Freezing and Entropy of the Log-correlated Random fields

Flora Koukiou (Cergy–Pontoise University)

Tue May 30, 14:00-15:00 (11 days ago)

Abstract: Freezing is a concept that was introduced more than thirty years ago and has since been studied in the context of statistical mechanics and, more recently, has been related to multifractality and extreme value statistics. In this talk, after a short survey, we define freezing in relation to the behaviour of the entropy of the Gibbs measures for several mean-field models.

mathematical physics

Audience: researchers in the discipline

One world IAMP mathematical physics seminar

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Organizers: Margherita Disertori, Ian Jauslin, Kasia Rejzner*, Hal Tasaki*
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