Meeting Summary: Stochastic thermodynamics has revolutionized our understanding of far-from-equilibrium statistical physics over the last few decades, and continues to result in deep, powerful results ranging from fluctuation theorems to speed-limit theorems to thermodynamic uncertainty relations.
We feel that the time is ripe for an annual workshop focusing specifically on this fast-developing field, both its theoretical and experimental aspects, and its application to other fields of research. We held the first such workshop recently at the Complexity Science Hub in Vienna, and it was a great success: https://www.csh.ac.at/event/csh-workshop-stochastic-thermodynamics-complex-systems/
Building on that success, we are now organizing the second Workshop on Stochastic Thermodynamics (WOST II). It will be hosted by the Santa Fe Institute, next May 17 - May 21, with a day of tutorials on May 13. This workshop will be held entirely online, as was the recent WOST I.
Visit the event wiki for more information on speakers and programming, registration and abstract submissions.