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University of Washington
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INT Program: From Femtoscience to Nanoscience: Nuclei, Quantum Dots and Nanostructures

August 10 - 14, 2009

Igor Aleiner Columbia Univ 7/22-8/10
Yoram Alhassid Yale Univ 7/19-8/30
Boris L. Altshuler Columbia Univ 8/1-8/24
George Bertsch INT Local
Oriol Bohigas LPTMS 8/9-8/23
Aurel Bulgac Univ of Washington Local
Vadim Cheianov Lancaster Univ 8/5-8/25
Konstantin Efetov Univ Bochum 7/31-8/16
Vladimir Falko Lancaster Univ 8/6-8/19
Doron Gazit INT Local
Leonid Glazman Yale Univ 8/9-8/28
Felix Izrailev BUAP 8/9-8/15
Igor Lerner Univ of Birmingham 8/3-8/28
Piotr Magierski Univ of WA Local
Konstantin Matveev ANL 8/3-8/22
Julia Meyer OH State 8/2-8/22
Thanh Nguyen ICTP 7/22-8/14
Thomas Papenbrock Univ of TN 8/9-8/14
Michael Pustilnik GA Inst of Tech 7/27-8/15
Jan Michael Rost Max Planck Inst 8/1-8/28
Georgy Shlyapnikov Univ Paris Sud 8/10-8/28
Christoph Stampfer ETH Zurich 8/11-8/15
Misha Stephanov Univ of IL, Chicago 8/9-8/19
Ionel Stetcu Univ of WA Local
Jan von Delft Ludwig Maximilians Univ 7/18-8/23
Hans Weidenmueller Max-Planck Inst 8/8-8/21
Vladimir Zelevinsky MI State Univ 8/12-8/21



This Week's Seminars:

Monday, August 10, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Konstantin Efetov, Ruhr Univ
"Exact bosonization for an interacting Fermi gas in arbitrary dimensions

Abstract

11:30 am - Vadim Cheianov, Lancaster Univ
"Ordered states of dilute adatom systems in graphene"
Abstract

Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Hans Weidenmueller, Max Planck Institute
"Constrained Ensembles of Gaussian Random Matrices"
Abstract

11:30 am - Thomas Papenbrock, Univ of Tennessee
"Random matrices and chaos in the nuclear shell model"
Abstract

Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Jan von Delft, Ludwig Maximilians Univ
"The Kondo exciton: non-equilibrium dynamics after a quantum quench in the Anderson impurity model"
Abstract
11:30 am - Anton Andreev, Univ of Washington
"Conductance of a single-atom carbon chain with graphene leads"
Abstract

Thursday, August 13, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Christoph Stampfer, ETH
"Graphene quantum dots"
Abstract

11:30 am - Julia Meyer, Ohio State Univ
"Subband transitions in interacting quantum wires"
Abstract

Friday, August 14, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Vladimir Zelevinsky, Michigan State Univ
"Many-body quantum chaos: What did we learn and how can we use it?"
Abstract

11:30 am - Felix Izrailev, BUAP, Puebla
"Intrinsic chaos in an open Fermi-system: from Ericson to conductance fluctuations"
Abstract

 

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