Institut für Theoretische Physik
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April  2014
Do
24.04.2014
Sitzungssaal Mathematik
Theoretische Physik
15:15
Graduiertenkolleg 1493

Jan Schlemmer
Wien

Deformed Quantum Field Theories and Thermal
Representations



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Mo
28.04.2014
Seminarraum A.04.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Quantenfeldtheorie (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.412)

S. Preiss
Göttingen

(Semesterplanung vor dem Vortrag)

Quanten-Energie-Ungleichungen



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Di
29.04.2014
SR 3, Institut für Theoretische Physik, A03.101
SFB 937
17:15
Seminar

Walter Zimmermann
University of Bayreuth

Pattern creation in nature and materials



Kontakt: C.F. Schmidt

Mai  2014
Di
06.05.2014
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Theoretisch-physikalisches Seminar

Dr. Kaden Hazzard
JILA/NIST Boulder, Colorado, USA

TBA



Mo
12.05.2014
Seminarraum A.04.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Quantenfeldtheorie (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.412)

M. Requardt
Göttingen

TBA



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Di
13.05.2014
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Theoretisch-physikalisches Seminar

J. Glaser
Univ. of Minnesota

TBA



Kontakt: M. Müller

Juni  2014
Fr
06.06.2014
SR 3, Institut für Theoretische Physik, A03.101
SFB 937
14:15
Seminar

William Gelbart
UCLA

Physical Aspects of Viral Infectivity - RNA vs DNA

Viruses are unique among evolving organisms in having genomes that are not necessarily double-stranded (ds) DNA; most viral genomes, in fact, are single-stranded (ss) RNA. My talk will discuss how the widely-differing life cycles of RNA and DNA viruses can be understood in terms of the widely-differing properties of RNA and DNA molecules as physical objects. More explicitly, a dsDNA gene – in spite of its sequence heterogeneity on which our lives depend – is basically “just” a linear homopolymer whose physical properties, e.g., “size” (radius of gyration) and end-to-end distance, are completely characterized by its contour length (molecular weight) and persistence length (stiffness). On the other hand, a ssRNA gene – in spite of it being a linear string of covalently-bound nucleotides – is effectively a highly-branched, flexible, polymer capable of providing exceptionally compact storage of genetic information. I focus on theory and experiment associated with two particular aspects of the infectivity of dsDNA and ssRNA viruses that result from these qualitative differences between their genomes: the high pressure of dsDNA viruses, and the spontaneous self-assembly of ssRNA viruses.

Kontakt: Glormann
Do
12.06.2014
Sitzungssaal Mathematik
Theoretische Physik
15:15
Graduiertenkolleg 1493

Marek J. Radzikowski
MaAmerican University of Afghanistan

TBA (Microlocal analysis in QFT)



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren

Juli  2014
Di
22.07.2014
SR 3, Institut für Theoretische Physik, A03.101
SFB 937
17:15
Seminar

Prof. Motomu Tanaka
University of Heidelberg

TBA



Kontakt: Glormann

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