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APR 2, 2012
This workshop focuses on various (quantum and classical) aspects of optomechanics. Its main objective is to provide a specialized forum for exchanging ideas between different research groups working in this exciting area. Read more
APR 26, 2013
Moshe Schecter (Ben-Gurion U., Israel)-- "The ferromagnetic random field Ising model"
MAY 3, 2013
Leonid Pryadko (UC Riverside)
"Quantum sparse-graph codes for future quantum computers."
MAY 10, 2013
Giulio Biroli (IPhT-CEA,Saclay) TBA.
MAY 17, 2013
Kyungwha Park (Virginia Tech)
OCT 4, 2013
Speaker: Chris Laumann (Harvard/Perimeter/U.Washington)
Host: Vadim Oganesyan (CUNY-CSI)
OCT 25, 2013
ITS Quantum condensed matter and information theory seminar series
Speaker: Mikail Kiselev (ICTP)
Host: Vadim Oganesyan Read more
NOV 15, 2013
ITS Quantum condensed matter and information theory seminar. Leo Radzihovsky (Univ. of Colorado). "Quench dynamics of a strongly interacting resonant Bose gas." Read more
NOV 22, 2013
ITS quantum condensed matter seminar
Guest speaker: Marcos Rigol (Penn State) Read more
OCT 31, 2013
ITS Applied Mathematics Nonlinear Analysis seminar
Speaker: Meijun Zhu (Univ. of Oklahoma) Read more