The study of random growth models connects to a large number of areas in probability theory such as integrable probability, homogenization, percolation, disordered systems, interacting particle systems, random matrices, SPDEs, random polymer measures, random dynamical systems, and random walk in random environment. The last two decades have seen rapid advances in all these directions, with a significant acceleration in progress in several of these subfields recently, including solutions of several long-open problems. This is an exciting time for the subject, with new possibilities in extending universality, new geometric approaches, and more. The main objective of this workshop will be to bring together a number of top experts on these various subfields to disseminate these recent developments and exchange ideas that will fertilize the ground for yet another leap forward. This opportunity will also be used to celebrate the work of Timo Seppalainen in the field.