Boulder School 2001: Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics: Glasses, transport & friction, biological systems, and turbulence

July 2-27, 2001

Scientific Coordinators:

E. Bodenschatz (Cornell)
M. C. Marchetti (Syracuse)
A. A. Middleton (Syracuse)

Site Coordinator: Leo Radzihovsky

The Boulder 2001 summer school aims to give attendees exposure to some of the most vital experimental and theoretical areas of study in the area of nonequilibrium statistical physics.

Public lectures:

David Weitz, Harvard University at 7:30PM, Thursday, July 5, G1B20 Duane Physics Building, “Squishy Physics: How Foam Flows, Jello Gels and Sand Slips”

Nigel Goldenfeld, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign & Numerix at 7:30 PM, Monday, July 23, “My Manhattan Project: A Physicist’s Adventure on Wall Street”

Confirmed list of 2001 lecturers and seminar speakers:

Eva Andrei, Rutgers University (S)
Robert Behringer, Duke University
Shobo Bhattacharya, NEC Research(S)
Mark Bowick, Syracuse University (S)
Alan Bray, University of Manchester
Noel Clark, University of Colorado (S)
Pierre Coullet, INLN
Leticia Cugliandolo, LPTENS (S)
Karin Dahmen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jim Dieterich, U.S. Geological Survey (S)
Daniel Fisher, Harvard University
Nigel Goldenfeld, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign & Numerix
Ray Goldstein, University of Arizona
Mark Goulian, University of Pennsylvania
Jorge Kurchan, École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles
Herbert Levine, University of California, San Diego
Per Nordblad, Uppsala University
Mark Robbins, Johns Hopkins University
Jim Sethna, Cornell University
Koen Visscher, University of Arizona
David Weitz, Harvard University

(S) Seminar or short lecture series