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2023.02.09. 13:00 Ireneusz Weymann (Poznan) Numerical renormalization group and its applications to time-dependent problems Szeminárium
2022.03.22. 16:00 Matthew Johnston (Lawrence Technological University) Analyzing Steady States of Mass Action Systems through Network Splitting Szeminárium
2021.05.06. 16:00 Michael Freitas Gustavo (Center of Molecular Modeling, Ghent University) Reparameterization of Computational Chemistry Force Fields Using Globally Managed Parallel Optimization Szeminárium
2023.12.05. 17:15 Carsten Wiuf (Univ. of Copenhagen) Complex balanced distributions for chemical reaction networks Szeminárium
2020.03.02. 16:15 Timothy O'Brien (Loyola University, Chicago) Time Series, Latent Class Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Experimental Design Szeminárium
2022.11.01. 17:15 M. A. Al-Radhawi (Northeastern University, Boston, MA) A computational framework for a Lyapunov-enabled analysis of biochemical reaction networks Szeminárium
2021.11.19. 09:15 Doru Sticlet (Cluj-Napoca) Non-Hermitian Linear Response Theory Szeminárium
2021.03.01. 13:15 Alessandro Romito (Lancaster) Entanglement transition from continuous quantum measurements Szeminárium
2020.11.13. 09:15 Újfalussy Balázs (Wigner) Felületi állapotok szupravezető többrétegekben Szeminárium
2019.11.22. 09:15 Zoltán Tajkov (ELTE) Competition of trivial and topological phases in graphene based hybrid systems Szeminárium

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