Below, the tags (keywords) most frequently used by Statphys23 authors are shown. The size of each tag (keyword) is proportional to the logarithm of the number of abstracts that have been tagged with it. The number of abstracts associated with a tag (keyword) is displayed when hovering over it. Colors encode topics (tracks) of the Statphys23 conference, as shown at the bottom of this page. The color of each tag indicates the topic to which most abstracts annotated with that tag belong to. Clicking on a tag (keyword) will retrieve from BibSonomy a list of the abstracts that have been tagged with it. The full abstract of each contribution is available in BibTeX format.
[topic-1] General aspects of statistical physics; thermodynamics; rigorous results and exact solutions.
[topic-2] Phase transitions and critical phenomena (equilibrium).
[topic-3] Nonequilibrium systems: driven systems, transport theory, relaxation phenomena, random processes.
[topic-4] Pattern formation in systems out of equilibrium: growth processes, fracture, hydrodynamic instabilities, chemical reactions etc.
[topic-5] Dynamical systems and turbulence.
[topic-6] Liquid matter and interfacial phenomena: atomic, molecular and ionic fluids,freezing, metastable liquids, wetting, surface effects, confined systems etc.
[topic-7] Soft condensed matter: polymers, liquid crystals, microemulsions, foams, membranes, colloids, granular material etc.
[topic-8] Quantum systems: quantum phase transitions, strongly correlated fermions, Bose- Einstein condensation, mesoscopic quantum phenomena, localization, etc.
[topic-9] Disordered and glassy systems: percolation systems, spin glasses, structural glasses, glass transition, etc.
[topic-10] Biologically motivated problems: biological networks, molecular motors, dynamics at the scale of the cell, evolution models, protein-folding models, statistical modelling of biological data etc.
[topic-11] Interdisciplinary topics in statistical physics: networks, econophysics, traffic flow, algorithmic problems, astrophysical applications, etc.