Biophysics/Condensed Matter

August 1st, 2020 to July 31st, 2021. Previous/next year.
Oct28
4:00pm
Ayaka Usui
OIST
Simplifying multi-level thermal machines using virtual qubits
Nov04
3:30pm
Anada Roy
Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM)
Virtual Seminar - Zoom Meeting details TBA
The quantum sine-Gordon model with quantum circuits Host: Claudio Chamon
Nov13
12:00pm
Vladimir Manucharyan
University of Maryland
Virtual Seminar - Zoom Meeting details TBA
Condensed Matter Seminar: Title TBA Host: Anushya Chandran
Nov13
12:00pm
Vladimir Manucharyan
Colliding photons and instantons in superconducting circuits
Nov18
9:00am
Zhicheng Yang
Univ. of Maryland
Theory of anomalous Floquet higher-order topology
Nov20
12:00pm
Sid Parameswaran
University of Oxford
Symmetry and topology of quasiparticles and their bound states in correlated insulators
Dec02
3:30pm
Liliana Arrachea
Departamento de Fisica, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales Universidad de Buenos Aires
Geometric properties of adiabatic thermal machines
Dec04
12:00pm
Nigel Cooper
University of Cambridge
Fragility of Time Reversal Symmetry-Protected Topological Phases
Dec09
2:00pm
Damien Barbier
ENS Cachan
(Non equilibrium) Thermodynamics of the classical Neumann model
Dec11
12:00pm
Izabella Lovas
LMU, Munich
Quantum Coulomb glass on the Bethe lattice
Dec18
12:00pm
Giuseppe De Tomasi
Cambridge University
Multifractality meets entanglement: relation for non-ergodic extended states
Dec23
12:00pm
Nikko Pomata
Stonybrook
In search of a many-body mobility edge in a quasiperiodic system with matrix product states
Jan11
11:00am
Aaron Hui 
Cornell
Beyond Ohm's law -- Bernoulli effect and streaming in electron hydrodynamics
Jan12
11:00am
Seth Davis
Rice
Non-Markovian dephasing of disordered, quasi-one-dimensional fermion systems
Jan14
11:00am
Michael Flynn
UCDavis
"Bose Condensation" in Strongly Spin-Orbit Coupled Dimer Magnets
Jan15
11:00am
Srivatsa Nagara Srinivasa Prasanna 
MPIPKS
Escaping many-body localization in a single eigenstate via an emergent symmetry.
Feb10
2:00pm
Adarsh Ganesan 
the US National Institute of Standards and Technology
Phononic Frequency Combs – A New Addition to Photonics, MEMS, Quantum Information Science and Material Nanoscience
Mar10
2:00pm
Boris Spivak 
Univ. of Washington
Propagation of nonlinear waves in disordered media