We cordially invite you to the second Workshop on Stochastic Thermodynamics (WOST II). It will be hosted by the Santa Fe Institute, next May 17 - May 21, with a day of tutorials on May 13. This workshop will be held entirely online and is free to attend for everyone.
Stochastic thermodynamics has revolutionized our understanding of far-from-equilibrium statistical physics over the last few decades, and continues to result in deep, powerful results ranging from fluctuation theorems over speed-limit theorems to thermodynamic uncertainty relations. With this new series of online workshops we aim to give a wide-ranging cross-section of the stochastic thermodynamics community a platform to present and discuss their current research. To encourage participation of junior researchers and researchers from other fields, the workshop will include a day of tutorials whose aim is to familiarize them with the main ideas in the field. To allow junior researchers to present their work, the workshop will include a series of 10 minute lightning talks.
More information, including a call for submission for lightning talks: https://wiki.santafe.edu/index.php/Stochastic_Thermodynamics_II
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
WOST II organizing committee
Velimir Ilic, Christopher Jarzynski, Gülce Kardeş, Jan Korbel, Thomas Ouldridge, Jenny Poulton, Saar Rahav, Udo Seifert, Henrik Wilming, David Wolpert, Cigdem Yalcin
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