Summer school: Active matter and non-equilibrium statistical physics

Summer school
August 27, 2018 - September 21, 2018
Active matter constitutes a novel, rapidly growing field, which attracts scientists from very different and independent scientific communities, in applied mathematics, chemistry, physics — from statistical mechanics theoreticians to soft-matter experimentalists —, or biology—from molecular scales up to animals and populations. Recent progress thus emerges from studies that have been performed from very different perspectives and communities. For this school, we have gathered both experts from the subfields that make up the Active Matter community (statistical mechanics, hydrodynamics, soft matter, theory & experiments, simulators) and leading experts in the surrounding field of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, to provide world-class training in the methods that are currently used in and around active matter. The purpose of this school is thus to provide the audience both with a solid training in all the basic methods of non-equilibrium physics and to expose them to the recent trends in the Active Mat
Summer school organized by:

Gerhard GOMPPER, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
M Cristina MARCHETTI, Syracuse University, USA
Julien TAILLEUR, Université Paris Diderot, CNRS, France
Julia YEOMANS, University of Oxford, UK

The full cost per participant, including housing, meals and the book of lecture notes
is 1800€.
For more information, please check the Summer school's website.

The applications are now closed.
The recommendation letter can also be sent to in which case you will have to attached on your application form a page saying that your recommendation letter will  be sent directly to the above email address in order to submit your form.

Please note that answers to applicants will be given by the 12th of June.

To download the School's poster, please click here.
Published on  November 15, 2017
Updated on  August 13, 2020