Seminar at the RIMS of Kyoto University
Applications of RG Methods in Mathematical Sciences
2011 September 12 (Mon) - 2011 September 14 (Wed)

Res. Inst. Math. Sci.
of Kyoto University
Room No.420

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Scope of the Symposium :

A seminar on Applications of the Renormalization Group (RG) Methods in Mathematical Sciences is to be hold at the Research Institute for Mathmatical Sciences (RIMS) of Kyoto University, from September 12h, 2011 through September 14th, 2011. This seminar is planned to cover recent topics in Mathematical Sciences in which renormalization group methods are used paractically or conceptually. Anyone who is interested in is welcome to the seminar, and who intends to give a talk is encouradged to contact us soon. At present (August 22, 2011), the following people give lectures in the seminar:

Lecturer University/Institute Title Date & Time of the Lecture
T. Sasamoto Chiba A Replica analysis of the 1D KPZ equatiosns [abstract] Sept 12, 13:00-13:50
S.Watanabe Gunma Temperature dependence of the solution to the BCS gap equation [abstract] Sept 12, 14:00-14:50
T. Takaesu Kyushu Functional Integral Representation for relativistic Schroedinger operator coupled to a scalar Bose field [abstract] Sept 12, 15:00-15:50
Y. Ito Tokushima Angular Momentum and its expectation value [abstract] Sept 12, 16:00-16:50
C.Newman Courant Inst. (NYU) Ground State of the Two-Dimensional Spin Glass [abstract] Sept 13, 10:00-10:50
P.Contucci Bologna Stability of the Spin Glass Phase under Perturbations [abstract] Sept 13, 11:00-11:50
K.R.Ito Setsunan RG flow of 2D O(N) spin models and absence of phase transitions [abstract] Sept 13, 13:00--13:50
T.Kunihiro Kyoto Derivation of Relativistic Hydrodynamic Equation for a Viscous Fluid Based on the RG Method [abstract] Sept 13, 14:00--14:50
F.Hiroshima Kyushu Spectrum of a scalar quantum field model on a Lorenztian manifold [abstract] Sept 13, 15:00-15:50
I. Sasaki Sinshu Enhanced Binding for the semi-relativistic Nelson Model [abstract] Sept 13, 16:00--16:50
R.Sun NUS, Singapore Brownian Web in the Scaling Limit of Supercritical Oriented Percolation in Dimension 1+1 [abstract] Sept 14, 10:00--10:50
C.Giardina Modena Exactly solvable models of heat conduction [abstract] Sept 14, 11:00--11:50
F.Camia VU Amsterdam Critical Ising Models and Measure Ensembles [abstract] Sept 14, 13:00--13:50
M.Takei, Y.Higuchi Osaka Electro-Commu. Univ., Kobe Scaling Relation for percolation in the 2D high temperature Ising Model [abstract] Sept 14, 14:00--14:50
N.Yoshida Kyoto Linear Stochastic Growth Model [abstract] Sept 14, 15:00--15:50
TBA TBA Open Problems in the Future (provisional) Sept 14, 16:00--16:50

To Speakers: We are very much obliged if you could send us 1 or 2 pages of the abstrat of your talk. (Abstracts are distributed to the participants.)
We plan to publish proceedings. The deadline for for your contribution is December 31, 2011.

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Photographs taken in the Welcome Party (September 12, 2011)
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Past Seminars and Contributed Papers
Institute for Fundamental Sciences
Setsunan University
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Prof. Sakai Akira 
Dept.of Mathematics 
Hokkaido University 
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