Session 3: Panel A
- Bartłomiej Dybiec ()
Ken Sekimoto (Univ. Paris-Diderot & ESPCI)
We will describe the basic idea and some applications of the processes when the system's degrees of freedom are progressively quenched. This work has been done in collaboration with Bruno Ventejou and Michael Etienne (paper in preparation).
Rudolf Hilfer (Universitaet Stuttgart)
Local equilibrium states change slowly in time because they are almost stationary. As a consequence local equilibrium states have to be related to local states that are time-invariant. It has been argued in the literature that a proper mathematical formulation of local equilibrium states must start from the class of time-invariant measures for infinitely extended systems . This...
Harald Posch (University of Vienna)
One-dimensional particle systems are known to be anomalous with respect to the dynamics of their hydrodynamic conserved fields and their related currents. We review some of the predictions of mode-mode coupling theory combined with exact results by Prähofer and Spohn [J. Stat. Phys., vol. 115, 255 (2004)] to derive asymptotic expressions for the time-correlation functions of the...