Institut für Theoretische Physik
Start / Aktuell
November  2014
Mo
24.11.2014
Seminarraum A.04.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Quantenfeldtheorie (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.412)

Simone Dresti
Göttingen

An overview of Renormalization in Curved Space-Time



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Mo
24.11.2014
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Aktuelle Probleme der theoretischen Festkörperphysik (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.411)

Fabian Biebl
Universität Göttingen

Thermalization rates in a closed 1d quantum system



Mo
24.11.2014
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
15:00
Aktuelle Probleme der theoretischen Festkörperphysik (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.411)



Di
25.11.2014
Seminarraum 5 (C02.101)
Fakultät für Physik
00:00
Probevorlesung

Dr. Matthias Schröter
MPI Dynamik und Selbstorganisation

Laminarer Fluss bei kleinen Reynoldszahlen



Kontakt: Dekanat
Di
25.11.2014
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Theoretisch-physikalisches Seminar

Herbert Spohn
TU München

Equilibrium time correlations for anharmonic chains

Since the 1970ies it has been recognized that one-dimensional systems generically have anomalous transport. One manifestation is to consider the super-diffusive spreading of sound and heat peak for the time correlations of the conserved quantities in equilibrium. Recently I proposed a nonlinear extension of fluctuating hydrodynamics to capture the large scale behavior of the correlations. In my talk I will explain the basic theoretical construction and compare with molecular dynamics simulations. The theory amounts to a multi-component extension of the one-dimensional KPZ equation.

Kontakt: J. Oberreuter
Mi
26.11.2014
Seminarraum Astrophysik (SR 17, F 05.104)
SFB 963
16:15
SFB 963 Seminar

Prof. Moira Jardine
SUPA, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of St. Andrews

The Space Weather of other Suns

"Space Weather" describes the impact that the Sun has on its environment through the magnetically powered flares, mass ejections and wind that it produces. Although the Sun is a relatively inactive star, the impact of a large solar mass ejection can damage satellite electronics, shut down terrestrial power grids and disrupt radio communications. On more active stars, we might expect even more dramatic space weather and a greater impact on any orbiting planets. In this talk I will describe how we can use observations that reveal the geometry of stellar magnetic fields to understand the nature of the accompanying space weather.

Kontakt: Jeffers
Do
27.11.2014
Seminarraum Astrophysik (SR 17, F 05.104)
Astrophysik
14:15
Astrophysikalisches Kolloquium

Andreas Becker
AG statistische Physik, Institut für Physik, Universität Rostock

Modeling Giant Planets and Brown Dwarfs using ab initio equation of state data for hydrogen and helium



Kontakt: Wicht, MPS

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