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  • Paul Nurse, Rockefeller University, The Great Ideas of Biology
    forms Paul Nurse is a geneticist and cell biologist who has worked with the fission yeast to understand how the eukaryotic cell cycle is controlled and how cell shape and cell dimensions are determined His major work has been on the cyclin dependent protein kinases and how they regulate onset of s phase and mitosis and ensure there is only one s phase each cell cycle He is President of

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/plecture/nurse/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Conference: Materials by Design: Understanding and Controlling the Electronic Properties of Novel Correlated Electron Systems
    Ni 1 Ni 2 d 9 d 8 Nickelate Isoelectronic with Superconducting Cuprates Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK Afternoon Poster Chair Andy Millis Columbia 2 00pm Alexey Rubtsov Moscow State Univ Mutli Orbital Continuous Time QMC for LDA DMFT Studies of LiNiO2 Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 45pm Presenters SHORT POSTER PRESENTATIONS Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 30pm POSTER SESSION AND REFRESHMENTS IN COURTYARD 5 00pm RECEPTION KITP Courtyard 6 00pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 8 00pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Wednesday February 10 2010 Session Topic Heavy Fermion Morning Session Chair Chandra Varma UC Riverside Talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 9 00am Zachary Fisk UC Irvine Superconducting Materials What We Learn From the Heavy Fermions Slides Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Filip Ronning LANL Understanding Transition Temperature Differences in Heavy Fermion Superconductors Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Elena Hassinger CEA INAC Hidden Order versus Antiferromagnetism in URu2Si2 Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am Kristjan Haule Rutgers Kondo Effect and Hidden Order in URu2Si2 Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK 2 00pm FREE AFTERNOON Shuttle Available to BWSCI time is flexible Thursday February 11 2010 Session Topic Ultrafast and High Energy Probes Morning Session Chair George Sawatzky Univ British Columbia Talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 9 00am Dimitri Basov UCSD Electronic Phase Separation and Memory Effects in Correlated Oxides Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Rudi Hackl WMI The Janus Face of Electrons in Superconductors with High Tc Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Peter Abbamonte UIUC Anomalous Enhancement of Low Energy Interface Spectral Weight Through the CMR Transition in LaMnO3 SrMnO3 Heterostructures Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am John Hill BNL Inelastic Studies of Complex Ground States Spin Charge Lattice and Orbital Excitations in Novel Materials Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 30pm LUNCH BREAK Session Topic Theory Afternoon Session Chair Gabi Kotliar Rutgers Talks are 30 min 15 min Discussion 2 00pm Mark van Schilfgaarde ASU Dynamic Spin Susceptibility in CaFeAs2 Podcast Aud Cam 2 45pm Ferdi Aryasetiawan Chiba Univ Downfolding the Many Electron Problem to a Low Energy Model Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 30pm AFTERNOON BREAK 4 00pm Olle Gunnarsson MPI Electron phonon Coupling and Correlation in Alkali doped Fullerenes Slides Podcast Aud Cam 4 45pm Garnet Chan Cornell Dynamical Mean Field Theory from a Quantum Chemistry Perspective Slides Podcast Aud Cam 5 30pm RECEPTION KITP Courtyard 6 00pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER 8 00pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI Friday February 12 2010 Session Topic Multilayers Morning Session Chair Thomas Maier ORNL Talks are 30 min 15 min discussion 9 00am Rossitza Pentcheva Univ Munich Manipulating Electronic States at Oxide Surfaces and Interfaces Slides Podcast Aud Cam 9 45am Satoshi Okamoto ORNL Theoretical Study of Strongly Correlated Heterostructures Podcast Aud Cam 10 30am MORNING BREAK 11 00am Ivan Bozovic BNL Digital Synthesis of High Tc Superconducting Heterostructures Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 45am Ram Seshadri UCSB Disorder and Magnetism An Examination of Some Spinel and

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/materials-c10/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Greg Dobler, KITP, A Light in the Dark: the Pursuit of the Nature of Dark Matter
    into the universe the objects that we see gas stars galaxies etc constitute only 15 of the total matter in the universe The other 85 does not interact electromagnetically and produces as far as we can tell no light to observe However we know that this dark matter exists because it does interact gravitationally and we observe these interactions The mystery of what exactly makes up the vast majority of matter in the universe is still completely unknown though there are several promising candidates and a wealth of new and upcoming data which may shed light on the problem I will review the evidence for how we know there is dark matter out there and describe modern searches both astronomical and terrestrial which may be on the verge of uncovering the elusive nature of this fundamental component of the universe Dr Gregory Dobler is an astrophysicist at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at UCSB He received his PhD in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Pennsylvania and spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Astrophysics at Harvard University His research interests concentrate on indirect detection of particle dark matter as well as its gravitational

