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2018 Leuven Summer school on nonequilibrium physics

Dates: 28 May - 1 June 2018
Location: KU Leuven, Campus Arenberg (building 200D)
Organizer: Institute for Theoretical Physics - Contact: Pierre de Buyl
Registration: Registration is closed.

Our summer school aims at providing a coverage of modern nonequilibrium statistical physics across classical and quantum systems. Our lectures are intended for students and researchers in the broad field of statistical physics: driven stochastic processes, relaxation in condensed matter systems, self-propelled particles, molecular simulations, soft-matter experimentalists, etc.

The summer school is supported financially by the Arenberg Doctoral School.


  1. What is (non)equilibrium, static and dynamical aspects, and their problems.
    Christian Maes
  2. Fluctuation-response theory, Entropic/Frenetic aspects: the physics of large deviations.
    Christian Maes
  3. Computational models for nonequilibrium.
    Pierre de Buyl
  4. Modern topics in quantum nonequilibrium theory.
    Wojciech De Roeck

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