Visitors

Visitors

NameLocationDatesTalk
Prof. Dr. Markus PortoTechnical University Darmstadt19.-20.7.07Proteins: Structure, function, and evolution
Prof. Dr. Konstantin NefedevFar Eastern National University, Vladivostok19.10-15.12.07Ab Initio Density Functional Calculations of Magnetic Superstructures
Prof. Dr. K.D. UsadelUniversity Duisburg-Essen12.-13.11.07Exchange bias and coercivity of ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic multilayers
Dr. Frauke Liers University of Cologne 10.-13.12.07Studying spin glasses via combinatorial optimization
Prof. Dr. Holger KantzMax Planck Institute for Physics of Complex Systems17.-18.12.07Vorhersagemethoden für extreme Ereignisse
Prof. Dr. Helmut KatzgraberETH Zürich (Switzerland) 23.-25.1.08Chaos and universality in spin glasses
Dr. Valery Van KerrebroeckUniversita di Roma 'La Sapienza' (Italy) 6.3.08Cycles in random graphs
Dr. Stephan MertensUniversität Magdeburg14.4.08Algorithmen, Komplexität und Physik
Prof. Dr. Paolo Sibani University of Southern Denmark (Odense)29.4.08Numerical experiments on intermittent linear response and spontaneous fluctuations in off-equilibrium aging dynamics
Prof. Dr. Gerard Barkema University of Utrecht8.5.08Simulation of Polymer Translocation
Dr. Martin WeigelUniversität Mainz18-19.6.08

Dynamical triangulations (and quadrangulations) in statistical physics

Dr. Nurgül Seferoglu Gazi University, Ankara (Turkey)23.6.08Phase transitions of Blume-Emery-Griffiths Model on a Cellular Automata
Prof. Dr. D.W. HeermannUniversität Heidelberg26-27.7.08Physics of Life: Theory and Simulation of the Structure of Chromatin
Dr. Heiko BaukeMax-Planck-Institut for Nuclear Physics1.7.08Passing messages to lonely numbers
Dr. Ian CampbellUniversite Montpellier II (France)3-5.7.08From Ohm's Law to the Nobel Prize historical perspectives and historic discoveries
Prof. Dr. Pekka OrponenHelsinki University of Technology9-16.7.08Phase Transitions and Local Search for k-Satisfiability
Petri SavolaHelsinki University of Technology9-30.7.08Unbiased generation of metastable states for Ising spin glasses
Prof. Dr. Stefan BoettcherEmory University, Atlanta9-10.10.08Simulations of Low-Energy Conformations in Spin Glasses with the Extremal Optimization heuristic
Prof. Dr. Peter NielabaUniversität Konstanz3-4.11.08Phasenübergänge und Quanteneffekte in Modell-Kolloiden und Nanostrukturen (part 1, part 2)
Prof. Dr. Ludger SantenUniversität des Saarlandes8.1.09Cluster-Monte Carlo-Algorithmen für off-lattice Systeme
Prof. Dr. A. Nihat BerkerSabanci University5.2.09New Phase Transition Phenomena in Systems with Frozen Disorder
Prof. Dr. Hans Ekkehard PlesserNorwegian University of Life Sciences6.4.09Simulating Neuronal Networks with PyNEST
PD Dr. Thomas FranoschLMU München16.4.09Transport in heterogeneous media: diffusion, fractals and anomalous dynamics
Prof. Dr. Ralf KlessenUniversität Heidelberg22.6.09Die turbulente Geburt der Sterne
Dr. Alfred HuchtUniversität Duisburg-Essen25.6.09Magnetic Friction in Ising Systems
Prof. Marc MézardUniversite Paris Sud1.7-21.12.09Can nature solve hard problems?
Prof. Dr. Dietrich StaufferUniversität zu Köln19.11.09Will modern medicine kill us?
Prof. Dr. Kurt BinderUniversität Mainz7.12.09Birth of new phases: statistical mechanics of nucleation
Dr. Stefan WolfsheimerUniversite Paris Descartes14-18.12.09Distribution of General Patterns in Pair Hidden Markov Models
Prof. Dr. Andreas HeuerUniversität Münster17.12.09Energy landscapes, traps, and the glass transition
Jörg Kachelmann, Dr. Martin FenglerMeteomedia AG25.1.10Wie entsteht eine gute Wettervorhersage
Mauro CirioUniversita di Torino1.2.10Statistical Mechanics of the inverse Ising model
Volker HähnkeETH Zürich20-21.5.10PhAST - Pharmacophore Alignment Search
Prof. Dr. Stefan BoettcherEmory University, Atlanta12.5-22.6.10Extreme Fluctuations and finite-size corrections in spin glasses and other combinatorial problems
Prof. Dr. Heiko RiegerUniversität des Saarlandes17.6.2010Geometry of domain walls in disordered 2d systems
Prof. Dr. May-Britt KallenrodeUniversität Osnabrück22.11.2010Solare Energiereiche Teilchen in der Atmosphäre - ein Mittler zwischen Solar-Terrestrischen Beziehungen?
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang KinzelUniversität Würzburg25.11.2010Chaos Synchronization
Prof. Dr. Uli NowakUniversität Konstanz25-26.1.2011Spin Dynamics at Finite Temperature
Dr. Werner KrauthEcole Normale Superieure, Paris18-19.5.2011The Melting Transition of Hard Disks
Prof. Dr. Marc-Thorsten HüttJakobs Universität Bremen3.11.2011

