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Stochastic dynamics: models and applications

International Center for Advanced Studies, Buenos Aires, Argentina
20th to 22nd March 2017

This meeting brings together international scientists working on the modelling and applications of stochastic processes in the sciences and related field. Apart from exchanging scientific ideas the purpose is also to explore the potential for future collaborations and common international grant applications.

Adrián Budini, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas, Centro Atomico Bariloche, Argentina
Florencia Carusela, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Conicet, Argentina
Angel Plastino, Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Prov. de Buenos Aires (UNNOBA), Argentina
Ralf Metzler, Institute for Physics & Astronomy, University of Potsdam, Germany


Carsten Beta, Potsdam, Germany, A bacterial swimmer with decisional freedom between two alternative movement strategies
Adrián Budini, Bariloche, Argentina, Weak ergodicity breaking induced by global memory effects
Krzysztof Burnecki, Wroclaw, Poland, Testing of fractional dynamics: ARFIMA modelling
Florencia Carusela, Buenos Aires, Argentino, Entropic transport in pulsating confinements
Silvina Ponce Dawson, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Stochastic processing and reproducible responses in living systems
Stefan Egelhaaf, Düsseldorf, Germany, Brownian particles in random potential energy landscapes
Diego Krapf, Fort Collins CO, USA, Proteins in the plasma membrane undergo diffusion in a fractal environment
Katja Lindenberg, San Diego CA, USA, Arrays of coupled two-state (on-of) oscillators
Michael Lomholt, Odense, Denmark, Bayesian analysis of DNA unfolding in nanochannels
Ralf Metzler, Potsdam, Germany, Anomalous diffusion in membranes and cytoplasm of biologigal cells
Alejandro Gabriel Monastra, Los Polvorines, Argentina, Characterization of microtubules buckling in living cells
Fernando Albuquerque Oliveira, Brasilia, Brazil, Universal and exact exponents for cellular automata growth models
Gleb Oshanin, Paris, France, Diffusive escape through a narrow opening: new insights into a classic problem
Arkady Pikovsky, Potsdam, Germany, Noise versus coupling in oscillator populations
Angel Plastino, Buenos Aires, Argentina, From the nonlinear Fokker Planck equation to the Vlasov equation and back
Günter Radons, Chemnitz, Germany, Deterministic diffusion of dissipative solitons
Rina Schumer, Reno NV, USA, Detection of time-dependent external fields in aged systems
Daniel Schwartz, Boulder CO, USA, Confined transport of molecules and nanoparticles
Flavio Seno, Padova, Italy, Brownian yet non-Gaussian diffusion: from superstatistics to subordination of diffusing diffusivities
Gary Slater, Ottawa, Canada, A Physically motivated and improved fitting function to analyze the performance of diffusion-controlled drug delivery systems: Going beyond the Weibull function
Andrew Spakowitz, Stanford CA, USA, Chromosomal organization and dynamics in a crowded cellular environment
Oleg Vasilyev, Stuttgart, Germany, Survival of a lazy evasive prey: Modest effort, high success
Roseli S. Wedemann, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , Nonlinear Fokker-Planck Equations with drift fields not arising from a potential
Pascal Viot, Paris, France, Clogging and filtration in microchannels: from solvable models to simulation of microscopic models
Aleksander Weron, Wroclaw, Poland, Fractional anomalous diffusion: Testing ergodicity breaking for SPT data


Diego Gastán Bussandri, Córdoba, Argentina, A new non-commutativity measure of quantum discord
Rogelma Maria da Silva Ferreira, Bahia, Brazil, Pattern transitions and complexity for a nonlocal logistic map
Romina Llubaroff, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Fluctuation-induced forces between rings threaded around a polymer chain under tension
Julián Facundo Martínez, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Branching Brownian particles with spatial selection and the KPP equation
Leonardo Esteban Riveaud, Córdoba, Argentina, A generalized measure of distinction between probability distributions from entropies
Alejandra C. Ventura, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Cell surface receptors improve their signaling properties when working far from steady-state: a mathematical/computational study


Susana Hernández, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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This event has a limited capacity. Should the maximum number of participants be reached the registration will be closed before that date.


20th March 21st March22nd March
09:00 - 09:30BetaMetzlerWeron
09:30 - 10:00PlastinoSchumerOshanin
10:00 - 10:30KrapfDawsonEgelhaaf
10:30 - 11:00Coffee break
11:30 - 12:00LindenbergSlaterLomholt
12:00 - 12:30RadonsMonastraOliveira
12:30 - 13:00BurneckiPikovsky
13:00 - 13:30BudiniSeno
13:30 - 15:00Lunch & discussions
15:00 - 15:30CaruselaSchwartz
15:30 - 16:00ViotSpakowitz
16:00 - 16:30WedemannVasilyev
17:00 - 18:30Posters & Discussions

The following are the hotels with a corporative agreements with the hosting institute, ICAS-UNSAM. To make reservations, participants should quote "ICAS-UNSAM Workshop on Stochastic Dynamics". The hotels offer a corporate rate.