Ising Model Fog Drip, II: the Puddle
Dates: 5 – 26 February 2017 at CIRM (Marseille Luminy, France)

We study  an effective model of microscopic facet formation for low temperature three dimensional microscopic Wulff crystals above the droplet condensation threshold. The model we consider is a 2+1 solid on solid surface coupled with high and low density bulk Bernoulli fields.
At equilibrium the surface stays flat. Imposing a canonical constraint on excess number of particles forces the surface to « grow » through the sequence of spontaneous creations of macroscopic size monolayers.
We prove that at all sufficiently low temperatures, as the excess particle constraint is tuned, the model undergoes an infinite sequence of first order transitions, which traces an infinite sequence of first order transitions in the underlying variational problem. Away from transition values of canonical constraint we  prove sharp concentration results for the rescaled level lines around solutions of the limiting variational problem.