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  • Dr. Akikazu Hashimoto, ITP, Non-Commutative Geometry
    Geometry Dr Akikazu Hashimoto ITP Audio for this talk requires sound hardware and RealPlayer or RealAudio by RealNetworks Begin continuous audio for the whole talk Or right click to download the whole audio file To begin viewing slides click on

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/hashimoto1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Michael Freedman, Microsoft, Quantum Computation and the Localization of Modular Functors
    is shown to be closely related to the physical problem of engineering a local Hamiltonian for a computationally universal quantum medium For genus 0 surfaces such a local Hamiltonian is mathematically defined Braiding dislocations of this medium implements a representation associated to the Jones polynomial and this representation is known to be universal for quantum computation Audio for this talk requires sound hardware and RealPlayer or RealAudio by RealNetworks Begin

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/freedman1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Professor J. C. Seamus Davis, University of California, Berkeley, Imaging the Effects on Superconductivity of Individual Impurity Atoms
    with individual non magnetic Zinc dopant atoms at the Copper site in the Copper Oxide plane shows several direct real space consequences of the d wave nature of the order parameter The spectra are in qualitative agreement with d wave BCS theories of non magnetic quasiparticle scattering at a single impurity atom The destruction of superconductivity within 1 5 nm of the Zn sites is observed He will also discuss

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/davis1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Meg Urry, STScI, Blazars, Jets, and the Black Hole - Galaxy Connection
    unaffected by relativistic beaming such as host galaxies and local environments Our recent HST studies of blazar host galaxies confirm they are luminous but otherwise normal ellipticals well matched to the hosts of their parent radio galaxies There is no sign that the active nucleus strongly affects the host galaxy or vice versa and no correlation between jet nuclear power and host galaxy luminosity mass as might have been expected

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/urry1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Henry Abarbanel, U.C. San Diego, Small Networks of Biological and Electronic Neurons
    other neurons to provide a regular control function for the pump Nonlinear time series analysis and biological modeling shows that these individual neurons have three to five active degrees of freedom and we built a phenomenological model which captures this aspect of neural activity We have also constructed an analog circuit which integrates the model differential equations and shows the same membrane voltage characterstics of the biological neurons We have

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/abarbanel1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Amanda W. Peet, ITP, Recent Developments in String Theory
    Schedule Jul 27 1999 Recent Developments in String Theory Amanda W Peet ITP To begin viewing slides click on the first slide below Author entry protected

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/peet1/ (2015-11-01)
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  • Dr. Steven Kivelson, UCLA, Topological Doping
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  • Dr. E. Sterl Phinney, Caltech, LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna):the Gravitational Wave Detector Both Physicists and Astronomers Can Love
    Antenna the Gravitational Wave Detector Both Physicists and Astronomers Can Love Dr E Sterl Phinney Caltech Audio for this talk requires sound hardware and RealPlayer or RealAudio by RealNetworks Begin continuous audio for the whole talk Or right click to

    Original URL path: http://online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/colloq/phinney1/ (2015-11-01)
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