"Current Topics in Mathematical Physics"
Summer school, University of Warsaw, Poland
July 31st - August 4th 2023
The series of “Current Topics in Mathematical Physics” summer schools
The first summer school of the series took place in 2008 at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute in Vienna. Since then the schools have been organised on a regular basis. This will be the 9th summer school. It will take place at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw (Pasteura Street 5, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland). The list of previous schools can be found here.
The intended audience are graduate students as well as postdocs and young researchers in the field of Mathematical Physics and related areas.
Michael Aizenman (Princeton University)
Topics in classical and quantum statistical mechanics
David Dereudre (Université de Lille)
Rigidity for classical Riesz gases
Nicolas Rougerie (ENS Lyon)
Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: the Laughlin state and its perturbations
Chiara Saffirio (University of Basel)
Semiclassical approximation of many-body fermionic systems
Schedule and slides
The lectures will start on Monday, July 31th at 09:30. The last lecture will end on Friday, August 4th at 13:00. Here is a detailed schedule.
Here is the schedule of the Young Researchers’ Presentations.
Here you will find slides related to Michael Aizenman’s lectures.
Click here for the school’s group photo.
The registration is now OPEN – please register here. Registration deadline is July 10th 2023.
We ask you to send the school fee (100 EUR) via wire transfer to the following bank account. Remember to title the transfer as “CTiMPH, name and surname”.
Account Holder: Uniwersytet Warszawski,
Address of the Account Holder: ul. Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28, PL-00-927 Warszawa
Bank Name: Bank Millennium SA
Bank address: ul. Stanisława Żaryna 2A, 02-593 Warszawa
IBAN Code: PL 77 1160 2202 0000 0000 6084 9264
Swift Code: BIGBPLPWXXX
Everyone will receive a participation certificate (which will include your name, institution and conference fee paid). If you need an invoice please make sure you provide the data for the invoice (name of institution/name and last name, address, tax number) in the registration form.
Financial support might be available – see registration form. Deadline for financial support application: May 15th 2023.
Information for participants
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
ul. Pasteura 5, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland
Travel & transport
Warsaw Chopin Airport – the main airport serving Warsaw. It is located within the city limits, 10 km from the city center, which you can easily reach by a few city buses, a train line, and a taxi.
Warsaw Modlin Airport – another airport, mainly serving budget airlines, located 35 km from the city . It takes around 50 minutes to get to the city center, either by bus and train or a taxi.
Warszawa Centralna Railway Station – the main railway station located in the city center, also serving international trains.
Public transport in Warsaw – the city has a vast transportation network, which includes buses, metro, and trams. You can buy tickets for a single trip (up to either 20 or 75 minutes, with transfers allowed), or multi-day tickets.
Warsaw Public Bike “Veturilo” – one of the largest urban bike systems in Europe. It is a good complement to public transport in Warsaw and allows quick navigation through our city, with over 300 stations and more than 4500 bicycles available. You can register and use at little or (for short enough rides) no cost.
Here are some (relatively) nearby hotels in which participants might choose to stay. For more options you can check Google maps, booking.com, etc.
Christian Hainzl – LMU Munich
Marcin Napiórkowski – University of Warsaw
Robert Seiringer – IST Austria
Local organisers: Marcin Napiórkowski and Norbert Mokrzański
In case of any questions please contact us via e-mail:
The school is financed by the University of Warsaw via the programme “Excellence Initiative – Reserach University” and by the German Research Foundation (DFG) via CRC/TRR 352.
Support from the International Association of Mathematical Physics as well as the American Institute of Physics via the Journal of Mathematical Physics is appreciated. We thank the Candela Foundation for administrative support.