Seminars

Időpont Előadó Cím esemeny_tipussort descending
2021.11.22. 09:15 Thomas Kanne (Niels. Bohr Institute, Coppenhagen) Novel trends in growth of wires Szeminárium
2023.05.26. 08:15 Balázs Hetényi (BME) Extending the geometric phase formalism to cycles with isolated degeneracy points and how to implement finite size scaling in the modern polarization theory Szeminárium
2022.04.05. 14:15 Mike Zaletel (Berkeley) Twist, squeeze, stretch: topological physics in bilayer graphene Szeminárium
2023.02.09. 13:00 Ireneusz Weymann (Poznan) Numerical renormalization group and its applications to time-dependent problems Szeminárium
2020.07.20. 12:00 Ivan Vera-Marun (Uni. Manchester) Explorations on magnon spintronics: from novel spin-orbitronics effects to transistor devices Szeminárium
2021.05.20. 16:00 Vajda Sándor (Boston Univ.) The N34S mutation of SPINK1 may impact the kinetics of trypsinogen activation to cause early trypsin release in the pancreas Szeminárium
2021.01.18. 13:15 Ádám Bácsi (Győr) Dissipation-Induced Luttinger Liquid Correlations in a One-Dimensional Fermi Gas Szeminárium
2022.11.01. 17:15 M. A. Al-Radhawi (Northeastern University, Boston, MA) A computational framework for a Lyapunov-enabled analysis of biochemical reaction networks Szeminárium
2020.09.25. 06:30 Arne Grimsmo (U Sydney) Dispersive readout of Majorana qubits Szeminárium
2022.05.17. 12:30 Alberto Morpurgo (Geneva) 2D magnetic materials Szeminárium

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