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In recent years the need to include stochastic effects in the modelling of realistic material behaviour has become widely recognized in the physics and materials community, but implementing this idea poses formidable challenging both for theory and for computations. At the same time there has been large progress in the mathematical analysis of stochastic processes. However, the interaction between these developments has not been as strong as one would have hoped, partly due to a strong language barrier.



Stefan Adams

Jean-Bernard Bru

Wei Cai

Tim Conrad

Sergio Conti

Antonio DeSimone

Elmar Diederichs

Nicolas Dirr

Evelyn Dittmer

Weinan E

Alexander Fischer

Günther Grün

Natalie Grunewald

Carsten Hartmann

Illia Horenko

Biswajit Karmakar

John Maddocks

Eike Meerbach

Phillip Metzner

Stefan Müller

Oliver Penrose

Maria Reznikoff

Christof Schütte

Lev Truskinovsky

Eric Vanden-Eijnden

Eduard Vives

Jessika Walter

Scientific Organizers

Weinan E

Princeton University

Stefan Müller

Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig

Eric Vanden-Eijnden

New York University

Administrative Contact

Katja Bieling

Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences Contact via Mail