I   WELCOME LETTER

 

Dear Colleagues,

 

Welcome to the mini-workshop in computational and statistical physics. The mini-workshop aims to create an informal atmosphere for reporting recent progress, exchanging new ideas and promoting national and international collaboration.

 

Hangzhou is a resort place for sightseeing. Besides physics, one may enjoy some days in the “paradise on earth”.

 

The mini-workshop this year may be a starting point. Our intention is a regular one (yearly or by two years), and to include colleagues from east Asia. We keep the size to 15 –20 participants for easy, efficient and fruitful discussions.

 

Thank you very much for coming.

 

Looking forward to seeing you in Hangzhou!

 

Bo ZHENG

 

 

II   ARRIVING

 

We have reserved rooms in Yu-quan (玉泉) hotel, just in front of the Yu-quan campus of Zhejiang Univ. (old Zheda). If you arrive by bus or by train, please take a taxi to Yu-quan hotel. From any stations, it costs less than 25 yuan. If you arrive by air, please inform us and we will send a car to pick you up. In an urgent case, one can also take a taxi, it costs around 110 – 130 yuan.

 

III  Useful Tel. numbers

 

Shan li-ping  8795 1592 (o)   1385 7194 311 (handy)

Zheng bo     8795 2753 (o)  1381 9494 123 (handy)

Qiu tian                  1317 5101 996 (handy)

Ren fei                   13958113944 (handy)

 

IV  Talks and others

 

Please inform us the titles of the talks and arrival and departure times, if not yet done.

Please inform us what return tickets you need us to buy, if necessary.

  

V  Participants

 

DAVID P. LANDAU,  Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, University of Georgia, USA,  11.17 – 23

           dlandau@hal.physast.uga.edu

           talk 1:  A New Approach to Monte Carlo Simulations in Statistical Physics 

           talk 2:  Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena:

A Triumph of 20th Century Physics

Nobuyasu Ito,   Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo,  JAPAN,    11.17 - 23

 ito@ap.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

            talk 1:  Non-equilibrium relaxation study on equilibrium state

            talk 2:  Perspective of the computing statistical physics

-          Beyond simulation to emulation –

朱少平  Shao-ping Zhu      九院九所                   11.19 11.21or 22 or …离开

        zsp@mail.iapcm.ac.cn

        talk:    Numerical simualtion for Laser Fusion

李志兵  Zhi-bing  Li     中山大学                     11.19 11.21 离开

        020-84035480(h) 84113396(o) 8411 3048 (fax)   stslzb@zsu.edu.cn

        talk:    Corner transfer matrix renormalization group method and its application

    Fan  Zhong     中山大学                     11.19 11.23 离开

020-34022320   stdp30@zsu.edu.cn

talk:     Scaling in first-order phase transitions

何春生  Chun-sheng He  中山大学                      11.19 11.23 离开

熊诗杰  Shi-jie  Xiong   南京大学         11.19,  18:00 by bus   11.21. 离开

        025 - 3595331(o),  3596637(H), 3326028(FAX), sjxiong@nju.edu.cn

 talk:   Low temperature saturation of dephasing of electrons by two-level defect

in a quantum dot

杨洪庭  Hong-ting Yang   南京大学          11.19 11.22 离开

        yht@chenwang.nju.edu.cn

姚凯仑   Kai-lun Yao     华中理工大学      11.20 11.23 离开

klyao@hust.edu.cn

talk1: Theoretical studies on some organic polymers

talk2: 凝聚态物理与材料,生物 及化学学科的交叉及研究进展

李家明  (代表, 苏长荣  Chang-rong SU)      清华大学       11.19 11.24 离开

        jmli@cams.tsinghua.edu.cncrsu@cams.tsinghua.edu.cn

        talk: Optimum Matellic-bond Scheme: Application to Sodium Clusters.

孔令江  Ling-jiang Kong   广西师范大学                 11.19 11.23 离开

0773-2819830

彭麟    Lin Peng          广西师范大学                 11.19 11.23 离开

penglin783@sohu.com

顾世健 Shi-jian Gu       浙江大学  

talk: Numerical and the Monte Carlo Bethe Ansatz to spin models

  Bo Zheng        浙江大学

               talk: Numerical study of critical dynamics far from equilibrium

李有泉  You-quan Li     浙江大学

应和平  He-ping Ying    浙江大学

              talk:  Cluster algorithms for quantum spin systems

李海彬  Hai-bin Li     浙江大学

                  浙江大学

                  浙江大学

淦克冲                 浙江大学

杨士俊                 浙江大学

                   浙江大学

任  浩                 浙江大学

吴宁杰                 浙江大学

陈剑豪                 浙江大学

......

 

VI    Programs

 

Pre-workshop

 

Ito    talk2          Nov. 19,   16:00-17:00

Dinner in Yu-quan Hotel           18:00         

 

                    Mini-workshop      Nov. 20

 

Opening ceremony           8:30 – 8:40

Chair B. Zheng

D.P. Landau   talk1         8:40 – 9:40

Fan Zhong                  9:40 – 10:20

 

Tea Break                              10:20 -- 10:30

 

Chair Shi-jie Xiong

N. Ito    talk1             10:30 – 11:30

Zhi-bing Li                 11:30 – 12:10

 

Lunch                                 12:10 – 14:00

 

Chair Shao-ping Zhu

Kai-lun Yao   talk1        14:00 – 14:40

Shi-jie Xiong              14:40 – 15:20

Shi-jian Gu                15:20 – 15:50

 

Tea Break                              15:50 – 16:00

 

Chair Landau

Shao-ping Zhu              16:00 – 16:40

Changrong Su               16:40 – 17:20

Bo Zheng                   17:20 – 18:00         

He-ping Ying               18:00 – 18:30

 

Dinner in Lily Hotel         18:30

 

                   Post-workshop

 

Tour-workshop  绍兴-西湖                    Nov. 21, 8:00 – 18:00

Dinner in 知味观                                          18:30

 

Tour-workshop  南浔                          Nov. 22, 8:00 – 16:00

Dinner in Yuquan                                           17:10

 

Landau    talk2     Kai-lun Yao   talk2         Nov. 22, 18:30 – 20:30

 

VII Abstracts

1. A New Approach to Monte Carlo Simulations in Statistical Physics  

                  DAVID P. LANDAU

        Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, University of Georgia

             Athens, GA 30602-2451,  USA

  

                                                              

 

2. Nonequilibrium relaxation study on equilibrium state

                   Nobuyasu Ito

       Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering

           The University of Tokyo, Tokyo 113-8656, JAPAN

 

  Standard strategy of computer simulation studies on phases and transitions is based on the estimation of
the equilibrium values of physical quantities.
So the simulation steps after the equilibrium state is well reproduced are used in the analysis. A completely different simulation strategy which uses the nonequilibrium relaxation process was proposed and it has been applied to various problems successfully. The results of nonequilibrium relaxation studies on phases and transitions are to be reviewed in this talks.