Szemináriumok

Időpont Előadó Cím esemeny_tipuscsökkenő sorrend
2020.03.09. 13:00 György Frank (BME) Magnetic degeneracy points in interacting two-spin systems: geometrical patterns, topological charge distributions, and their stability Szeminárium
2021.04.19. 12:15 Junyeong Ahn (Harvard) Riemannian geometry of resonant optical responses Szeminárium
2022.01.25. 16:00 Boros Balázs (Vienna Univ.): Limit cycles in mass-preserving three species mass-action systems Szeminárium
2021.02.04. 16:00 Szederkényi Gábor (PPKE) Nonlinear model predictive control with logic constraints for COVID-19 management Szeminárium
2021.02.12. 09:15 Ferenc Simon (BME) Triplet exciton states in carbon nanotubes: a possible candidate for telecomm compatible qubits Szeminárium
2021.10.28. 14:15 Prof. Timothy E. O’Brien Statistical and Mathematics Aspects of Modelling and Experimental Design Szeminárium
2020.10.26. 13:15 Pasquale Scarlino (EPFL) Microwave Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with superconductor-semiconductor hybrid technology Szeminárium
2021.05.17. 12:15 Ed Barnes (Virginia Tech) Dynamically corrected gates from geometric space curves Szeminárium
2022.04.05. 16:00 Casian Pantea (West Virginia Univ.) Graphical sufficient conditions on multistationarity of open mass-action networks Szeminárium
2021.03.11. 06:30 Zoltán Zimborás (Wigner/BME) Fermion Sampling: merging the strengths of Random Circuit Sampling and Boson Sampling Szeminárium

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