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Die, 31. Jän 17, 14:15

Rutger Boels (DESY Hamburg): Minimal quantum field theory

Quantum field theory is the subject of a range of weighty textbooks. However,how much of these pages are really necessary? There is a growing list of results of observables for which the computed answer is very much simpler than...

Mon, 30. Jän 17, 16:30

Ronald Hanson (Delft): Networks powered by quantum entanglement: from the first loophole-free Bell test to a quantum Internet

Entanglement – the property that particles can share a single quantum state - is arguably the most counterintuitive yet potentially most powerful element of quantum physics. Future quantum networks may harness the unique features...

Don, 26. Jän 17, 16:30

Michael Dee (Groningen): The Positives (and Negatives) of Proton Storms

In the years 775 and 994 AD, major pulses of radiation struck the Earth, probably as a result of intense solar proton storms. The impacts caused the production of radiocarbon in the atmosphere to spike dramatically. The dates of...

Don, 26. Jän 17, 14:00

Iacopo Carusotto (Trento): Analog models of Hawking and Casimir physics in atomic and optical systems

In this talk I will review the state of the art in the theoretical and experimental study of analog models of quantum field theories in flat, curved, or time-dependent backgrounds using condensed matter and optical systems. In...

Mit, 25. Jän 17, 17:00

Universitäre Bildungspraxis im digitalen Wandel

Wie sieht die digitale Gegenwart und Zukunft universitärer Bildung aus?

Kann die Digitalisierung der universitären Lehre zu einer neuen Lernkultur beitragen?

Die Diskussionsrunde zur Semesterfrage wird von ao. Univ.-Prof....

Die, 24. Jän 17, 14:15

Johanna Knapp (TU Wien): Calabi-Yau compactifications and supersymmetric gauge theory

The mathematics of Calabi-Yau spaces plays a crucial role in the context of string theory. In this talk I present a supersymetric gauge theory in two dimensions (the gauged linear sigma model) which encodes information about...

Mon, 23. Jän 17, 16:00

Georg Madsen (TU Wien): Ab-initio thermal conductivity

Predictive modeling of the thermal transport in modern semi-conductor architectures is an inherently multi-scale problem. It requires the quantification of phonon scattering caused by various types of defects e.g. vacancies,...

Don, 19. Jän 17, 16:30

Anita Quiles (Egypt): 36,000 Years Ago: The Chauvet-Pont D’Arc Cave

The Chauvet-Pont d’Arc Cave (Ardèche, France) is one of the most important sites for the study of the earliest manifestations and development of prehistoric art at the beginning of the Upper Palaeolithic. Radiocarbon dates for...

Don, 19. Jän 17, 14:00

Frank Verstraete (Vienna): Many body physics using tensor networks

We will describe how the theory of entanglement provides a novel language for describing quantum many body systems. We will demonstrate how the ensuing quantum tensor n etworks allow for the classification of topological quantum...

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