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AlbaNova and Nordita Colloquium (Managers: Jonsell, S.; Rosswog, S.; Zarembo, K.; Aurell, E.; Egor, B.; Svanborg, H.)

The joint Physics Colloquium normally takes place Thursdays at 15.15 in the Oskar Klein auditorium (FR4)

Coffee is served before the colloquium in front of the lecture hall.


For the list of archived lectures go to Home > Archives > AlbaNova and Nordita Colloquium

 

o 2017
November 2017
23 export to personal scheduler Pauline Gagnon ()
TBA
  
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09 export to personal scheduler Mats Larsson (Stockholm University)
TBA
  
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October 2017
19 export to personal scheduler David R. Smith (Duke University)
Metamaterials
  
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05 export to personal scheduler Val Zwiller (KTH)
TBA
  
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September 2017
28 export to personal scheduler Hiranya Peiris ()
  
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21 export to personal scheduler Hendrik Ohldag (Stanford)
TBA
  
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14 export to personal scheduler Felix Ryde (KTH) ()
  
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07 export to personal scheduler Ralf Klessen (University Heidelberg)
TBA
  
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June 2017
15 export to personal scheduler Ehud Altman (Berkeley)
Quantum thermalization and many-body localization.
  
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08 export to personal scheduler Richard Casten (Yale University and Michigan State University-FRIB)
Understanding atomic nuclei with algebra - historical perspective and recent developments
  
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May 2017
18 export to personal scheduler Klaus-Robert Müller (TU Berlin)
Machine learning and AI for the sciences -- towards understanding
  
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15 export to personal scheduler Duncan Haldane (Princeton)
Topological Quantum Matter and Entanglement. Lise Meitner Distinguished Lecture NOTE THE NEW DATE
  
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04 export to personal scheduler Nathalie Balaban (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Understanding the variability of growth in single cells: from bacteria to mammalian cells
  
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April 2017
27 export to personal scheduler Wojciech Zurek (LANL)
Decoherence and the Quantum Theory of the Classical
  
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20 export to personal scheduler Boris Shraiman (UCSB & KITP)
Physics and Biology of Morphogenesis
  
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06 export to personal scheduler Frank Wilczek (Stockholm University)
Time Crystals: New States of Matter
  
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March 2017
30 export to personal scheduler Erwin Frey (LMU Munich)
Generic Design Principles of Protein Pattern Formation in Cellular Systems
  
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23 export to personal scheduler Jonas Nycander (Stockholm University)
Ocean overturning circulation and small-scale mixing
  
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16 export to personal scheduler Mihail Shaposhnikov (EPFL)
Sterile Neutrinos as the Origin of Dark and Baryonic Matter
  
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February 2017
16 export to personal scheduler Eiichiro Komatsu (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany)
Critical Tests of the Theory of the Early Universe using the Cosmic Microwave Background
  
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09 export to personal scheduler Beate Heinemann (DESY and University of Freiburg)
ATLAS and CMS at the Large Hadron Collider: past, present and future
  
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02 export to personal scheduler Ignacio Cirac (MPI)
Quantum simulations: from condensed matter to high energy models
  
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January 2017
19 export to personal scheduler Michael Drewsen (Aarhus University)
Towards Coherent Internal State Manipulation of a Quantum State Prepared Single Molecular Ion
  
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o 2016
December 2016
08 export to personal scheduler Egor Babaev (KTH) [chair] (KTH )
2016 Nobel prize in physics, impact on physics research and future directions
  
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01 export to personal scheduler Scott Kirkpatrick (HUJI)
Mining the Air at the Edge of the Internet
  
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November 2016
24 export to personal scheduler Frank Wilczek (Stockholm University and MIT)
Augmenting Reality: Axions, Anyons, and Entangled Histories
  
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17 export to personal scheduler David Haviland (KTH)
The Atomic Force Microscope - 30 years of development in nanoscience
  
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10 export to personal scheduler Eva Lindroth (Stockholm University)
Attosecond physics and the dream of an electron movie
  
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03 export to personal scheduler Andy Mackenzie (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden & School of Physics & Astronomy, University of St Andrews)
Water, honey and electrons - evidence for electronic hydrodynamics in naturally occurring materials
  
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October 2016
27 export to personal scheduler Mats Larsson (SU)
Niels Bohr and the Nobel Prize
  
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20 export to personal scheduler Gabriela Gonzalez (Louisiana State University, for the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration)
Manne Siegbahn Memorial Lecture - Searching for – and finding! gravitational waves
  
