The conference aims to bring together scientists working on various aspects of transport phenomena in complex environments not only in physics but also in biology, traffic etc. We believe that recent techniques developed in each discipline can find application in other apparently different domains. Having knowledge of them provides a universal framework to understand the transportation behaviour of a variety of complex systems on a variety of spatiotemporal scales. Through the interaction of participants from different backgrounds, we expect important stimuli for the research in the field. Prominent researchers from physics and related interdisciplinary fields will participate. This will give a broad overview of the field, its main recent advancements and achievements, methods and applications. The conference deals with a selection of most recent techniques developments and cutting-edge scientific research topics within the general area of transport phenomena in complex environments from colloids up to macroscopic objects s such vehicles. The scientific program of the conference will offer an overview of the latest scientific advances in four major topics:
- Transport and diffusion in inhomogeneous media
- Driven and confined colloidal systems
- Urban traffic: vehicular, pedestrians, metro and bus lines
- Self-propelled particles and active matter
In this conference, we will provide an ample opportunity to exchange points of view, to promote contacts and new collaborations among researchers working on transport phenomena in different inter-disciplinary areas of complex systems. We aim to create a unique forum for debate that can help to provide answers about the novel approaches and methodologies induced by drive-in systems out of equilibrium at all scales. Our participants, including prominent researchers in the areas of transport phenomena in nonequilibrium statistical physics, will be young scientists and postdocs working in the domain of driven systems.
Organising and Scientific Committee
- Ebrahim Foulaadvand (U. Zanjan, Iran)
- Hartmut Löwen (U. Düsseldorf, Germany)
- Andreas Schadschneider (U. Köln, Germany)
Regular participants: 600 Euro
Students, postdocs and participants from developing countries: 500 Euro
Registration fee includes access to all sessions, accommodation, meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner), coffee breaks, excursion, social dinner, return ground transportation from Palermo or Trapani airports to conference venue, free WiFi and conference materials. For participants who do not need accommodation, the registration fee will be 350 (regular) and 300 (students, post docs and participants from developing countries). For further details please go to Accommodation & Environment.
Please pay the conference fee by bank transfer to:
HOLDER: Fondazione Ettore Majorana e Centro di Cultura Scientifica
BANK: Unicredit Private Banking S.p.A.
BRANCH NAME: 07858 TRAPANI
STREET: Via Garibaldi 9 – 91100 Trapani, Italy
IBAN: IT 47 I 02008 16407 000600000655
BIC SWIFT: UNCRITMM
Send a copy of your bank transfer to the conference email TPCE19@psi.ir
Registration is closed now.
You are invited to submit your abstract to the TPCE19 conference by August 1st, 2019. All accepted abstracts will be presented at the conference as an oral or poster contributions. Authors of the accepted abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper to the conference proceedings that will appear as an special in journal Collective Dynamics.
Please send a one-page abstract (word format) to TPCE19@psi.ir no later than 1st of August, 2019. The abstract should include the
- Registration Deadline: 18 August 2019
- Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 August 2019
- Abstract Acceptance Notification: 15 August 2019
- Arrival Day:2 September 2019
- Conference: 3-5 September 2019
- Departure Day: 6 September 2019