Random geometry and physics (September 8–12, 2014, Moscow)
This conference aims at developing the FrenchRussian interaction at the mathematical/physics interface. There is a long tradition in both countries in mathematical physics, and many cooperations existed in the past, using in particular the Laboratory Poncelet. However although the cooperation remains very active in pure mathematics it has been recently less active in mathematical physics.
Since mathematical physics is a large interface, we propose in this new project to start by putting some emphasis on a particular direction, namely the interface between combinatorics and random geometry on the mathematical side and quantum field theory and statistical mechanics on the physics side. This domain is in fast developement in France, in particular, thanks to the emergence of new methods such as random tensors to study random triangulations with quantum field theory tools. Since it implies new forms of integrability, this domain could greatly benefit from the corresponding leading expertise in Russia. However the project is not conceived as narrowly focused: it will welcome the participation of scientists interested in neighboring domains such as quantum field theory, string theory, matrix models, integrable models, mathematical physics of random or quasiperiodic media (polymers, spin glasses, foams, quasicrystals etc.), hence the title of the conference is "Random Geometry and Physics". The goal is to encourage in particular the new generations of french and russian mathematical physicists to know each other.
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Scientific advisory committee
Aref'eva Irina Yaroslavna, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Belavin Aleksandr Abramovich, Landau Institute
Chekhov Leonid Olegovich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Fernique Thomas, CNRS, LIPN, Université ParisNord, Villetanneuse
Gal'tsov Dmitrii Vladimirovich, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Gurau Razvan, CNRS, CPhT Polytechnique, Palaiseau
Jacobsen J L, Université Pierre & Marie Curie
Katanaev Mikhail Orionovich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Kazakov V, Université Pierre & Marie Curie
Kirillov Andrei Igorevich, Moscow Independent University
Korchemsky G P, IPHTSaclay
Lando Sergei Konstantinovich, Higher School of Economics
Maillet J M, Laboratoire de physique de l'ENS Lyon
Marshakov Andrei Vladimirovich, ITEP
Mironov Andrei Dmitrievich, ITEP
Morozov Aleksei Yur'evich, ITEP
Nechaev S, LPTMS, Université ParisSud, Orsay
Pasquier Vincent, IPHTSaclay
Pestun Vasily, IHES, BuressurYvette
Rivasseau Vincent, Université ParisSud, Orsay
Santachiara Raoul, LPTMS, Université d'Orsay
Sergeev Armen Glebovich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Sheinman Oleg Karlovich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Shloshman S, Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille
Sinai Yakov Grigor'evich, Kharkevich Institute
Smirnov S, LPTHE, Université Pierre & Marie Curie
Tsfasman Michael Anatol'evich, Kharkevich Institute
Vanhove P, IPhTSaclay
Volovich Igor Vasil'evich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Zagrebnov Valentin Anatol'evich, Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille
Local organizing committee
Fernique Thomas, Université Paris Nord
Il'in Nikolay Borisovich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Katanaev Mikhail Orionovich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Palvelev Roman Vital'evich, Steklov Mathematical Institute
Pasquier Vincent, Institut de Physique Théorique
Rivasseau Vincent, Université ParisSud
Organisations
Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow Independent University of Moscow 

Random geometry and physics, Moscow, September 8–12, 2014 


September 8, 2014 

1. 
Random Geometry and Physics, why and how? V. Rivasseau September 8, 2014 10:00–10:50, Moscow





2. 
Classical random geometry and black hole firewall problem I. V. Volovich September 8, 2014 10:50–11:40, Moscow





3. 
Spectral Transition for Random Quantum Walks on Trees A. Joye September 8, 2014 12:10–13:00, Moscow





4. 
Point massive particle in General Relativity M. O. Katanaev September 8, 2014 15:20–16:10, Moscow





5. 
Geometry of random landscapes for control of a qubit N. B. Il'in, A. N. Pechen September 8, 2014 16:40–17:00, Moscow





6. 
Exceptional field theory: supergravity in $5+27$ dimensions E. Musaev September 8, 2014 17:00–17:20, Moscow






September 9, 2014 

7. 
Analycity results for the cumulants in a quartic matrix model T. Krajewski September 9, 2014 10:00–10:50, Moscow





8. 
From chord diagrams to cohomological field theories L. O. Chekhov September 9, 2014 10:50–11:40, Moscow





9. 
Highdimensional random landscapes and random matrices Ya. V. Fyodorov September 9, 2014 12:10–13:00, Moscow





10. 
Random walks, Douglas–Kazakov phase transitions and critical phenomena in topological ensembles A. S. Gorsky September 9, 2014 14:30–15:20, Moscow





11. 
Area distribution of twodimensional random walks and nonHermitian Hofstadter quantum mechanics S. Ouvry September 9, 2014 15:20–16:10, Moscow





12. 
Quantum Poincare model with a random geometric parameter A. S. Trushechkin September 9, 2014 16:40–17:00, Moscow





13. 
Scattering of vortices in Abelian Higgs models on compact Riemann surfaces R. V. Palvelev September 9, 2014 17:00–17:20, Moscow





14. 
The functional mechanics in General relativity A. Mikhaylov September 9, 2014 17:20–17:40, Moscow






September 10, 2014 

15. 
Tensorial Group Field Theory and Renormalization J. Ben Geloun September 10, 2014 10:00–10:50, Moscow





16. 
From elongated spanning trees to vicious random walks S. K. Nechaev September 10, 2014 10:50–11:40, Moscow





17. 
Holographic deformation of conformal correlation functions by ultrarelativistic particles I. Ya. Aref'eva September 10, 2014 12:10–13:00, Moscow






September 11, 2014 

18. 
Hecke graphs, Ramanujan graphs and generalized duality transformations for lattice spin systems M. I. Monastyrsky September 11, 2014 10:00–10:50, Moscow





19. 
A Givental like decomposition formula for $T^4$ tensor model S. Dartois September 11, 2014 10:50–11:40, Moscow





20. 
Lax operator algebras and gradings on semisimple Lie algebras O. K. Sheinman September 11, 2014 12:10–13:00, Moscow





21. 
Near extreme eigenvalues and the first gap of large random matrices G. Schehr September 11, 2014 14:30–15:20, Moscow





22. 
Timelike Liouville structure constants and random conformal clusters in statistical models R. Santachiara September 11, 2014 15:20–16:10, Moscow





23. 
On the application of Chernoff theorem to random walks V. Zh. Sakbaev September 11, 2014 16:40–17:20, Moscow





24. 
Fuzzy topology and geometric quantum formalism S. N. Mayburov September 11, 2014 17:20–17:40, Moscow






September 12, 2014 

25. 
Langton's ant's period A. I. Bondal September 12, 2014 10:00–10:50, Moscow





26. 
Random $3$manifolds and ideal triangulations R. van der Veen September 12, 2014 10:50–11:40, Moscow





27. 
Gauge theories and quantum geometry V. Pestun September 12, 2014 12:10–13:00, Moscow





28. 
Quinary lattice model of secondary structures of polymers S. V. Kozyrev September 12, 2014 14:30–15:20, Moscow





29. 
Wormholes and instantons with NUT D. V. Gal'tsov September 12, 2014 15:20–16:10, Moscow





30. 
Matching rules for quasicrystals T. Fernique September 12, 2014 16:40–17:30, Moscow