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13 export to personal scheduler Willy Benz (University Bern)
Comets, Rosetta and the origin of the solar system
  
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06 export to personal scheduler Luis Lehner (Perimeter Institute)
Surprises in (strong/non linear) gravity
  
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04 export to personal scheduler TBA (TBA)
Special Nobel Prize colloquium
  
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September 2016
29 export to personal scheduler Gregory Falkovich (Weizmann Institute)
What drives weather changes
  
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15 export to personal scheduler Chris Jarzynski (Maryland)
Irreversibility, information and the second law of thermodynamics at the nanoscale
  
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08 export to personal scheduler Bernard Derrida (Collège de France and Ecole Normale Supérieure)
The importance of large deviations in non-equilibrium systems
  
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June 2016
09 export to personal scheduler Alessandra Buonanno (Albert Einstein Institute)
GW150914 and the next theoretical challenges in gravitational-wave observations
  
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02 export to personal scheduler Bert Halperin (Harvard)
Lise Meitner Distinguished Lecture: Defects with Character: Zero-Energy Majorana Modes in Condensed-Matter Systems
  
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May 2016
27 export to personal scheduler Kip S. Thorne (California Institute of Technology)
The 2016 Oskar Klein Memorial Lecture Gravitational Waves: The Physics and Astrophysics of LIGO
  
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19 export to personal scheduler Astrid de Wijn (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Understanding friction at the nano scale
  
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12 export to personal scheduler Uriel Frisch (Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur)
Cauchy's almost forgotten Lagrangian formulation of the Euler equation for 3D incompressible flow and modern perspectives
  
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April 2016
28 export to personal scheduler Jean-Philippe BOUCHAUD (Capital Fund Management (Paris) and Ecole Polytechnique)
Critical price impact and the intrinsic fragility of financial markets
  
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21 export to personal scheduler Heike Rauer (Institut für Planetenforschung, DLR, Berlin-Adlershof and Zentrum für Astronomie und Astrophysik, TU Berlin)
Extrasolar Planets: From hot-Jupiters to cool Earths
  
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14 export to personal scheduler Lene B. Oddershede (Niels Bohr Institutet)
Optical manipulation and bio-applications of plasmonic nanoparticles
  
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07 export to personal scheduler Ramesh Narayan (CfA Harvard)
Black Hole Astrophysics
  
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March 2016
17 export to personal scheduler Thomas Henning (MPIA Heidelberg)
The Physics of Star Formation
  
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10 export to personal scheduler Anna Watts (University of Amsterdam)
Explosions from neutron stars
  
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February 2016
25 export to personal scheduler Måns Ehrenberg (Uppsala University)
Accuracy of genetic code translation by transfer RNAs on the messenger RNA programmed ribosome
  
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04 export to personal scheduler Prof. Rashid Sunyaev (Director, Max-Planck-Institut für Astrophysik, Garching)
2015 Oskar Klein Memorial Lecture - "Unavoidable distortions in the spectrum of CMB and the Blackbody Photosphere of our Universe"
  
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o 2015
December 2015
17 export to personal scheduler Kevin Webb (Purdue University)
Photonics for the Biosciences and Health: In Vivo and Microscopic Information
  
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08 export to personal scheduler Ed Kearns and Dave Wark (Super-Kamiokande and SNO)
Panel Discussion on the Nobel Prize in Physics 2015
  
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03 export to personal scheduler Eugene Demler (Harvard University)
Nonequilibrium dynamics of fermions: from resonant Xray scattering in solids to ultracold atoms
  
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November 2015
26 export to personal scheduler Immanuel Bloch (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München)
Controlling and Exploring Quantum Matter at the Single Atom Level
  
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19 export to personal scheduler Chris Pethick (Nordita and Niels Bohr Institute)
Neutron stars: simple considerations and recent progress
  
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12 export to personal scheduler Subir Sachdev (Harvard)
Long-range quantum entanglement in metals
  
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05 export to personal scheduler Anton Zeilinger (University of Vienna & Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Quantum Teleportation, Entanglement, and Einstein’s Question “What is Light?”
  
