Disordered and Complex Systems, 10-14 July 2000
Poster Presentations (the Council Room)


Monday 10 July and Tuesday 11 July (morning) : Glassy Systems and Neural Networks

1. D Bolle (Leuven): Information content of neural networks with self-control and variable activity
2. A Buhot (Oxford): Storage capacity of a constructive learning algorithm for the parity machine
3. A Cavagna (Manchester): Understanding fragile versus strong supercooled liquids in an energy landscape description
4. P Contucci (UCLA): A stability property for quenched models
5. N Gribova (Moscow): Theory of the quadrupole glass phase in diluted o-p-H2 crystals
6. A Klic (Prague): Long-range random bond XY model with antiferromagnetic, ferromagnetic and spin glass phases
7. I Rychetsky (Prague): Model of diluted mixture of ferroelecric and anti-ferroelectric liquid crystals
8. D Saakian (Yerevan): Random energy model as paradigm of complex systems
9. V Tereshko (Belarus): Theory of topology-preserving nets
10. JR Wedagadera: On directed polymers and error-correcting codes
11. Dr Irene Giardina: Population dynamics in a random environment

Tuesday 11 July (pm): Reaction-Diffusion Equations, Thursday 13 July: Information Geometry, Friday 14 July (afternoon): Quantum Dynamical systems and Quantum Chaos

1. M. Ponomarjov (Russia): Non-linear simulations of time-dependent stratifications and flute structures of flows and wakes in magnetoplasma
2. V. Kagalovsky (Israel): Transport of light through a disordered medium
3. O. Derzhko (L'viv): Exactly solvable random spin chain with correlated disorder
4. C. Gantulga (Moscow): Modelling of complex defects in solids



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