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On an irregular basis various Special Seminars take place at the MPQ. The seminars are organized by scientists of our divisions, administration or staff representatives.

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Symposium: Gender and Physics?

  • 14:45h talk by Prof. T. Brage "What does Gender have to do with Physics?"
  • Date: Sep 29, 2017
  • Time: 14:00 - 16:30
  • Speaker: Professor Tomas Brage
  • Department of Physics, Director of Education at Undergraduate Programme of Studies within Faculty of Science, Lund University, Sweden
  • Room: New Lecture Hall, Room B 0.32
  • Host: MPQ

Agenda: 14:00h: Gender Equality at the MPQ (Frauke Logermann) - 14:15h: Equal Opportunities in the Max Planck Society (Dr. U. Weber) - 14:30h: The GENERA Project (Nicole Oetke) - 14:45h: Prof. T. Brage - 15:45h: Discussion [more]

Dynamics in cold atoms state engineering and quenches with long-range interactions (Prof. A. Daley)

In recent years, systems of ultracold atoms in optical lattices have opened new opportunities for exploring time-dependent many-body dynamics. [more]

Non-local Adiabatic Response of a Localized System to Local Manipulations (Prof. S. Sondhi)

We examine the response of a system localized by disorder to a time dependent local perturbation which varies smoothly with a characteristic timescale τ. [more]

Emergent slow dynamics in quantum many-body systems (Prof. E. Demler)

I will discuss several cases where far out of equilibrium dynamics of many-body systems gives rise to emergent quasistationary states, that can be loosely termed as prethermalized. [more]

 
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