Effective theories in classical and quantum particle systems

(June 18 – June 23, 2023)

Beyond Bogoliubov Dynamics

by Peter Pickl (Universität Tüblingen)

Instability and non-uniqueness for the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations

by Maria Colombo (EPFL)

Stability and singular limits in plasma Physics

by Mikaela Iacobelli (ETH Zurich) 

Landau and LFD operators,

by Laurent Desvillettes (IMJ-PRG)

Renormalized Bogoliubov Theory for the Nelson Model

by Nikolai Leopold (University of Basel)

On the emergence of Quantum Boltzmann dynamics in boson and fermion gases

by Thomas Chen (University of Texas at Austin)

The free energy of the dilute Bose gas at low temperatures

by Arnaud Triay (LMU Munich)

On the low density Fermi gas in three dimensions 

by Emanuela L. Giacomelli (LMU Munich)


Effective description of particle suspensions in fluids 

by Mitia Duerinckx (Université libre de Bruxelles)

Quasi-classical limit and ultraviolet renormalization in the Nelson Model

by Michele Correggi (Politecnico di Milano)

Ground state energy and effective mass of a strongly coupled polaron

by Robert Seiringer (IST Austria)

KAM tori for the Nonlinear Klein Gordon equation in the non relativistic limit

by Dario Bambusi (Università di Milano)

Correlation energy of the electron gas in the mean-field regime

by Christian Hainzl (LMU Munich)

Convergence of a dilute gas to the fluctuating Boltzmann equation

by Thierry Bodineau (CNRS & IHES)

Interacting Fermions beyond Hartree-Fock theory 

by Niels Benedikter (University of Milano)

Dynamics of extended Fermi gases at high densities

by Benjamin Schlein (University of Zurich)

Fluctuations of N-Particle Quantum Dynamics around the Gross-Pitaevskii Equation

by Cristina Caraci (University of Zurich)

On the Smoluchowski equation for aggregation phenomena under non-equilibrium conditions

by Alessia Nota (University of l’Aquila)

Quantum Klimontovich Solutions and the Mean-Field Limit in Quantum Mechanics

by François Golse (Ecole Polytechnique & CMLS)