Frontiers in Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics
A Symposium in Honor of Robert Zwanzig 

The Mary Woodward Lasker Center, The Cloister, Building 60
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
April 16, 2004, 9:00 A.M.

Bruce J. Berne, Columbia University
"Friction and diffusion in confined liquids and in liquids with interfaces"
 
David Chandler, University of California, Berkeley
"Dynamics on the way to forming glass: Bubbles in space-time"
 
Hans C. Andersen, Stanford University
"A graphical theory of dynamic fluctuations in liquids at equilibrium"
 
Biman Bagchi, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
"From mean-field to the mode coupling theory of orientational relaxation in liquids and liquid crystals: building on Zwanzig's early efforts"
 
David R. Reichman, Harvard University
"New uses of projection operator methods in statistical mechanics"
 
Huan-Xiang Zhou, Florida State University, Tallahassee
"Polymer models of protein stability, folding, and interactions"
 
Devarajan Thirumalai, University of Maryland, College Park
“Finite size effects in folding"
 
Peter G. Wolynes, University of California, San Diego
"The successes of the energy landscape theory of protein folding"


Organized by
Gerhard Hummer, Attila Szabo, and William A. Eaton

Sponsored by the Laboratory of Chemical Physics and Office of the Director, Division of Intramural Research
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences

National Institutes of Health

For registration information please send email to Gerhard.Hummer@nih.gov

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