Time: 12:00PM - Dense Associative Memories and Deep Learning - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Solving' the simplest nontrivial dynamical systems: Straight lines on compact flat surfaces - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Recent advances on massive matter flows governed by the Einstein equations - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Rapid Bayesian inference of global network statistics - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - On the Subtleties of a 1D Regularized Interpolation Problem - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Against the current: 3 example of paradoxical flows - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - The constant in Shamir's Problem - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Understanding hydrodynamic turbulence on the basis of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705- SEMINAR CANCELLED FOR TODAY!!!!
Time: 12:00PM - The constant in Shamir's Problem - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - A kinetic model for very low temperature dilute Bose gases - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Generalized stealthy hyperuniform processes: maximal rigidity and the bounded holes conjecture - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Quantum Geometry and Perturbative/Non-perturbative Relations - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - Understanding hydrodynamic turbulence on the basis of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - Open Quantum Systems: Time Dynamics and Steady States - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 12:00PM - A classical mistake and what it tells us. How to do better with an action principle for Hydro and Thermo dynamics - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
Time: 2:00PM - The high-density phase transition for the high-density hard-core model on a triangular lattice - Location: Mathematical Physics Seminar Hill 705
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