The statistical physics teams are all related thematically. They cover a variety of research directions:
— the representation of random geometrical objects, as set of points, curves, surfaces and clusters, smooth or rough, that lie at the heart of the understanding of many physical phenomena such as phase transitions, transport phenomena, growth processes, …
— disordered and glassy systems form an important part of theoretical physics because of the crucial role played by disorder in experimental systems and of the astonishingly wide range of applications to complex systems.
— quantum entanglement, superposition and correlations are some of the distinguishing characters of quantum systems, their control is crucial to the understanding of new states of matter and to the manipulation of quantum information.

The personal webpages of the members of the team can be accessed on the directory.