Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Roderich Tumulka and Denys Bonder - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
Time: 12:00PM - Probability Distribution of the Time at Which an Ideal Detector Clicks - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - Measurement inspired modeling of quantum and classical dynamical systems - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Haim Brezis and Eugene Speer - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
Time: 12:00PM - Sobolev inequalities: the work of Sobolev, Nirenberg and beyond - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - Translation invariant extensions of finite volume measures - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Roger Nussbaum - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
Time: 12:00PM - Analyticity Versus Infinite Differentiability: Case Studies and Open Questions - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Dynamic Signatures Generated by Regulatory Networks - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - Transmission Eigenvalues in Scattering Theory - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Michael Loss and Konstantin Mischaikow - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
Time: 12:00PM - The phase diagram of the Cafarelli-Kohn-Nirenberg inequalities - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - Dynamic Signatures Generated by Regulatory Networks - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Mykhaylo Shkolnikov and Frederico Bonetto - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
Time: 12:00PM - Edge of beta ensembles and the stochastic Airy semigroup - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - Time Evolution and Nonequilibrium Stationary State in a Weakly Driven System - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Juerg Frohlich - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
Time: 12:00PM - The Arrow of Time - Images of irreversible behavior - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - The Arrow of Time - Images of irreversible behavior, continued - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Seminar given by Hector Sussman - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar
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