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Don, 28. Apr 16, 16:30

Sturt Manning (USA): Towards a Robust and Near-Absolute Anatolian Middle Bronze Age Tree-Ring Record

Towards a Robust and Near-Absolute Anatolian Middle Bronze Age Tree-RingRecord: Resolving Mesopotamian Chronology and the Dating of the Assyrian Colony Period in Anatolia through the Integration of Dendrochronology andRadiocarbon...

Don, 28. Apr 16, 14:00

Jacques Smulevici (Paris): Vector field methods for relativistic transport equations and applications

I will present recent results obtained in collaboration with D. Fajman and J. Joudiouxconcerning the study of relativistic kinetic equations via techniques inspired by the traditional vector field method of Klainerman. In the...

Mon, 25. Apr 16, 17:00

Norbert Schuch (JARA/RWTH Aachen): Entanglement structure of complex quantum systems

Complex quantum systems exhibit a variety of unconventional phenomena, such as protected quantized edge currents or excitations with non-trivial statistics. These phenomena are rooted in the complex global entanglement structure...

Mon, 25. Apr 16, 16:00

Angel Moreno (Spain): Single-Chain Polymer Nanoparticles: Models for Intrinsically Disordered Proteins and Soft Glass-Formers

Single chain nanoparticles (SCNPs) represent an emergent and promising class of synthetic nano-objects. By means of large-scale computer simulations and small-angle neutron scattering (SANS), we design and investigate different...

Fre, 22. Apr 16, 11:30

Adriano Festa (Linz): Some recent results about Hamilton Jacobi equations approximation in relation to Control theory and Games

In this talk, using the viscosity solutions theory, I will present some numerical problems of inte - rest with non classical features as the presence of discontinuous coefficients or unusual domains.Some points related to the...

Don, 21. Apr 16, 16:30

Markus Aspelmeyer and Jonas Schmöle (Vienna): A micromechanical proof-of-principle experiment for measuring the gravitational force of milligram masses

In this talk we address a simple question: how small can one make a gravitational source mass and still detect its gravitational coupling to a nearby test mass? We describe an experimental scheme based on micromechanical sensing...

Don, 21. Apr 16, 14:00

Yann Brenier (France): Large deviations, optimal transport and Newtonian gravitation

The Vlasov-Monge-Ampere model, based on optimal transport ideas, is an approximate model for classical (Newtonian) gravitation, closely related to the Zeldovich model in Cosmology. A derivation will be proposed, based on a double...

Die, 19. Apr 16, 16:15

Corcella Gennaro (INFN, Frascati): Parton Showers and Resummation for Bottom Fragmentation in Top Decays

For the sake of performing precise measurements of the top-quark properties,such as its mass, a reliable description of bottom-quark fragmentation in topdecays is fundamental.I will discuss the available tools to address...

Mon, 18. Apr 16, 17:00

Christian Hess (IFW Dresden): Unconventional superconductivity probed by scanning tunneling microscopy and Spectroscopy

In this talk, I will present recent results on the unconventional superconductor LiFeAs obtained by scanning tunneling micrsopcopy/spectroscopy (STM/STS). STM/STS is an important probe for studying such superconductors. On the...

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