Szemináriumok

Időpont Előadócsökkenő sorrend Cím esemeny_tipus
2017.12.08. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner RC) The Surface Code -- how to realize topological quantum computing in the lab
2016.11.04. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner) 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics
2018.06.21. 16:15 János Engländer (Boulder, Colorado) Turning a coin over instead of tossing it
2017.04.13. 09:15 János Pető Formation of two-dimensional MoS2xOx solid solutions through ambient oxidation
2016.12.02. 13:15 János Pető Intrinsic structural defects of transition metal dichalcogenides
2020.02.14. 09:15 János Török (BME) Plato’s cube and the natural geometry of fragmentation Szeminárium
2017.03.02. 08:15 János Volk Semiconducting nanowires
2016.06.03. 08:15 Jed H. Pixley (U. Maryland) Rare region induced avoided quantum criticality in disordered three-dimensional Dirac and Weyl semi-metals
2017.05.11. 16:15 Jeff Steif (Chalmers University, Göteborg) Random walks on dynamical percolation
2017.11.27. 13:15 Jelena Klinovaja (Basel) Topological states (Majorana fermions and parafermions) in low-dimensional systems

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