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Die, 13. Dez 16, 14:15

Yuhma Asano (Dublin): Emergent geometries in the BMN matrix model

The BMN matrix model was proposed as a non-perturbative formulation of M-theory in the plane-wave background geometry with maximal supersymmetry. A couple of years later, half-BPS geometries with the same symmetry as the BMN...

Mon, 12. Dez 16, 17:30

Jasper Kirkby (CERN): Climate, cosmic rays and the CERN CLOUD experiment

Vortrag im Rahmen des Wiener Physikalischen Kolloquium

The largest source of uncertainty in anthropogenic radiative forcing of the climate is due to the change of aerosols since pre-industrial times, and their effect...

Don, 1. Dez 16, 18:30

Mark Kamionkowski (USA): Cosmic Ripples from Black Holes and the Big Bang

Öffentliche Vorlesung im Rahmen des 12th Vienna Central European Seminar on Particle Physics and Quantum Field Theory

Don, 1. Dez 16, 17:15

Paul J. Kelly (Univ. of Twente): Turning up the heat in first principles quantum spin transport

In a recent first-principles study of the spin Hall and inverse spin Hall effects [1], we found that the spin Hall effect in Pt increases with temperature and discovered a giant interface contribution at a Permalloy|Pt interface...

Don, 1. Dez 16, 14:00

Jan Rosseel (Vienna): Non-relativistic supergravity

Newton-Cartan geometry is a geometric, covariant description of non-relativistic gravity, akin to General Relativity. Recently, it has seen a renewed interest in the context of condensed matter physics and applications of...

Don, 1. Dez 16, 08:30

12th Central European Seminar on Particle Physics and Quantum Field Theory

The meeting is jointly organized by the Theoretical Physics Departments of the University of Vienna and TU Wien, as well as by the Institute of High Energy Physics of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and supported by the Faculty...

Mon, 28. Nov 16, 17:00

Alexander Urich (Germany): Multispectral Optoacoustic Tomography for Clinical Applications

Multispectral Optoacoustic Tomography (MSOT) is a novel biomedical imaging technology that utilizes the photoacoustic effect to visualize and quantify anatomical, functional and molecular information, in vivo, in deep tissue and...

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