Kolloquium Wintersemester 2017/18

The CeNoS Kolloquium starts always at 16.30 s.t in Room 222 of the Institute for Applied Physics. From 16.15 on coffee is available.

Datum Vortrag




A quantitative theory for transport equations

Prof. Dr. Christian Seis
Institut für Analysis und Numerik

18.04.2018 - 24.04.2018

Lecture Series

A short course on Markov properties for physicists: Theory, numerical simulations and applications to biophysics

Prof. Dr. Manuel Morillo Buzón
Universidad de Sevilla


Predictive Modelling of Time Series in Neuroscience: The State Space Approach

Dr. Andreas Galka, Laith Hamid M.Sc.
Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Institute for Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology
15.05.2018 Using ideas form statistics for analysing (spatio-temporal) stochastic processes

Dr. David Schnörr
Theoretical Systems Biology group, Imperial College London
29.05.2018 Pattern selection through directional quenching

Prof. Arndt Scheel
University of Minnesota, School of Mathematics

Rethinking Nonlinear Dynamics - Self-organized Protein Pattern Formation

Dr. Jacob Halatek

Faculty of Physics, Statistical and Biological Physics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich

19.06.2018 Transport und Aufbewahrung bestrahlter Brennelemente in CASTOR®-Behältern

Dr. Frank Jüttemann
GNS Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service mbH
26.06.2018 Creation and collapse of an (almost) axisymmetric air cavity in water

Prof. Dr. Devaraj van der Meer
Physics of Fluids, University of Twente

Bubbles with Great Potential! Molecular Control of Foam Properties

Prof. Dr. Björn Braunschweig
WWU, Institute for Physical Chemistry




Prof. Dr. Marcel G. Clerc

Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas y Matematicas, Universidad de Chile

Einladender: Prof. Dr. U. Thiele