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  • ITP High Energy "New Postdoc" Seminars
    Rm 1102 for scanning They will be returned promptly to your mailbox Time Speaker Title 9 22 10 30 a m Dr Hajime Aoki ITP Noncommutative Yang Mills in IIB Matrix Model Audio 9 29 10 30 a m Dr Morten Krogh ITP Noncommutative Geometry and Little string Theories Audio 10 8 12 15 p m Dr Justin David UCSB Some Results on the D1 D5 System Audio 10 15

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/pd99/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Astrophysics Seminars
    Hoeflich UT Austin Physics of Type la Supernovae Aud Cam 2 27 4 00 p m Dr Andrew MacFadyen Caltech Relativistic Force Free Plasma Simulations Aud Cam 3 13 4 00 p m Dr Deepto Chakrabarty MIT The Spin Periods of Millisecond X Ray Pulsars and the Possible Role of Gravitational Radiation Aud Cam 3 20 4 00 p m Dr Ira Wasserman Cornell Neutron Star Precession Magnetic Fields and Type II Superconductivity Aud Cam 4 03 4 00 p m Dr Dirk Pandel UCSB XMM Newton Observations of the Dwarf Nova VW Hyi Aud Cam 4 10 4 00 p m Dr Dean Townsley UCSB The Thermal State of Accreting White Dwarfs Undergoing Classical Novae Aud Cam 4 17 4 00 p m Dr Steve Howell UC Riverside TOADs and WARTs Interesting Members of the Astrophysical Swamp Aud Cam 4 24 4 00 p m Dr Akimi Fujitas UCSB Cosmological Feedback from Dwarf Starburst Galaxies Aud Cam 5 01 4 00 p m Dr Charles Gammie UIUC Numerical Simulations of Black Hole Accretion Flows Aud Cam 5 08 4 00 p m Anthony Piro UCSB Nonradial Oscillations on Accreting Neutron Stars Aud Cam 5 15 4 00 p m Dr Man Hoi Lee UCSB Origin of the Laplace Resonance Among the Galilean Satellites Aud Cam 6 05 4 00 p m Dr Edward Brown University of Chicago Probing the Internal Structure of an Accreting Neutron Star Aud Cam 6 12 4 00 p m Dr Eric Agol Caltech Occultation and Microlensing by White Dwarfs and Planets Aud Cam 6 19 4 00 p m Dr David Ballantyne KITP CITA X Ray Reflection around Black Holes and Gamma Ray Bursts Aud Cam 6 26 4 00 p m Dr Merav Opher NASA JPL Probing the Edge of the Solar System Formation of an Unstable Jet Sheet Aud Cam 10 02 4 00 p m Dr Tapas Kumar Das UCLA Shock Formation in Black Hole Accretion Disc and Related Outflows Aud Cam 11 06 2 00 p m Dr Daniel Proga University of Colorado Mass Outflows from Accretion Disks Old and New Challenges Aud Cam 11 13 4 00 p m Dr Neal Turner UCSB Topics in Black Hole Electromagnetics Aud Cam 11 20 4 00 p m Dr David L Meier JPL Topics in Black Hole Electromagnetics Aud Cam 12 11 4 00 p m Dr Niayesh Afshordi Princeton Cross Correlating the CMB with Large Scale Structure Aud 1 22 4 00 p m Dr Anthony Piro UCSB Spreading of Accreted Material on White Dwarfs Slides Aud Cam 2 05 1 00 p m Dr Andrew Lange Caltech Future Directions in Cosmic Microwave Background Observations Aud Cam 2 19 4 00 p m Dr Joe Barranco KITP Vortices in Protoplanetary Disks Aud Cam 3 11 4 00 p m Dr Evan Scannapieco KITP Quasar Feedback and Structure Formation Aud Cam 4 08 4 00 p m Dr Boris Gaensicke University of Warwick The Galactic Population of Cataclysmic Variables Aud Cam

