Best non-equilibrium groups?

In summary, there are many highly regarded research groups in the field of statistical physics, stochastic processes, and complex systems. Some notable examples include Peter Hänggi at University of Augsburg, Eric Lutz at University of Stuttgart, Gavin Crooks at Threeplusone, and Christopher Jarzynski at University of Maryland. In North America, there are also a number of promising younger professors such as Suri Vaikuntanathan at University of Chicago, David Limmer at University of California, Berkeley, and David Sivak at Simon Fraser University. Other notable names include Sebastian Deffner at University of Maryland, Jordan Horowitz at University of Michigan, Todd Gingrich at Northwestern University, and Grant Rotskoff (currently undecided).
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I realize the question is quite broad but what research groups working on statistical physics, stochastic processes, and complex systems are generally considered the best? Would like to know about Europe and America alike.
 
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In North America there are now a bunch of really good younger professors working on non-equilibrium statistical physics theory: Suri Vaikuntanathan (Chicago), David Limmer (Berkeley), David Sivak (Simon Fraser), Sebastian Deffner (Maryland), Jordan Horowitz (Just started at UMICH), Todd Gingrich (Just started at Northwestern), and Grant Rotskoff (TBD, but soon). And I'm probably forgetting someone.
 
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