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Lamberto Rondoni
Lamberto Rondoni

Visiting Fellow, Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Princeton Environmental Institute
Professor of Mathematical Physics, Polytechnic University of Turin

Room: E321 Engineering Quad
Email: lrondoni@princeton.edu

Webpage: http://www.disma.polito.it/en/personale/scheda/(nominativo)/lamberto.rondoni

https://environment.princeton.edu/directory/lamberto-rondoni


Research Interests

Environmental physics and engineering. Foundations of statistical physics and kinetic theory, and their applications in particular to bio- and nanotechnology. Non-equilibrium phenomena from the point of view of stochastic processes and deterministic dynamics (non-equilibrium molecular dynamics, in particular), as well as the applicability, analogies and differences of these different approaches. The role of coarse-graining and the transition between molecular and stochastic levels at nano-metric scales. Recent developments in response theory based on the notion of t-mixing, introduced for physically relevant steady-state fluctuation relations.

Updated: January 28, 2019.