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05 export to personal scheduler Michael Kramer (Max-Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bonn)
Radio astronomy and the centenary of general relativity
  
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05 export to personal scheduler Anton Zeilinger (University of Vienna)
Manne Siegbahn lecture
  
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October 2015
29 export to personal scheduler Mogens Jensen (Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen)
Arnold Tongues in Cell Dynamiccs
  
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06 export to personal scheduler TBA ()
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2015
  
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September 2015
24 export to personal scheduler Michael Berry (University of Bristol)
Nature’s optics and our understanding of light
  
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August 2015
20 export to personal scheduler Masaru Shibata (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto)
Binary neutron star mergers and numerical relativity
  
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June 2015
11 export to personal scheduler Frank Wilczek (MIT)
Lise Meitner Distinguished Lecture: Physics in 100 years
  
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May 2015
21 export to personal scheduler Shivaji Sondhi (Princeton University)
Many Body Localization
  
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07 export to personal scheduler Nikolay Prokofev (University of Massachusetts)
Wandering amongst Feynman Diagrams for strongly correlated fermions.
  
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April 2015
23 export to personal scheduler Egor Babaev (KTH )
Type-1.5 superconductivity: recent experimental evidence and candidate materials
  
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16 export to personal scheduler John Wettlaufer (Nordita and Yale)
Squish, buckle and break: some pattern formation problems in soft matter
  
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March 2015
12 export to personal scheduler Åke Nordlund (Niels Bohr Insititute and Centre for Star and Planet Formation, University of Copenhagen)
Zooming in on star and protoplanetary disk formation
  
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05 export to personal scheduler Claudia de Rham (Case Western Reserve University)
Our Accelerating Universe and Modified Gravity
  
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February 2015
26 export to personal scheduler Mauro Paternostro (Queen’s University Belfast)
A thermodynamic route to the quantum-to-classical transition
  
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January 2015
29 export to personal scheduler Matthias Troyer (ETH Zürich)
Validation of quantum devices
  
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o 2014
November 2014
27 export to personal scheduler ()
  
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20 export to personal scheduler Andrew Strominger (Harvard University)
Conformal Symmetry in the Sky (Oskar Klein Memorial Lecture)
  
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06 export to personal scheduler Katherine Freese (NORDITA)
Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology
  
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October 2014
29 export to personal scheduler Michele Parrinello (ETH Zurich and Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano)
Atomistic Modeling of Crystal Nucleation and Growth
  
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16 export to personal scheduler Bill Atwood (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Exploring the Gamma Ray Universe (Manne Siegbahn Memorial Lecture)
  
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07 export to personal scheduler Anne L'Huillier (KVA)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2014
  
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02 export to personal scheduler Nicola Spaldin (ETH Zurich)
From Materials to Cosmology: Studying the early universe under the microscope
  
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September 2014
18 export to personal scheduler G.F. Bertsch (University of Washington)
Nuclear physics: a laboratory for many-particle quantum mechanics
  
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June 2014
12 export to personal scheduler Eugene Mele (University of Pennsylvania)
Twist and Texture in Multilayer Graphene
  
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May 2014
22 export to personal scheduler Jan Zaanen (Instituut-Lorentz for Theoretical Physics, Leiden University)
The string theory – condensed matter flirtation: an eyewitness account
  
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15 export to personal scheduler Jan Hamann (CERN)
Inflation after Planck and BICEP2
  
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08 export to personal scheduler D.N. Basov (University of California San Diego )
Nano-plasmonic phenomena in graphene
  
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April 2014
24 export to personal scheduler Georg Raffelt (Max Planck Institute for Physics, Munich, Germany)
Neutrinos: Ghost particles of the universe
  
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03 export to personal scheduler Anders Nilsson (Stanford University)
X-ray Lasers Create New Opportunities in Chemical Physics
  
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March 2014
27 export to personal scheduler Stefan Klumpp (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Golm-Potsdam, Germany)
Cellular economy of molecular machines
  
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20 export to personal scheduler Christos Flytzanis (Laboratoire Pierre Aigrain, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris)
Ultrafast high THz-field photo-driven carrier dynamics and transport in nanostructures
  
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13 export to personal scheduler Nina Rohringer (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science, Hamburg)
A roadmap towards nonlinear x-ray spectroscopy
  
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06 export to personal scheduler Larus Thorlacius (Nordita)
The black hole information paradox
  
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February 2014
20 export to personal scheduler Per Kornhall ()
The rise and fall of a equitable school system – Sweden and the PISA results
  
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06 export to personal scheduler Anne L.Huillier (Lund University)
From Extreme Nonlinear Optics to Ultrafast Atomic Physics
  
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January 2014
30 export to personal scheduler Luca Biferale (University of Rome "Tor Vergata" )
On the direct and inverse energy transfer in 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional turbulent flows
  
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16 export to personal scheduler Steve Teitel (Rochester)
Jamming and Glassy Behavior in Granular and Soft Matter Systems
  
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o 2006
June 2006
17 export to personal scheduler Duncan Haldane (Princeton)
  
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