Among six PhD theses this year competing for the best thesis in theoretical physics, the jury awarded Katarína Karľová by honorable mention for her thesis entitled “Rigorous analysis of magnetization processes in classical and quantum spin models“. Congratulations! http://gemma.ujf.cas.cz/~exner/di/VP2021.html
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021 was awarded “for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex systems”. Read more here: https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/physics/2021/summary
Due COVID 19 restrictions the seminars will held on-online, please follow the link next to the speaker name. 01.04.202113:30Phase Diagram Changes in Geometrically Frustrated Generalized Planar RotatorMatúš Lach (bbb) 15.04.202113:30Light Curves Modeling of Eclipsing Binary StarsMichal Čokina (MSTeams) 14:15Skyrmion phase in frustrated Heisenberg antiferromagnetMariia Mohylna (MSTeams) 29.04.202113:30Electronic structure of layered superconducting materialsJozef Haniš (MSTeams) 14:15Stabilita dráh exoplanét v sústavách s viacerými zložkamiPavol Gajdoš (MSTeams) 13.05.202113:30Entanglement…
An unexpected superconductor was beginning to look like a fluke, but a new theory and a second discovery have revealed that emergent quasiparticles may be behind the effect. Read more here on quantamagazine.org.