How few elements can systematically shape large-scale patterns

Prof. Dr. Tim SaldittUniversität Göttingen7.11.2011

X-Ray imaging with nanoscale beams

Prof. Dr. Hans HerrmannETH Zürich12.12.2011Die wunderbare Welt der Dünen
Prof. Dr. David SherringtonUniversity of Oxford14-16.12.2011Physics and Complexity
Maryam GhahremanyImam Khomeini International University2.2.-29.3.2012Discussing magnetization of a disordered spin lattice
Tudor MitranUniversity of Bucharest1.3.-31.10.2012Ab initio study of Mn doped BN nanosheets
Megha KhoslaMPI Computer Science Saarbrücken22.4-27.4.2012The Multiple-orientability Thresholds for Random Hypergraphs
Jinghua ShiShangdon University/ National University of Singapore27.4.2012

Two Pieces of the Simulation Work

Prof. Dr. Oliver  KramerUniversität Oldenburg4.5.2012Unsupervised neighbors: an efficient procedure for dimension reduction
Prof. Dr. Peter GrassbergerForschungszentrum Jülich30.-31.5.2012The many faces of percolation
Prof. Dr. Matthias LöweUniversität Münster6.6.2012Fluctuations in spin glasses
Prof. Dr. Frank den HollanderUniversiteit Leiden20-21.6.2012Random walks in dynamic random environments
Prof. Dr. Reiner KreeUniversität Göttingen9.7.2012Filigree with a sledge hammer
Prof. Dr. A. Peter YoungUniversity of California Santa Curz10.9-16.11.2012Mind the gap; solving optimization problems on a quantum computer
Dr. Florent KrzakalaEcole Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles8.11.2012A statistical physics approach to compressed sensing
Yingying XuETH Zürich6.-7.12.2012A message-passing approach to 1-bit compressed sensing
Dr. Thomas NeuhausForschungszentrum Jülich24.1.2013Simulating Loop Gases with WORM updates
Dr. Alberto RossoUniversite Paris Sud4-5.4.2013Spatial extent of an outbreak in animal epedemics
Prof. Dr. Aernout van EnterUniversity of Groningen18.4.2013

Bootstrap percolation, the role of anisotropy. Questions, some answers and applications.

