Szemináriumok

Időpont Előadónövekvő sorrend Cím esemeny_tipus
2018.06.21. 16:15 János Engländer (Boulder, Colorado) Turning a coin over instead of tossing it
2016.11.04. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner) 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics
2017.12.08. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner RC) The The Surface Code -- how to realize topological quantum computing in the lab
2017.12.08. 13:15 János Asbóth (Wigner RC) The Surface Code -- how to realize topological quantum computing in the lab
2022.11.04. 09:15 János Asbóth (BME/Wigner) Quantum Entanglement: the Physics Nobel Prize 2022 Szeminárium
2020.02.07. 09:15 János Asbóth (BME/Wigner) How Google achieved Quantum Supremacy with a 53-qubit chip Szeminárium
2021.02.19. 09:15 János Asbóth (BME) Anomalous Levitation and Annihilation in Floquet Topological Insulators Szeminárium
2020.01.30. 16:15 Jan Swart (UTIA Prague) Recursive tree processes and the mean-field limit of stochastic flows Szeminárium
2021.12.07. 13:15 Jan Krzywda (Warsaw) Coherent electron shuttling as an adiabatic transition in the open quantum system Szeminárium
2017.02.22. 16:00 Jan Hamhalter (Czech Technical University in Prague) Jordan type maps, symmetries, and (piecewise) structures of operator alg.

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