01 december, kl. 12.15
Seminarium i materialteori: Charge conductivity of Graphene/hexagonal Boron-Nitride superlattice
06 december, kl. 13.30–16.00
Seminarium: 15th geometri och fysik
07 december, kl. 10.00–11.00
Seminarium: Mapping class groups and difference operators
07 december, kl. 14.00–15.00
Seminarium: Radio-Frequency Cavities Research & Dsevelopment at CERN
Erk will present the research at CERN on the development of
radio-frequency (RF) normal and superconducting accelerating cavities,
high power RF amplifiers and low level RF control systems.
07 december, kl. 14.00–15.00
Seminarium: Imaging the photosphere of Betelgeuse with spectropolarimetry
07 december, kl. 15.15–16.30
Seminarium: The Cornell-BNL ERL Test Accelerator – status and opportunities
Weekly seminar in nuclear / high energy / accelerator physics. The Cornell-BNL ERL Test Accelerator (CBETA) takes a step towards the future Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) that BNL hopes to build as the next major nuclear physics project in the U.S.
Collaboration page: https://www.classe.cornell.edu/CBETA_PM
08 december, kl. 09.15–13.00
Disputation: Beam Diagnostics and Dynamics in Nonlinear Fields.
Offentligt försvar av Jim Ögrens doktorsavhandling i fysik med inriktning mot elementarpartikelfysik
08 december, kl. 12.15
Seminarium i materialteori: In search for new permanent magnets: predicting magnetic structures by using adaptive genenetic algorithms.
There's a continuous increase in using permanent magnets for various technological applications. The performance of modern permanent magnets is greatly enhanced by the presence of rare-earth elements, Nd, Sm, Pr, in the magnetic material. However, these elements are critical raw materials, and their scarcity greatly increased the price of permanent magnets.
Recently, many efforts are devoted to t
11 december, kl. 15.15–17.00
Seminarium med nobelpristagaren Sheldon Glashow: The Status and Future of Particle Physics
12 december, kl. 11.00
Seminarium: Green-Schwarz Automorphisms and 6D SCFTs
12 december, kl. 13.45–15.00
Seminarium: Algebraic structure of tt* equations, modularity and topological strings
13 december, kl. 10.00–11.45
Nobelföreläsningarna 2017: Fysik
2017 års nobelpristagare i fysik, professor Rainer Weiss, professor Barry C. Barish och professor Kip S. Thorne, besöker Uppsala universitet och ger en öppen föreläsning om forskningen som ledde fram till Nobelpriset.
13 december, kl. 14.30
Seminarium: Long-range Ising model as a physical example of non-local CFT
18 december, kl. 15.15–17.00
Kollokvium: Albert Einstein on Light; Light on Albert Einstein
Where does deep insight in physics come from? For those who view physics as a highly rational science grounded in strict mathematics, it is tempting to think that it comes from the purest and most precise of reasoning, following ironclad laws of thought that compel the clear mind completely rigidly. And yet the truth is quite otherwise.
19 december, kl. 11.00–12.00
Seminarium: Observational Astrophysics Research in Uppsala
20 december, kl. 13.45–15.00
Seminarium: Algebraic properties of the monopole formula
21 december, kl. 14.00–15.00
Seminarium: Dismantling Hubble¹s Legacy?
Much of Edwin Hubble's legacy relies upon his supposed discovery
of 3 fundamental relationships/quantities in Astrophysics that were the
basis for much of 20th century cosmology. I will discuss how many others prior
to Hubble either discovered these first or were major (unattributed)
contributors to these discoveries.