Spring has come!
This is the last issue of iTHES Newsletter in the fiscal year 2013.
I would like to thank all the people who contributed to the articles
and who read these articles. Also, I am very grateful to
Dr. Tsukasa Tada for making tremendous efforts to keep the
weekly Newsletters attractive.
Now, spring has come and a new fiscal year 2014 starts from tomorrow.
I am sure that iTHES activities will grow further and will be
reported/shared in coming iTHES Newsletters.
Let's have fun!
Speaker: Prof. Gordon Baym (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
Date: 14:30-, April 8, 2014
Place: 2F Large Meeting Room, RIBF Building, RIKEN
Title: HANBURY BROWN AND TWISS INTENSITY INTERFEROMETRY:
FROM STARS TO NUCLEI TO ATOMS AND ELECTRONS
On March, 14 and 28, Prof. Bernold Fiedler (Free University of Berlin) gave two talks. First talk was entitled “Reaction, diffusion, and advection in one space dimension – an introduction”. In the talk, he gave a combinatorial characterization of the heteroclinic orbits between equilibria for ODEs and PDEs from geometric viewpoint. Enthusiastic discussions between participants and Bernold had continued hours after his talk. His second talk was entitled “Reaction and diffusion in several space dimensions – an invitation”. In the talk, he gave a mathematical basis for various complex behaviors of reaction-diffusion systems (2D and 3D) such as spiral wave annihilation, crossover collision of scroll wave filaments, and so on. For both talks, he clearly explained his theory by using white boards and we thank him very much.
Person of the Week
Hi, I am Taku Izubuchi from RIKEN-BNL Research Center (RBRC), a high energy nuclear/particle research center at Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY USA. RBRC consists of three labs, Theory Group, Experiment Group, and Computing group. I am a founding group leader of the Computing Group since 2011, where I and my colleagues are conducting various interesting lattice QCD simulation. I am always excited by challenging calculations. Through iThes, I like to exchange ideas to solve difficult problems I have, and I also wants to learn interesting problems you need to solve.
Prof. Bernold Fiedler
(Institute of Mathematics, Free University of Berlin)
Dynamical Systems, Partial Differential Equations, Pattern Formation, Topological Methods, Chemical Reactors, Bifurcations without parameters
March 8 - April 10, 2014
Room S404 (4the floor, Bioscience building)
Prof. Bijay Kumar Agrawal
(Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics)
Pairing reentrance in hot rotating nuclei
Mar. 15 - 31,2014 room 159 (1st floor, main building)
Prof. Gordon Baym
(Univ. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
cold atom physics, condensed matter physics,
dense matter and neutron stars
March 18 - April 10, 2014
room 433 (4th floor, main research building)