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                        SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
                91st STATISTICAL MECHANICS CONFERENCE
               RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, HILL CENTER, ROOM 114
              SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 16-18, 2004


Dear Colleague:

        I send you a tentative schedule and a response form for the
next statistical mechanics meeting.  I would appreciate it if you
respond promptly, indicating whether you would like to present a talk
and what meals you are likely to take.  In particular we need to make
arrangements for the Saturday night dinner and Sunday banquet as soon
as possible.

        You many also register on the web site:

        http://www.math.rutgers.edu/events/smm/index.html

where additional information, including some abstracts, are available.

        The "official" motel for the meeting is as usual the Howard
Johnson Express Inn (formerly the Econolodge).  Prices are $60.00 + 6%
tax for a single room, and $65.00 + 6% tax for two people in a room.
Their phone number is 732-828-8000.  There are also other (more
expensive) hotels available.  These, as well as additional information
about the meeting, including a list of those registered, can be found
at our web site.

    To make hotel reservations please indicate your requests on the
response form and we will confirm.  If you want to make reservations
on your own, the web site of the Howard Johnson Motel in New Brunswick
is: www.hojo.com.

        Looking very much forward to seeing you here,

                With all best wishes,


                                                Joel Lebowitz


Professor Joel L. Lebowitz                       [log in para visualizar]
Center for Mathematical Sciences Research        FAX:    732-445-4936
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey      PHONE:  732-445-3117/3923
110 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ  08854-8019




                91st STATISTICAL MECHANICS CONFERENCE
               RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, HILL CENTER, ROOM 114
              SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 16-18, 2004



SUNDAY, MAY 16, 2004

  8:00 -  9:00  Breakfast and Registration

  9:00 -  9:20  C.K. Hu, Academia Sinica, [log in para visualizar]
                 Exact Finite-Size Corrections for Critical Ising and
                 Dimer Models

  9:20 -  9:40  L. Blum, University of Puerto Rico, [log in para visualizar]
                Analytical Theory of Liquid Water: A Phase Transition
                 with Potential Interest in Biology

  9:40 - 10:00  F. Stillinger, Princeton University, [log in para visualizar]
                Pair Correlation Function Realizability Problems

10:00 - 10:20  P. Debenedetti, Princeton University, [log in para visualizar]
                Energy Landscape Statistics

10:20 - 10:50  Coffee

10:50 - 11:10  G. Slade, University of British Columbia, [log in para visualizar]
                 Phase Transition in High-Dimensional Networks

11:10 - 11:30  S. Havlin, Bar Ilan University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Structure and Stability of Complex Networks

11:30 - 11:50  M. Newman, University of Michigan, [log in para visualizar]
                 The Statistical Mechanics of Networks

11:50 - 12:30  D. Chandler, University of California, Berkeley,
                [log in para visualizar]
                Geometry and Dynamic Scaling of Structural Glass Formers

12:30 -  1:50  Lunch

  1:50 -  2:10  O. Penrose, Heriot-Watt University, UK, [log in para visualizar]
                 Statistical Mechanics of Two-Dimensional Turbulence

  2:10 -  2:30  Y. Sinai, Princeton University, [log in para visualizar]
                 New Results from Mathematical Hydrodynamics

  2:30 -  2:50  C. Newman, NYU/Courant Institute, [log in para visualizar]
                 The Full Scaling Limit of 2D Critical Percolation

  2:50 -  3:10  M. Magnasco, Rockefeller University,
                [log in para visualizar]
                Virtual Gating in the Nuclear Pore Complex

  3:10 -  3:30  W. W. Webb, Cornell University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Biomolecular Dynamic Fluctuations: Single Enzyme Kinetics
                 and Membrane Receptor Mobility

  3:30 -  4:00  Coffee

  4:00 -  4:20  A. Sengupta, Rutgers University, [log in para visualizar]
                Specificity of Protein-DNA Interaction in Transcription
                Control:  Physics, Evolution and Bioinformatics

  4:20 -  4:40  R. da Silveira, Harvard University, [log in para visualizar]
                Minimal Paths in a Model Cortex

  4:40 -  5:00  S. Solla, Northwestern University, [log in para visualizar]
                Self-Sustained Activity and Failure in a Small-World Network of
                 Excitable Neurons

  5:00 -  5:40  W. Bialek, Princeton University, [log in para visualizar]
                Which Bits Does the Brain Use?

  5:50          COCKTAIL PARTY, FOLLOWED BY A PIANO RECITAL
                  BY RENANA GUTTMAN at 7:00 PM

                  SPONSORED BY KLUWER ACADEMIC/PLENUM PUBLISHERS
                OF THE JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
                ALL ARE INVITED

  7:45          BANQUET DINNER (Reservations Required)
                (with celebrations of several special birthdays)

MONDAY, MAY 17, 2004

  8:00 -  8:30  Breakfast and Registration

  8:30 -  9:50  Short Talks, Session A

  9:50 - 10:10  D. Vanderbilt, Rutgers University, [log in para visualizar]
                Electronic Structure of an Insulator in a Finite
                 Electric Field:  What to Do When There Is No Ground State

10:10 - 10:30  S. Sachdev, Yale University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Breakdown of the Landau-Ginzburg-Wilson Paradigm at
                 Quantum Phase Transitions

10:30 - 11:00  Coffee

11:00 - 11:40  A. Libchaber, Rockefeller University,
                [log in para visualizar]
                 Techniques from Physics, Problems from Biology

