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Mit, 28. Mai 14, 11:00

Joseph M. Renes (ETH Zürich): From Classical to Quantum Information Processing via Uncertainty

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Classical information is "about something" in the sense that one can have information about the weather tomorrow, for instance the chance of rain. But what of quantum information? What does it mean,...

Mit, 28. Mai 14, 10:00

Beatrix Hiesmayr (Univ. Wien): Detecting and Quantifying Entanglement at Low and High Energies

Abstract:In this talk I introduce powerful frameworks how different types of bipartite and multipartite entanglement can be detected and show how differently the phenomenon ``entanglement’’ reveals for systems at different energy...

Mit, 28. Mai 14, 09:00

Ivette Fuentes (Univ. of Nottingham): Quantum technologies as tools to deepen our understanding of quantum theory and relativity

Abstract:Quantum information and quantum metrology can be used to study gravitational effects such as gravitational waves and the universality of the equivalence principle. On one hand, the possibility of carrying out experiments...

Die, 27. Mai 14, 17:30

Robert McGraw (Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA): Contributions of 19th-century physical chemistry to modern understanding of atmospheric nucleation processes

Abstract: I take this opportunity to review for a general scientific audience how early pioneering ideas at the foundations of physical chemistry remain so remarkably fertile in the quest towards molecular-level understanding of...

Die, 27. Mai 14, 16:15

Wolfgang Schweiger (Univ. Graz): Exclusive production of hadron pairs at PANDA

The PANDA (antiProton ANnihilation at DArmstadt) detector at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) is an internal target detector which will allow to identify and detect neutral and charged particles that can be...

Die, 27. Mai 14, 14:30

Susanne Zapreva (Direktorin Wien Energie): Woher kommt unsere Energie?

Wien Energie versorgt knapp zwei Millionen Menschen mit Elektrizität, Erdgas, Fernwärme und Energiedienstleistungen. Ermöglicht wird das durch einen Mix aus erneuerbarer Energie und hocheffizienten Kraft-Wärme-Kopplungsanlagen....

Die, 27. Mai 14, 14:15

Thomas Moser (Univ. Wien): One Dimensional Bose Einstein Condensation in a Random Potential

In this talk I discuss the properties of a one dimensional bose gas with a delta interaction term. I will show that the energy corresponding to a poisson distributed random potential has a first order deterministic limit. Further...

Mon, 26. Mai 14, 16:00

Michael Walter (IWM Freiburg): Nanoparticles and their environment: an intimate relationship

The controlled manipulation of structures on the nanometer scale is one of the key pathways for future technology. Moores’ empirical law of the constant downscale in structural features in electronic devices keeps true since...

Fre, 23. Mai 14, 14:15

Maud Formanek (Univ. Wien): Phase Transitions in Telechelic Star Polymers

Abstract: Novel colloidal systems constitute a broad and developing new field of research in soft matter science. Telechelic star polymers (TSPs), which are a hybrid system that combines the flexibility of chains with the...

Don, 22. Mai 14, 16:30

Johann Marton (Vienna): VIP2 - New precision tests of the Pauli Exclusion Principle for Electrons

One of the fundamental rules of quantum physics is represented by the Pauli Exclusion Principle (PEP). We know that this PEP is extremely well fulfilled as result of many observations. In the past many experiments were performed...

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