Prof.
Rudolf Hilfer
(Universitaet Stuttgart)

9/3/18, 11:00 AM

talk

Random walks in composite continuous time have recently
been introduced in [1].
Composite time flow is the product of translational time
flow and fractional time flow [2]. The continuum limit of
composite continuous time random walks gives a diffusion
equation where the infinitesimal generator of time flow is
the sum of a first order and a fractional time derivative.
The latter is...

Dr
Artem Ryabov
(Charles University)

9/3/18, 11:45 AM

talk

We discuss non-equilibrium steady states of a system of Brownian hard spheres diffusing in a one-dimensional cosine potential, where a small static bias is driving the particles in one direction. The amplitude of the cosine potential in this Brownian asymmetric simple exclusion process (BASEP) is assumed to be large compared to the thermal energy, leading to a hopping motion of the particles...

Dr
Lukasz Machura
(University of Silesia)

9/3/18, 12:05 PM

talk

The common definition of entropy is that it represents some quantifier of disorder. In classical physics, the entropy of a physical system is proportional to the quantity of energy no longer available to do physical work. In dynamical systems analysis it usually refers to the rate at which signal loses or gains information. In information theory it directly measures the information in a...