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Don, 21. Mär 13, 14:15

Ilaria Jemos (Wien): Mass modes and secondary massive quark radiation

Vortrag im Rahmen des Teilchenphysikseminars

Die, 19. Mär 13, 14:15

Matthias Plaschke (Wien): Euklidische Pfadintegrale für den harmonischen und anharmonischen Oszillator

Seminar für Mathematische Physik

Als illustrierenden Einführung soll in diesem Vortrag der Zusammenhang zwischen "Euklidischer Quantentheorie" (d.h. Quantentheorie mit imaginären Zeitparamatern) und stochastischen...

Mon, 18. Mär 13, 13:00

Jozef Skakala (Brasilien): Asymptotic quasi-normal modes and some conjectured quantum properties of spacetime

Abstract: The perturbations of black hole spacetimes, when decaying, show characteristic (damped) oscillations called quasi-normal modes. The asymptotically highly damped modes are widely suspected to carry information about...

Fre, 15. Mär 13, 16:00

Physics alumni & their jobs outside academia

There are many career options for physics graduate students outside of academia. We have invited 4 physics alumni who will talk about their experience in jobs at distinguished organisations and who will give advice on how to...

Fre, 15. Mär 13, 13:00

Juan Valiente-Kroon (London): Conformal properties of the extremal Reissner-Nodrstroem spacetime

I will discuss some conformal properties of the extremal Reissner-Nordstroem spacetime ---in particular in what concerns the behaviour of the spacetime close timelike infinity. I will show how Friedrich's construction of the...

Don, 14. Mär 13, 16:30

Wolfgang Frank (Wien): The geological carbon cycle and the global warming / climate debate

The extensively cited seasonal carbon cycle describes the size and the annual fluxes between the temporary reservoirs (ocean, atmosphere, biosphere and soils). Compared with these large annual fluxes (approx. 200 GtC/y) the human...

Mon, 11. Mär 13, 16:00

Francesco Aquilante (Italien): Rehearsing a possible paradigm shift in electron correlation methods

As a result of recent developments, some of the most robust electron correlation methods can now be afforded for molecules in the hundred atoms regime. In particular, wavefunction methods appear ready to help us unveil the...

Fre, 8. Mär 13, 17:30

Sezen Sekmen (Cern): SUSY through the eyes of LHC

The LHC has yet seen no sign of new physics. Our current task is to understand the impact of this absence on the candidate new physics models. Supersymmetry stands out as a very well-motivated new physics model, but it is a...

Fre, 8. Mär 13, 14:15

Helmuth Hüffel (Wien): Complex systems, thermodynamics of swarms and thermostatting in the fixpoint

Vortrag im Rahmen der gemeinsam veranstalteten Seminare „Komplexe Stochastische Systeme“ (Universität Wien) und „Analyse Komplexer Systeme“ (Medizinische Universität Wien)

Systems may be complex in both their composition...

Fre, 8. Mär 13, 13:00

Klaus Kröncke (Potsdam): Linear Stability of Einstein metrics and Ricci flow

Abstract: A compact Einstein metric is called Linearly stable if the second variation of the Einstein-Hilbert functional is nonpositive on TT-tensors. We will discuss curvature conditions which ensure stability. Then we will show...

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