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/astro99/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Condensed Matter Seminars
    Transport in Nanostructures Interference and Electron Phonon Coupling Effects Slides Podcast Aud Cam 10 13 3 00 p m Dr Matt Grayson Walter Schottkty Institut Technische Universitaet Muenchen Bending the Quantum Hall Effect Metal Insulator Transition in One Dimension Slides Podcast Aud Cam 11 01 2 30 p m Dr Nihat Berker MIT New Phases Superfluid Weights and Free Carrier Densities Renormalization Group Theory of Electronic Models Podcast Aud Cam 11 10 2 00 p m Dr Frank Verstraete Caltech Variational Numerical Renormalization Group Methods in One and Higher Dimensions Podcast Aud Cam 12 14 4 00 p m Dr Alexei Kitaev Microsoft Caltech Anyons and Quantum Computation Slides Podcast Aud Cam 1 17 11 00 a m Dr Michael Levin MIT Probing Order Beyond the Landau Paradigm Slides Podcast Aud Cam 3 23 12 15 p m Dr Simon Kos Cambridge University Spins Under Strain 1 23 2 00 p m Hui Deng Caltech Matter Light Quantum Interfaces for Scalable Quantum Networks Podcast 3 13 2 00 p m Ken Kamrin MIT A New Continuum Model for Dense Granular Deformation Podcast 1 12 12 30 p m Hong Yao Stanford Spin Liquids from Exactly Solvable 2D Quantum Spin Models Podcast Aud Cam 1 15 10 00 a m Xiaoliang Qi Stanford Topological Effects in Time Reversal Invariant Insulators Podcast Aud Cam 1 22 10 00 a m Ying Ran UCB Helical Metal Inside a Topological Band Insulator Podcast Aud Cam 2 02 3 00 p m Netanel Lindner Technion A Photonic Cluster State Machine Gun Podcast Aud Cam 11 02 10 30 a m Moshe Goldstein Bar Ilan Univ Population Switching and Charge Sensing in Quantum Dots A Case for Quantum Phase Transitions Podcast Aud Cam 11 18 12 00 p m Karen Michaeli Weizmann Inst Quantum Kinetic Approach

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/condmat99/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Press Conference on the Award of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Dr. Walter Kohn
    Chancellor UCSB 03 00 Dr Rollin Morrison Chair Physics Department 08 45 Dr Doug Scalapino Professor of Physics 09 55 Dr Walter Kohn Professor of Physics 12 15 Begin QuickTime audio of the press conference Or right click to download the audio file Begin RealNetworks audio of the press conference To begin viewing slides click on the first slide below Images from the Press Conference full size Pictures taken by

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/nobel/kohn/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Online Lecture Notes and Review Articles
    Lars Bildsten KITP Oct 2002 Life of an Accreted Nucleon on a Neutron Star Dr David Gross KITP Jan 2001 Towards a Theory of Everything Mumbai India Strings 2001 Dr Lars Bildsten KITP Oct 2000 Gravitational Radiation from Accreting Neutron Stars Dr Lars Bildsten KITP Oct 1999 Nucleosynthesis Triggers and Rotation in Type I X Ray Bursts Maryland Talk Dr Amanda Peet KITP Jul 1999 Recent Developments in String Theory

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lnotes/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Andreas Kronfeld, Fermilab & KITP, Weight, Weight... Do Tell Me!: QCD and the Origin of Mass
    idea of an object s mass According to quantum chromodynamics QCD each proton or neutron consists of three quarks and some gluons However the combined mass of the quarks and gluons is only 1 of a nucleon s what gives Interactions between these tiny particles are the problem they look simple in one way but as interactions accumulate supercomputers are needed to keep track of them Over the past decade looking at interactions as a way of understanding QCD has blossomed into a successful enterprise solving old problems in physics and aiding new experiments Beyond the mass of the proton and you these tools can broadly probe the mysteries of QCD to address problems in particle nuclear and astrophysics Andreas Kronfeld is a scientist in the Theoretical Physics Department of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Fermilab and a Hans Fischer Senior Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Study at the Technical University of Munich He has been developing new ideas and methods for understanding QCD since his days as a Ph D student at Cornell University Prominent among his achievements are some of the first predictions of QCD interaction rates and the mass of an exotic particle with both beauty

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  • Brad Marston, Brown Univ. & KITP, The Quantum Physics of Global Warming
    changing Professor Marston will use this physics to present a picture of what will happen to the Earth as the concentration of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide continue to increase in our atmosphere He will also discuss ways that research at the KITP is contributing to a better understanding of climate change Play Flash full motion video or Flash lower bandwidth video Or right click to download the 3gp

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  • Cristina Marchetti, Syracuse University, The Physics of Flocking
    neighbors according to simple rules Successes like these have spawned a field devoted to the physics of active matter which studies both living and non living systems where a large number of individually driven units exhibit coherent organization at larger scales Such systems include suspensions of swimming bacteria layers of migrating cells and collections of synthetic microswimmers Physicists biologists engineers and mathematicians are now engaged in modeling the complex behavior of these systems and in trying to identify universal principles Cristina Marchetti the William R Kenan Jr Professor of Physics at Syracuse University was educated in Italy at the University of Pavia earned her Ph D in the U S at the University of Florida and joined the faculty at Syracuse University in 1987 She was awarded her present endowed chair in 2005 Marchetti is a versatile theoretical physicist who has worked on a broad range of problems including supercooled fluids glasses and superconductors Currently she is interested in understanding the emergent behavior of soft and biological materials from vibrating grains of sand to cell motion in living tissues She has held elected positions in the American Physical Society and she continues to play a leadership role in the scientific

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