11:40 - 12:30  Human Rights and Social Responsibilities of Scientists

12:30 -  1:50  Lunch

  1:50 -  2:30  R. W. Kenyon, Princeton University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Limit Shapes and Fluctuations of Crystalline Surfaces

  2:30 -  2:50  V.B.Priezzhev, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia,
                [log in para visualizar]
                 Exact Nonstationary Probabilities in the Asymmetric Exclusion
                 Process on a Ring

  2:50 -  3:10  P. Chandra, Rutgers University, [log in para visualizar]
                Relaxation in a Simple Quantum Spin System

  3:10 -  3:30  A. Neimark, TRI/Princeton, [log in para visualizar]
                 Phase Transitions and Nucleation in Finite Volumes

  3:30 -  4:00  Coffee

  4:00 -  4:20  C. Marchetti, Syracuse University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Hydrodynamic Instabilities in Motor-Microtubules Mixtures

  4:20 -  4:40  M. Shelley, NYU/Courant, [log in para visualizar]
                Computing Suspensions of Elastic Fibers

  4:40 -  5:20  E. Siggia, Rockefeller University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Evolution and Development: What can Physics Contribute

  5:20 -  6:00  D. Fisher, Harvard University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Evolution: Is ANYTHING Understood Quantitatively?

  6:00 -  8:00  Cocktails and Dinner

  8:00 -  8:45  S. Leibler, Rockefeller University, [log in para visualizar]
                On Cellular Switches, Gates and Clocks

  8:45 -  9:30  What Can Statistical Mechanics Do for Biology?  A Discussion.
               M. E. Fisher, Chair.  Participants include:  E. Siggia
                and W. W. Webb.





TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2004

  8:00 -  8:30  Breakfast and Registration

  8:30 - 10:00  Short talks, Session B

10:00 - 10:20  G. Forgacs, University of Missouri, [log in para visualizar]
                Directing the Sell-Assembly of Cells and Tissues into
                Organ Modules by Exploiting Their Physical Properties

10:20 - 10:50  Coffee

10:50 - 11:10  S. Redner, Boston University, [log in para visualizar]
                Dynamics of Consensus and Contention in Interacting
                 Spin Systems

11:10 - 11:50  G. Lawler, Cornell University, [log in para visualizar]
                 Brownian Loops and Central Charge

11:40 - 12:30  S. Torquato, Princeton University,
                [log in para visualizar]
                Local Density Fluctuations, Hyperuniformity, and Order Metrics

12:30 -  1:50  Lunch

  1:50 -  2:10  L. Berlyand , Penn State, [log in para visualizar]
                 Ginzburg-Landau Minimizers with Prescribed Degrees in
                 Perforated   Domains.  Capacity of the Domain and
                 Emergence of Vortices

  2:10 -  2:30  I. V. Lebed, Central Aero Hydrodynamic Institute, Russia
               [log in para visualizar]
                The Pair Functions Theory in Hydrodynamics

  2:30 -  2:50  J. Wang, SUNY at Stony Brook/Citigroup, [log in para visualizar]
                 Energy Landscape and Specificity of Biomolecular Bindings

  2:50 -  3:10  D. Saakian, [log in para visualizar]
                 Exact Solution of Evolution Models

  3:10 -  4:00  Short Talks, Session C





                91th STATISTICAL MECHANICS CONFERENCE
               RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, HILL CENTER, ROOM 114
              SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 16-18, 2004

                *** Please return this page only ***



NAME:______________________________AFFILIATION:________________________________


1.  I plan to attend all days[ ]; Sun. only [ ]; Mon. only [ ]; Tue. only [ ]

2.  Please remove my name from the mailing list [   ]

3.  MEALS:
             ____ Saturday - Dinner at a local restaurant
             ____ Sunday   - Lunch ($10.00)
             ____ Sunday   - Cocktails and Banquet ($40.00)
             ____ Monday   - Lunch ($10.00)
             ____ Monday   - Cocktails and Dinner ($25.00)
            ____ Tuesday  - Lunch ($10.00)

4.  I would like to present a talk:

     Title,Author(s) & Affiliation (use ***for author presenting talk)
     (Visual Aids not available)




     I can talk in any session ___
     I strongly prefer to talk in Session A (Monday)__,
     Session B (Tuesday morning)____, Session C (Tuesday afternoon) ____

5.  I need a parking permit[   ]; additional travel information[   ]

6.  I have available ___    I need ___   (type of position)
     These will be listed in the program

     ________________________________________________________

7.  Please make reservations for me at the Howard Johnson for
     the following days:

     May 15 ____   May 16 ____    May 17 ____    May 18 ____

     I do ___    I do not ___  wish to share my room

8.  Please put the following person(s) on the EMAIL/mailing list:

     ________________________________________________________

REGISTRATION FEE: $50.00 one day/$80.00 two days/$100.00 all days.

The registration fee covers Breakfast (juice, coffee, rolls). Rutgers people,
graduate students NOT ON GRANTS, and scientists unemployed during the past
year are exempt from registration fee.

PAYMENTS:  Please note that we cannot unfortunately accept credit cards.
Checks should be made payable to Rutgers University


Professor Joel L. Lebowitz                      [log in para visualizar]
Director                                        fax:    732-445-4936
Center for Mathematical Sciences Research       phone:  732-445-3117/3923
Rutgers, The State University
110 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ  08854-8019

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