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Workshops Archive 2022

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Fifth Plenary Workshop of the Muon g-2 Theory Initiative

The Fifth Plenary Workshop of the Muon g-2 Theory Initiative will be held at the University of Edinburgh from 5th to 9th of September 2022. We currently plan to hold the workshop as a full in-person meeting, and we will continue to monitor the situation of the global pandemic in ...
  • James Clerk Maxwell Building

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Physics by the Lake 2022

Physics by the Lake is the UK national summer school on theoretical condensed matter physics, aimed at PhD students towards the end of their first year. While geared towards UK students, we welcome participants worldwide. It is organised by the Institute of Physics (IOP) Theory of Condensed Matter group. It ...
  • University of Stirling

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International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics 2022

The 51st edition of the ISMD conference series, ISMD 2022, will be held at Atholl Palace in Pitlochry, pictured below. As always, it will bring together physicists from across particle, nuclear and astro-physics for talks and discussions on all aspects and consequences of the strong nuclear force and complex final ...

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Analogue models of gravity and fluctuation-induced phenomena

The workshop is multidisciplinary and aims to bring together researchers both from the gravity/high energy and condensed matter communities. The topic of the workshop falls within the broad research field of non-equilibrium quantum fields and fluctuations induced phenomena, which include Hawking radiation and dynamical Casimir effect. Participants will discuss ...
  • Higgs Centre Seminar Room, JCMB

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QED in Weak Decays

This workshop aims to bring together both experimental and theoretical experts working on QED corrections specifically to weak decays. The goal of this workshop is twofold. First, theorists working with methods of scalar QED, light-cone sum rules, chiral perturbation theory, SCET and lattice methods all have different ways of tackling ...
  • Higgs Centre Seminar Room, JCMB

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Statistical mechanical theories of emergence in biological systems

Much current research in biophysics and systems biology focuses on the behaviour of large assemblies of cells and bacteria, ranging up to flocks and swarms and down to the molecular scale. A complete understanding demands a firm theoretical underpinning, similar to that achieved for physical systems at equilibrium. Progress towards ...
  • Higgs Centre Seminar Room, JCMB

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Physics of Life Summer School: Interdisciplinary Challenges for Early Career Researchers in Non-Equilibrium Physics III

​Non-equilibrium processes play important roles at many length scales, from controlling chromatin interactions within a cell nucleus to governing the collective dynamics of fish schools. This Summer School will bring together early career researchers and students working across these scales. By identifying common insights between disciplines, this meeting aims to ...
  • James Clerk Maxwell Building

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Biophysics of Topological Olympic Networks

Olympic gels are “mythological beasts” in soft matter and material science. Hypothesised by P.G. de Gennes in the 1980s by topologically interlinking ring-shaped polymers, they are extremely challenging to synthesise chemically. Recently, physicists realised that Olympic gels existed in nature for millions of years. Discovered in the 1970s by ...
  • Higgs Centre Seminar Room, JCMB