Workshops and conferences organized by Patrick Charbonneau.
Patrick Charbonneau is co-organizing a KITP program entitled "The Rough High-Dimensional Landscape Problem" in Santa Barbara, early 2019. The application deadline is Nov 19, 2017.
GSOFT/DBIO Focus Session at 2017 APS March Meeting
Biological Materials Self-Assembly
Disordered and Glassy Materials
Recent Advances on the Glass and Jamming Transitions
Boulder School for Condensed Matter and Materials Physics
Frustrated and Disordered Systems
GSOFT Focus Session at 2016 APS March Meeting
The Gardner Transition: A new approach for understanding low-temperature glasses
Stochastic Topology and Thermodynamic Limits
The Physics of Protein Self-Assembly
Unifying Concepts in Glass Physics VI
GSOFT/DBIO Focus Session at 2014 APS March Meeting
Soft Matter Perspectives on Protein Self-Assembly
DCP Focus Symposium at 2013 APS March Meeting
Physics of glasses and viscous liquids
Particulate Matter: Does Dimensionality Matter?