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Seminars, Fall 2003, Division of Mathematical Physics, LTH
Usually:
Fridays 15:30, Seminar room F,
Mathematical Physics, Sölvegatan 14A
(Don't forget to grab a piece of cake before the seminar
at the fika, 15:00 in the lunch room!)

3 November 2003  Monday, 15:30
(cake and coffe in the lunch room at 15:00)
JeanPierre Leburton
3D SelfConsistent Simulation of SpinQubit
Quantum Dots and Nanoscale Circuits

7 November 2003
Ingemar Ragnarsson, Matematisk Fysik, LTH
Nuclear Mass at Finite Angular Momenta

19 November 2003  Wednesday, 13:15
Eric Sträng, Matematisk Fysik, LTH
Master Thesis Presentation
Stabilization and Synchronization Behaviour of a Large Lattice of Coupled Limit Cycle Oscillators

20 November 2003  Thursday, 16:15
Bernhard Mehlig, Chalmers, Göteborg
Correlated Random Walks

21 November 2003  13:30,
Lecture Hall B, Physics Department
Per Östborn, Matematisk Fysik, LTH
Disputation
Phase Transitions in Large Oscillator Lattices

26 November 2003  Wednesday, 17:15
Andreas Heine, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Kramers doublets and GUE statistics in billiards of threefold symmetry

12 December 2003
Per Östborn, Matematisk Fysik, LTH
The Missing Theory of Phase Transitions
to Temporal Order in Oscillator Lattices:
Where is it hiding, what does it look like?

19 December 2003
Daniel Almehed, Manchester
SelfConsistent Theory of Adiabatic Large Amplitude Collective Motion in
Nuclear Structure
Besides standard research talks we have two more informal
types of seminars:
Overview Lectures
introduce people to basic problems and techniques outside their own
field of research. These talks are given on a basic level typically
at the blackboard (if the topic allows for it).
In Work in Progress Sessions
current topics of reseach and open problems are presented
stimulating discussions over the borders of the different research fields.
The topics are presented in an informal way and on a basic level
typically at the blackboard.
These seminars are usually scheduled for about 30 minutes, often arranged
in groups of two.
seminars 1998  2002
See also
Seminars at Fysikum:
Alla aktiviteter (local),
links to the Divisions
Seminars at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Seminars at the Department of Automatic Control
Last modified: Dec 19 2003
Stefan Keppeler
(
stefan.keppeler@matfys.lth.se)