Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
(Use the Heading 3, not boldface, setting for the line with your name on it.)

Pasquale Calabrese

is from University of Pisa. He's interested in low dimensional quantum systems in and out of equilibrium.

Juan Carrasquilla

is a postdoc at Georgetown University. He is interested in equilibrium and nonequilibrium properties of many-body systems. Also Quantum Monte Carlo methods and classical statistical optics.

Luca D'Alessio

is a PhD student at Boston University (Boston, USA). He is interested in the dynamics and thermodynamics of closed system (both classical and quantum). He has worked on classical and quantum system that are repeatedly driven periodically or randomly in time.

Fabian Essler

is from Oxford University. His interests include strongly correlated 1D quantum systems and quantum integrable models, both in and out of equilibrium.

Hans Gerd Evertz

is a professor at Graz Technical university, Austria. He is interested in the time evolution after local quenches, in cold atoms, Quantum Monte Carlo, loop models, and many other topics.

Victor Gurarie

is from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He's interested in condensed matter physics and many body theory, and in the physics of cold atoms.

Felix Izrailev

is a professor in the Instituto de Fisica (University of Puebla, Mexico), and an adjunct professor at Michigan State University (E.Lansing, USA). His current research interests are:
(1) Onset of chaos and thermalization in isolated systems of interacting particles;
(2) Correlated disorder: Theory and applications;
(3) Surface scattering in quasi-one-dimensional systems;
(4) Localization and decoherence in low-dimensional systems with loss and/or gain.
For publications, see: F.M.Izrailev, publications

Michael Kolodrubetz

is a postdoc at Boston University. He is interested generally in systems out of thermal equilbrium, with an emphasis on using numerical methods to investigate systems slightly out of equilibrium (Kibble-Zurek, non-adiabiatic corrections, etc.) or moving toward equilibrium (dephasing, eigenstate thermalization, etc.).

Marcus Kollar

is a staff researcher at University of Augsburg, Germany. He is interested in condensed matter physics and non-equilibrium physics of correlated quantum systems, and in particular in dynamical mean-field theory.

Austen Lamacraft

is in transit between the Universities of Virginia and Cambridge. He is periodically driven out of equilibrium and finds it hard to relax.

Jamir Marino

is graduate student at SISSA (Trieste, Italy). He's interested in thermalization dynamics of quantum many body systems.

Maxim Olshanii (Olchanyi)

is a professor at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Quantum nonequlibrium is the principal theme of his research; however, occasional diversions towards Bethe Ansatz or integrable PDEs are not excluded.

Gerardo Ortiz

is from Indiana University. His interests span a range of topics including strongly correlated systems, topological quantum matter, non-equilibrium and critical phenomena, and quantum information.

Anatoli Polkovnikov

is from Boston University. His interests are understanding behavior of classical and quantum interacting systems away from equilibrium, in particular, cold atom systems.

Heiko Rieger

is professor at the Saarland University (Saarbr├╝cken, Germany) and works in various fields of statistical physics, with a focus on far from equilibrium physics and equilibrium phase transitions - quantum as well as classical.

Alessandro Silva

is a staff researcher at SISSA (Trieste, Italy). Hes' interested in condensed matter and statistical physics, and in particular in non-equilibrium physics of correlated quantum systems.

Mark Srednicki

is a professor in the Physics Dept at UCSB. He's interested in the foundations of equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and thermodynamics.

Vladimir Yurovsky

is a senior research associate at Tel Aviv University. He is interested in quantum chaos and relaxation, thermalization in cold-atom systems, and spinor cold-atom gases.