
Day 3: Reversible mode couplings, isotropic ferromagnets, driven systems displaying generic scale invariance;
Day 4: Non-equilibrium phase transition in the driven Ising lattice gas, driven interfaces and KPZ equation.
You are all invited.
It will be a unique opportunity to learn from an expert on topics such as phase transitions, dynamic scaling in systems near and far from equilibrium, and more.
Please, register here.
Schedule: 18, 19, 25, and 27 of June (10:30-12:00)
Location: C8 building room 1.4.14