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Fre, 28. Apr 17, 14:00

Marcello Sega (Vienna): Simulation of Interfaces and Flows from the Nano to the Mesoscale

Interfaces, intended as the boundaries between regions with different physical properties, are part of our everyday experience and help us defining and understanding the world around us, yet, leaving the macroscopic world to...

Don, 27. Apr 17, 16:30

Anna Losiak (Poland): Dating small impact craters on Earth

Precise and accurate dating of impact craters 1) enables correlation of an impact structure formation with other geological events (e.g. the Chicxulub crater associated with the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction) and with...

Don, 27. Apr 17, 14:00

Dennis Raetzel (Vienna): The gravitational field of a laser pulse

As Einstein's equations tell us that all energy is a source of gravity, light must gravitate. However, because changes of the gravitational field propagate with the speed of light, the gravitational effect of light differs...

Mit, 26. Apr 17, 13:00

Xinliang An (Toronto): On Gravitational Collapse in General Relativity

In the process of gravitational collapse, singularities may form, which are either covered by trapped surfaces (black holes) or visible to faraway observers (naked singularities). In this talk, I will present four results with...

Die, 25. Apr 17, 17:30

Uli Dusek (Netherlands): An isotope view on sources of carbonaceous aerosols

Vortrag im Rahmen der Chemisch Physikalischen Gesellschaft

Air pollution by microscopic particles (aersosols) is one of the biggest environmental problems today, especially in developing counties and Asia, causeing illness and...

Die, 25. Apr 17, 16:15

Simone Alioli (CERN): The GENEVA Monte Carlo framework: improving SMC with resummation

I will discuss the GENEVA Monte Carlo framework, as an example of how to include analytic resummation in Shower Monte Carlo event generators. GENEVA combines the fully-differential NNLO calculation with higher-order resummation...

Mon, 24. Apr 17, 17:30

Quentin Ramasse (UK): From phonons to core losses in real and momentum spaces with sub 20 meV monochromated STEM-EELS

Vortrag im Rahmen des Wiener Physikalischen Kolloquiums

A new generation of electron beam monochromators has recently pushed the energy resolution of (scanning) transmission electron microscopes deep into the sub 20 meV range,...

Mon, 24. Apr 17, 16:00

Ilaria Maccari (Roma): Brezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in disordered superconducting films

Despite its age, the Brezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless (BKT) transition remains one of the most fascinating examples of topological phase transitions. Its universality class describes several phenomena ranging from the quantum...

Mon, 24. Apr 17, 14:15

Stefano Cremonesi (London): The infrared physics of bad theories

Three-dimensional gauge theories with eight supercharges (3d N=4) have a rich moduli space of supersymmetric vacua with different low energy physics. This infrared physics is well understood for theories with large enough number...

Don, 13. Apr 17, 11:00

Denis Martynov (USA): News from LIGO

Advanced LIGO is in its second science run. I will describe the main results of the first science run, observatory sensitivity during the second run and goals for the future. I will also talk about the current LIGO related...

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