Seminars

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2023.04.04. 17:15 Maya Mincheva (Northern Illinois University, Dekalb IL) Reaction networks with time delays Szeminárium
2021.05.06. 16:00 Michael Freitas Gustavo (Center of Molecular Modeling, Ghent University) Reparameterization of Computational Chemistry Force Fields Using Globally Managed Parallel Optimization Szeminárium
2016.04.29. 08:15 Michal Mruczkiewicz (Slovak Aced. Sci.) Particular Properties of Spin Waves in Magnonic Crystals
2015.11.20. 09:15 Mihály Kállay Linear-scaling electronic structure methods for large molecular systems
2022.12.13. 17:15 Mihály Vághy, Gábor Szederkényi (Pázmány P. Catholic Univ., Budapest) Lyapunov stability of generalized ribosome flow models Szeminárium
2016.09.23. 08:15 Mihály Weiner (BUTE Dept. Math. Analysis) How does a charged particle move in an external electromagnetic field?
2022.04.05. 14:15 Mike Zaletel (Berkeley) Twist, squeeze, stretch: topological physics in bilayer graphene Szeminárium
2019.04.05. 08:15 Mikhail Lemeshko (IST Austria) The angulon quasiparticle: from molecules in superfluids to ultrafast magnetism Szeminárium
2016.09.16. 08:15 Miklós Csontos (BME Dept. Phys.) Asymmetry-induced resistive switching in Ag-Ag2S-Ag memristors enabling a simplified atomic-scale memory design
2017.03.09. 08:15 Miklós Kellermayer Nanomanipulation with light

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