Macroscopic Behavior of Deterministic Systems

September 9, 2024 - September 12, 2024


Carlangelo Liverani
University of Tor Vergata and Maryland
Stefano Olla
University of Paris Dauphine and GSSI l'Aquila

The dynamics of the world can be described in many different mathematical ways. In particular, macroscopically as the evolution of a continuous medium via partial differential equations or integral equations, or microscopically via the evolution of its constituents (molecules, atoms, etc.). The compatibility of such different descriptions is a wide-open mathematical problem. This Workshop aims to bring together people working on such problems from many different angles to promote exchanges of ideas and the opening of new lines of research.


  • Peter Balint, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Giulia Basti, Gran Sasso Science Institute
  • Giovanni Canestrari, Univeristy of Roma Tor Vergata
  • Serena Cenatiempo, Gran Sasso Science Institute
  • Stefan De Bievre, Université de Lille
  • Wojciech De Roeck, Katholieke Universiteit
  • Jacopo De Simoi, University of Toronto
  • Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland
  • Benjamin Doyon, King's College
  • Gregory Eyink, John Hopkins University
  • Pablo Ferrari, Universidad de Buenos Aires
  • Nicholas Fleming, University of Toronto
  • Lydia Giacomin, University of Paris Dauphine
  • François Huveneers, King's College
  • Alessandra Iacobucci, University of Paris Dauphine
  • Tomasz Komorowski, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Joel Lebowitz, Rurgers University
  • Garrido Pedro, Universidad de Granada
  • Antonio Ponno, University of Padua
  • Castorrini Roberto, University of Pisa
  • Hayate Suda, Keio University
  • Domokos Szasz, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Balint Toth, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics and University of Bristol
  • Lai-Sang Young, New York University