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

August 24-28, 2009

Yoram Alhassid Yale Univ 7/19-8/30
George Bertsch INT Local
Aurel Bulgac Univ of Washington Local
Vadim Cheianov Lancaster Univ 8/5-8/25
Gleb Finkelstein Duke Univ 8/23-8/28
Stefan Frauendorf Univ of Notre Dame 8/23-8/29
Doron Gazit INT Local
Leonid Glazman Yale Univ 8/9-8/28
Yoseph Imry Weizmann Inst 8/16-8/26
Philippe Jacquod Univ of Arizona 8/16-8/29
Mikhail Kiselev ICTP 8/17-8/28
Vladimir Kravtsov ICTP 8/19-8/29
Igor Lerner Univ of Birmingham 8/3-8/28
Piotr Magierski Univ of Washington Local
Jan Michael Rost Max Planck Inst 8/1-8/28
Georgy Shlyapnikov Univ Paris Sud 8/10-8/28
Ionel Stetcu Univ of Washington Local



This Week's Seminars:

Monday, August 24, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Yoseph Imry, Weizmann Institute
Pair-breaking effect on mesoscopic persistent currents far above the superconducting Tc - a solution to the puzzle?"
Abstract
11:30 am - Philippe Jacquod, Univ of Arizona
"From charge to spin transport in ballistic systems with spin-orbit coupling: geometric correlations and breakdown of the semiclassics-random matrix theory equivalence"
Abstract

Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Gleb Finkelstein, Duke Univ
"From sequential to resonant tunneling through a quantum level in a dissipative environment"
Abstract
11:30 am - Mikhail Kiselev, ICTP
"Slow noise in the Landau-Zener theory"
Abstract

Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - David Cobden, Univ of Washington
"Experiments on phase transitions in nanostructures"
Abstract
11:30 am - Stefan Frauendorf, Univ of Notre Dame
TBA

Thursday, August 27, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:30 am - Vladimir Kravtsov, ICTP
"Multifractal superconductivity"
Abstract
11:30 am - Piotr Magierski, Univ of Washington
"The properties of the unitary Fermi gas at finite temperatures - Quantum Monte Carlo approach"
Abstract

Friday, August 28, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

No talks scheduled at time of posting

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