Strongly Correlated Random Interacting Processes
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Period28 Jan - 03 Feb 2018
The focus of the workshop was to discuss the recent developments and future research directions in the area of large scale random interacting processes, with main emphasis in models where local microscopic interactions either produce strong correlations at macroscopic levels, or generate non-equilibrium dynamics. This report contains extended abstracts of the presentations, which featured research in several directions including selfinteracting random walks, spatially growing processes, strongly dependent percolation, spin systems with long-range order, and random permutations.