Talks

Colloquium
coffee, tea, cookies at 16:15 in the main hall
Monday 16:30-17:30
Seminar room 1+2
- monthly seminars -
Seminar room 1+2
- weekly seminars -
Monday 11:00-12:00
Room 1D1
Wednesday 16:30 - 17:30
Seminar room 1D1
Thursday 14:00-15:00
Seminar room 3

 

 

 

Vorträge in chronologischer Reihenfolge

iCal All Events
25 Sep 2017
16:30

Quantum Metrology, the art of parameter estimation

Anna Sanpera Trigueros, ICREA and Universitat Autònoma Barcelona, Spain

Seminarroom 1+2+3 iCal Event
27 Sep 2017
14:00

Neural-network Quantum States

Giuseppe Carleo (ETH Zurich)

Room 1D1 iCal Event
11 Okt 2017
14:00

tba

Yevgeny Bar-Lev (Columbia University)

tba

Room 1D1 iCal Event
12 Okt 2017
16:40

WS 2017/18 - Topic: Motivation + Statistical physics (ergodicity, entropy max) + List of questions at the end

Seminarroom 1+2 iCal Event
16 Okt 2017
16:30

Gutzwiller Colloquium: Making Living Matter from the bottom up

Ramin Golestanian (University of Oxford)

There are many ways to study life, and one that is particularly appealing to physicists is regarding it as self-organized active soft matter that is away from equilibrium ``just the right way’’. In this Colloquium, I will discuss this notion, and provide a number of examples of how we can begin to put together simple systems - from basic ingredients that we fully understand - that would exhibit the kind of active behaviour we find in living systems. I will address the question of stability of a living system made of active components and propose a fundamentally new mechanism in which a competition between chemical signalling and cell division can determine the homeostatic conditions at the systemic level.

Seminarroom 1+2+3 iCal Event
19 Okt 2017
14:00

TBA

Inti Sodemann (MPI-PKS)

Room 1D1 iCal Event
01 Nov 2017
16:30

On the mathematical treatment of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation

Thierry Jecko (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)

In this talk, I shall review the mathematical formulation of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation and compare it to the traditional physical point of view. I shall point out some rigorous results and open questions.

Room 1D1 iCal Event