Ponente: Lorenzo Fant. ICTP, Trieste. Fecha y hora: jueves, 21 de abril de 2022 a las 10:00. Lugar: Seminario de Física Computacional, planta baja del edificio de Física (junto a las pantallas). Facultad de Ciencias.
Ponente: Senya Shlosman. Aix Marseille Université, Marseille, France. Fecha y hora: jueves, 31 de marzo de 2022 a las 10:00. Lugar: Seminario de Física Computacional, planta baja del edificio de Física (junto a las pantallas). Facultad de Ciencias.
Ponente: Christian Maes. Institute for Theoretical Physics, KU Leuven. Fecha y hora: lunes, 14 de marzo de 2022 a las 11:00. Lugar: Seminario de Física Computacional, planta baja del edificio de Física (junto a las pantallas). Facultad de Ciencias.
The question of how coexistence of species is generated and maintained is as old as ecology itself. Many ecological “forces” such as competition, cooperation, demographic fluctuation, environmental fluctuation and filtering, migration, predation etc. are expected to act together in ecosystems.… Continuar leyendo
The dynamics of open quantum systems can be described by a Liouvillian, which in the Markovian approximation fulfills the Lindblad master equation. We present a family of integrable many-body Liouvillians based on Richardson-Gaudin models with a complex structure of the… Continuar leyendo
Hemispherectomy is a last-resource treatment for some neurological disorders. This radical intervention allows some patients to live normally, with better odds the earlier in life it happens. Somehow, the remaining hemisphere takes on the outstanding computational burden. Brain plasticity at… Continuar leyendo
We compare various known and original strategies of overfitting mitigation in correlation matrices, in the context of brain functional connectivity. In particular, we infer a database of human brain activity from functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), beyond Maximum Likelihood inference… Continuar leyendo
It is usually believed that coarse-graining of quantum correlations leads to classical correlations in the macroscopic limit. Such a principle, known as macroscopic locality, has been proved for correlations arising from independent and identically distributed (IID) entangled pairs. In this… Continuar leyendo
The Mpemba effect is the phenomenon for which a hotter liquid can cool at a faster rate than a colder one. This effect is nowadays receiving much attention; it has been predicted for different classical systems and it has even… Continuar leyendo
Firstly, I will introduce digital-analog and purely digital methods for quantum simulations of fermionic models. The digital-analog approach provides a higher degree of scalability than purely digital or analog techniques, and it is suitable for implementing quantum simulations of interacting… Continuar leyendo