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Mon, 18. Sep 17, 15:00

Sabine Wölk (Austria): Quantum enhanced reinforcement learning

The past decade has seen the parallel advance of two research areas—quantum computation and artificial intelligence — from abstract theory to practical applications and commercial use. Despite this seemingly simultaneous...

Don, 14. Sep 17, 09:00

Interscience - First Symposium of the Vienna Doctoral Schools

First interdisciplinary symposium of the Vienna Doctoral Schools from September 14-15, 2017

Science is currently undergoing major dynamic changes that are driven by technological development. Every technological leap opens new...

Die, 5. Sep 17, 09:00

David Miro Fajman (Vienna): Nonvacuum dynamics in General Relativity



The study of Einstein’s vacuum field equations as an evolutionary system has during the last 25 years dramatically increased our understanding of the structure of spacetimes - particularly with respect to the...

Mon, 4. Sep 17, 15:30

Juan A. Valiente Kroon (London): Conformal geometry and spinors in General Relativity



General Relativity is a continuous source of vigorous research spanning Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics. The detailed understanding of the consequences of this theory requires a systematic study of the solutions...

Mon, 4. Sep 17, 14:00

Stephen R. Green (Waterloo, ON): Investigations of Gravitational Dynamics


My research program aims to uncover the full scope of dynamics in general relativity. In many cases, perturbations of stationary background spacetimes quickly damp away due to propagation of gravitational waves to...

Mon, 4. Sep 17, 10:30

Olivier Sarbach (Mexico): Five Topics in Black Hole Physics


I will provide a brief overview of my current and past research work which has focused on the initial-boundary value formulation for Einstein's field equations, the stability of compact objects, the gravitational...

Mon, 4. Sep 17, 09:00

Eloisa Bentivegna (Catania): Models of the relativistic Universe for the XXI century




Strong gravitational fields exhibit a rich phenomenology that can help us probe how space, time and matter behave under extreme conditions. Over the next few decades, a number of observational missions will acquire...

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