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/friends/dobler/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Theory and Observation of Exoplanets
    Dong Lai Cornell Dynamical Tides in Exotic Stellar Binaries Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 04 1 30 p m Daniel Fabrycky Harvard CfA KITP Tidal Influence on Orbital Dynamics Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 09 11 00 a m Wes Traub JPL KITP Finding an Earth via Astrometry and Radial Velocity Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 09 1 30 p m Stéphane Udry Geneva Univ KITP Earth mass Planets with Radial Velocity Methods Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 16 11 00 a m Alex Wolszczan Penn State KITP Radio Detection of Exoplanets Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 16 1 30 p m Ray Jayawardhana Univ of Toronto KITP Characterizing Hot Jupiters From the Ground 2 18 11 00 a m Douglas Lin UCSC KITP Modeling Planet Populations I Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 18 1 30 p m Ed Thommes Univ Guelph KITP Modeling Planet Populations II Interactions and Distant Giant Planets Slides Podcast Vid Aud Cam 2 23 1 30 p m Susanne Pfalzner Univ Cologne KITP The Influence Of The Cluster Environment On Star Disc Systems Slides Podcast Vid Aud Cam 2 25 1 30 p m Christophe Sotin JPL KITP Super Earths vs Mini Neptunes Can We Tell The Difference Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 02 1 30 p m Shigeru Ida Tokyo Tech KITP Formation of Non Resonant Multiple Close In Super Earth Systems Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 04 1 30 p m Heather Knutson UC Berkeley KITP An Observer s Perspective on Circulation in Hot Jupiter Atmospheres 3 09 1 30 p m Bradley Hansen UCLA KITP Empirical Calibration of Tidal Qs Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 11 1 30 p m Jean Michel Désert Harvard CfA KITP Observations of Hot Jupiter Evaporation Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 16 1 30 p m Travis

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/exoplanets10/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Towards Material Design using Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
    1 14 10 30 a m Benjamin Powell Univ Queensland KITP Strong Correlations in Organic Charge Transfer Salts Superconductors Mott Insulators Bad Metals and Spin Liquids Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 14 2 00 p m Zachary Fisk UC Irvine KITP Heavy Fermions Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 19 10 30 a m Nicola Spaldin UCSB Whither Multiferroics Subtitle Should there still be two h s in Whither Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 21 10 30 a m Ole Andersen MPI KITP Designing Nickelates That Look Like Cuprates Slides Podcast Aud Cam 01 25 12 15 p m Gabi Kotliar Rutgers KITP Sleuthing the Hidden Order in URu2Si2 Using Realistic Dynamical Mean Field Theory DMFT Tools Podcast Aud Cam KITP Blackboard Lunch 1 26 10 30 a m D D Sarma Indian Inst of Sci Disorder and Polaronic Effects in Strongly Correlated Materials Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 28 10 30 a m Lubos Mitas NCSU KITP Quantum Monte Carlo Insights Into Many Body Effects and Applications Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 02 10 30 a m Leon Balents KITP Spin orbit Physics in the Mott Regime Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 04 10 30 a m Matthias Scheffler Fritz Haber Inst UCSB KITP Get Real Ab Initio Description and Modeling of Correlated Electron Materials Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 05 2 30 p m Alexey Rubtsov Moscow State KITP Karsten Held Vienne Tech KITP Discussion on Dual Fermion Approach and Dynamical Vertex Approximation Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 8 12 Conference Materials by Design Understanding and Controlling the Electronic Properties of Novel Correlated Electron Systems 2 16 10 30 a m Jeff Snyder Caltech Challenges and Opportunities for Condensed Matter Physics of Thermoelectric Materials Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 16 2 00 p m Kamran Behnia ESPCI Paris Low