Prof. Dr. Claudius GrosUniversität Frankfurt22.4.2013Complex dynamical systems and our brain
Caleb CookHarvard University1.6-7.8.2013Simulating ageing behavior of random-site Ising models on GPUs
Jörg BremerUniversity of Oldenburg5.7.2013Support vector decoders for contraint handling (in distributed power planning)
Prof. Dr. Roderich MoessnerMax-Planck Institute for Physics of Complex Systems28.10.2013Magnetic Monopoles in Spin Ice
Dr. Tiago de Paula PeixotoUniversität Bremen14.11.2013Statistical inference of modules in large-scale networks
Prof. Dr. Eckehard SchöllTU Berlin27.1.2014

Chimera states in dynamical networks: spontaneous symmetry breaking

Prof. Dr. Marc TimmeMax-Planck Institut für Dynamik und Selbstorganisation, Göttingen28.4.2014

Modern Power Grids: (In-)Stabilities, Braess` Paradox and Non-local Cascades

Prof. Dr. Kay HamacherTU Darmstadt7-8.5.2014

Stochastic Tunneling and Time Series Analysis for Global Optimization Techniques

Pr. Dr. Gregory NuelCNRS and Sorbonne, Paris19.-20.6.2014

Estimating Causal Effects in Gene Expression from a Mixture of Observational and Intervention Experiments

Dr. Giulio BiroliCEA, Saclay7.-8.1.2015

Hidden static length-scales of super-cooled liquids

Prof. Dr. Ulrich WolffHumboldt University, Berlin22.1.2015Efficient simulation methods for quantum field theory and statistical physics models
Prof. Dr. Jörg LückeUniversity of Oldenburg6.3.2015Inference and learning for sensory data
Paul SchultzPotsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research21.4.2015Basin stability: large perturbations in power grids
Prof. Dr. Philippe BlanchardUniversity of Bielefeld27.4.2015Mathematical Analysis of Complex Networks: from Theory to Applications
Prof. Friederike SchmidUniversity of Mainz9.7.2015Studying Mesoscale Flow with Dissipative Particle Dynamics
Prof. Ofer Biham and Prof. Eytan KatzavHebrew University of Jerusalem5.-6.8.2015Analytical results for the distribution of shortest path lengths in random networks
Satoshi TakabeUniversity of Tokyo27.-31.9.2015Typical behavior of linear programming for combinatorial optimization problems
Prof. Martin OettelUniversity of Tübingen26.-27.10.2015Superfast anomalous diffusion at interfaces
Prof. Reimer KühnKing's College2.-3.11.2015Risk and the Statistical Physics of Falling Dominoes
Dr. Ebrahim FoulaadvandUniversity of Zanjan16.-19.8.2016Posing two problems in city transport optimization
Prof. Dr. Peter YoungUniversity of California19.-25.10.2016Can a quantum computer solve optimization problems more efficiently than a classical computer?
Prof. Dr. Hildegard Meyer-OrtmannsJacobs University Bremen26.1.2017On the Role of Frustration in Dynamical Systems
Dr. Sebastian KapferUniversity of Erlangen-Nürnberg6.4.17Melting in 2d and a fresh perspective on Monte Carlo
Gilles MonneretUniversité Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris3.-13.4.2017Identification of causal relationships in gene networks, from
observational and interventional expression data
Prof. Dr. Annette ZippeliusUniversity of Göttingen18.5.2017Dense Granular Flow
Prof. Dr. Barbara DrosselTechnische Universität Darmstadt22.5.2017Can statistical mechanics be reduced to quantum mechanics?
Gunnar ClaussenJade-Hochschule28.6.2017Reconstruction of the radial refractive index prole of optical waveguides from lateral diffraction patterns
Prof. Dr. Peter F. StadlerUniversität Leipzig2.11.2017Statistical Thermodynamics of RNA Secondary Structures
Prof. Dr. Alexey ChernovUniversität Oldenburg20.12.2017Multilevel Monte Carlo Algorithms
Alexandre KrajenbrinkEcole Normale Supérieure26.-27.4.2018A bottom-up approach to the KPZ equation for interface growth: recent developments
Prof. Dr. Michael SchreckenbergUniversität Duisburg-Essen25.6.2018Statistical mechanics of traffic models
Dr. Vivien LecomteUniversity of Grenoble24.1.2019

Population dynamics and rare events

Prof. Dr. Ralf MetzlerUniversität Potsdam6.6.2019

Brownian motion and beyond

Dr. Anna ZakharaovaTU Berlin20.6.2019Dynamics and control of multilayer networks

 

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