Wolfhard Janke

Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Leipzig

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Martin Weigel

Applied Mathematics Research Centre, Coventry University

We are working on a number of problems mostly in classical statistical physics and condensed matter theory with a focus on cutting-edge numerical simulation and optimization techniques. Specifically, we are interested in systems whose thermodynamics is dominated by the effects of disorder and frustration, such as specifically spin glasses, random-field systems, random networks, membranes and random-surface models, but also some field-theoretic topics such as discrete approaches to quantum gravity. For details, please take a look at the research section.
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Serguei Nechaev

Universite Paris Sud

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Mikhail Tamm

Moscow State University

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Rudolf A. Hanel

Medical University of Vienna

Rudolf Hanel's current interests aim at a thorough understanding of non equilibrium processes, their thermodynamic properties and associated phase transitions, and tipping phenomena, i.e. leaps of creative destruction in the evolution of complex non equilibrium systems, and to bring these tools to practical use, for instance in the analysis of genetic regulatory data.
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Jaroslav Ilnytsky

Institute for Condensed Matter Physics of NAS of Ukraine

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