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           09:00 - 17:00     6th IPM Summer School in Analytic Philosophy
Internalism and Externalism: Content, Cognition and Norm

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PHILOSOPHY

Internalism and Externalism: Content, Cognition and Norm ...

           11:00 - 12:00     Quantum information biweekly journal club
Numerical Realization of Stochastic Dynamics of an Open Quantum-Dot System

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NANO SCIENCES

Numerical Realization of Stochastic Dynamics of an Open Quantum-Dot System


Venue:Farmaniyeh Bldg. Classroom C ...

           14:00 - 15:00     Weekly Seminar
Plasmonic Imaging of the Interfacial Potential Distribution on Bipolar Electrodes

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NANO SCIENCES

Plasmonic Imaging of the Interfacial Potential Distribution on Bipolar Electrodes

Bipolar electrochemistry is based on the gradient distribution of free-electron density along an electrically isolated electrode, which causes a positive electrode potential at one end and a negative potential at the other, allowing for wide applications in analytical chemistry and materials science.To take full advantage of its wireless and high-throughput features, various types of optical probes, such as pH indicators and fluorescence and electrochemiluminescence reagents, have often been used to indirectly monitor the interfacial electron t ...

           14:00 - 15:00     Adaptive Optics System Design for Astronomy
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ASTRONOMY

High resolution imaging of the astronomical objects plays a fundamental role in solving many important scientific problems in astronomy. However, the image quality of a ground-based telescope is seriously degraded by the atmospheric turbulence. To overcome this obstacle, adaptive optics has been used to obtain near diffraction-limited astronomical images. Adaptive optics system consists of a wavefront sensor, a corrector such as a deformable mirror and a control computer to perform real-time numerical calculations. In this talk, first the implementation of the astronomical adaptive optics system will be presented. Then, the technical problems ...

           15:30 - 16:30     Weekly Seminar
The Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamics beyond the ideal limit and rotating electromagnetic fields

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PARTICLES AND ACCELERATORS

The QGP as produced in relativistic heavy ion collisions is dominated by strong interactions. It is generally believed that the spacetime history of this system in parts of its lifetime can be effectively understood using relativistic hydrodynamics (RH). It is also believed that extraordinarily large electromagnetic fields is produced by collisions. However our understanding of their evolution is still unclear. Such questions must be addressed by studying effects of background electromagnetic fields on the yield particles, especially dileptons and photons which come from early times of the evolution. To investigate such effects, in addition t ...