The 2002 Berkeley Mini Statistical Mechanics Meeting

January 11-13, 2002

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  • This meeting will be the third in the series that has been supported by the Office of Naval Research, Physical Sciences S&T Division the Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire, the European Science Foundation, and SIMU.

    It will be slightly expanded from last year's, to include Sunday morning as well as Friday evening and Saturday. Invited lecture sessions will have 30 minute time slots for each lecturer. These sessions will be in the morning and afternoon of Saturday, January 12 and the morning of Sunday, January 13. 

    Friday evening and, if necessary, Saturday evening are reserved for contributed presentations. Each contributed presentation will have a poster display and a two minute oral summary/advertisement. 

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the meeting on both Saturday and Sunday. For evening meals, the participants will be free to sample the the many superb restaurants in the Berkeley and San Francisco area. Please view David Chandler's recommendations on several restaurants. 

    Invited Speakers
    This next year's list of lecturers includes Hans Andersen (Stanford), Jean-Louis Barrat (Lyon), Bruce Berne (Columbia), Kurt Binder (Mainz), Peter Bolhuis (Amsterdam), Arup Chakraborty (UC Berkeley), Michael Deem (UCLA), Juan Pedro Garrahan (Oxford), Daan Frenkel (Amsterdam), Ray Kapral (Toronto), Mehran Kardar (MIT), Walter Kob (Montpellier), Roger Loring (Cornell), Michel Mareschal (Lyon), Mark Newman (Santa Fe), Joerg Schmalian (Ames) and David Weitz (Harvard).

    Other functionaries will include Giovanni Ciccotti (Rome), Michael Klein (Philadelphia) and John Weeks (Maryland).

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