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Session 7: Mean-Field and Low-Dimensional Theories of Glasses

 

This session will focus on recent theoretical and computational advances to understand the glass transition and glassy rheology in structural glasses, using high-dimensional and mean field models and connecting them to results in 2 and 3 dimensions. Specific topics include: Theoretical predictions for glasses and jammed solids in infinite dimensions; Jamming, packing, and glass transitions in 4 and higher dimensions; New computational models for accessing glass transition (including swap Monte Carlo); Computational methods for analyzing vibrational spectrum in 2- and 3-D; and Methods for identifying low-energy excitations and two-level systems in structural glasses

 

 

Session Organizers

 

Lisa Manning, Syracuse University, USA, mmanning@syr.edu

 

Patrick Charbonneau, Duke University, USA, patrick.charbonneau@duke.edu


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