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/materials10/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Program: Evolutionary Perspectives on Mechanisms of Cellular Organization
    Aud Cam 1 20 9 00 a m Mike Lynch Indiana Univ KITP What Would it Take to Make an Evolutionary Cell Biology Podcast Aud Cam 1 20 9 00 a m Jean Francois Joanny Curie Inst Dynamin Mechanisms of Action Podcast Aud Cam 1 20 11 00 a m Akihiko Nakano RIKEN Mechanistic Insights Into the Membrane Trafficking Through and Around the Golgi Apparatus 1 21 9 00 a m Shelley Sazer Baylor College KITP Nuclear Size Shape and Organization During the Closed Mitotic Cell Cycle of Fission Yeast 1 21 11 00 a m Suliana Manley EPFL BSP KITP Visualization of Endoplasmic Reticulum 1 22 9 00 a m Chinlin Guo Caltech A Myosin Mediated Lateral Inhibition Controls Cell Shapes in Response to Substrate Mechanics 1 25 10 00 a m Amy Caudy Princeton Susanne Rafelski UCSF Tutorial on Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 25 3 30 p m Susanne Rafelski UCSF Tutorial on Mitochondria and Chloroplasts cont d Podcast Aud Cam 1 26 9 00 a m Kathy Osteryoung MSU Structure Function and Evolution of the Chloroplast Division Machinery in Plants 1 26 11 00 a m Susanne Rafelski UCSF Quantitative Analysis of Mitochondrial Size and Topology in Budding Yeast Podcast Aud Cam 1 27 9 00 a m Carol Dieckmann Univ Arizona Asymmetric Placement and Assembly of Eyespots a Cell and Chloroplast Collaboration Podcast Aud Cam 1 28 9 00 a m Amy Caudy Princeton Mitochondrial Abundance and Function is Regulated by Multiple Genes in Yeast Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 28 11 00 a m Bill Saxton UCSC Making Mitochondria Move Fighting or Facilitating Entropy Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 01 10 00 a m Benjamin Glick Univ of Chicago Self organization and Dynamics of the Secretory Pathway Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 02 9 00 a m Alberto Luini CMNS KITP Traffic in the Golgi Stack Podcast Aud Cam 2 02 11 00 a m Guillaume Drin CNRS Targeting Two Distinct Membranes The Case of Tethering Factors and Lipid Transporters Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 03 9 00 a m Mark Terasaki Univ Connecticut KITP Part I Plasma Membrane Wound Repair Podcast Aud Cam 2 03 10 30 a m Mark Terasaki Univ Connecticut KITP Part II Structure of the ER Podcast Aud Cam 2 04 9 00 a m Satyajit Mayor National Centre for Biological Sciences KITP Part I A Molecular Portrait of Endocytosis Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 04 10 30 a m Satyajit Mayor National Centre for Biological Sciences KITP Part II Nanoscale Organization of Cell Membranes Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 08 9 00 a m Supratim Sengupta Jawaharlal Nehru KITP Evolution of the Genetic Code Slides Podcast Vid Aud Cam 2 08 11 00 a m Tom McLeish Durham Univ Roughness in Genotypic Landscapes Slides Podcast Aud Cam 2 10 9 00 a m Joanna Sulkowska UCSD KITP Protein Knots Podcast Aud Cam 2 10 11 00 a m Peter Swain Univ Edinburgh KITP Protein Design

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/evocell10/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Nima Arkani-Hamed, Institute for Advanced Study, Exploring the Dark Universe
    learn about the dark universe in the next five years Nima Arkani Hamed is a theorist with wide ranging interests in fundamental physics He received his B Sc in physics and mathematics from the University of Toronto in 1993 his Ph D in physics from UC Berkeley in 1997 and did post doctoral work at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center before joining the Berkeley faculty in 1999 In 2001 he

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/plecture/arkanihamed/ (2015-11-01)
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  • KITP Miniprogram: Direct, Indirect and Collider Signals of Dark Matter
    Recent Results on Dark Matter Searches with Fermi Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 08 3 30 p m Mirko Boezio INFN KITP New PAMELA Results Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 09 10 00 a m Igor Moskalenko Stanford KITP Astrophysics of Cosmic Rays Turning New Pages Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 10 3 30 p m All A Pre Olympic Discussion 12 11 10 00 a m Natalia Toro Stanford KITP Searches for Dark Forces Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 14 10 00 a m Harry Nelson UCSB CDMS Results Through July 2007 12 14 2 00 p m Pierluigi Belli INFN Roma Tor Vergata KITP Signals from the Universe the DAMA LIBRA Results Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 14 2 00 p m Peter Sorensen LLNL KITP Direct Detection of Dark Matter with Xenon TPC Detectors Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 15 10 00 a m Michael Kuhlen UC Berkeley KITP N body Halo Models and Dark Matter Direct Detection Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 15 11 00 a m Louis Strigari Stanford KITP Reconstructing WIMP Properties at Direct Detection Experiments Slides Podcast Aud Cam 12 16 10 00 a m Elena Aprile Columbia KITP The Search for Dark

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