Research awards for Physics students 2019

  • 8 abril, 2019
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The Instituto Universitario de Ciencia de Materiales Nicolás Cabrera (INC), the Condensed MatterPhysics Center (IFIMAC) and the Departments of Física de la Materia Condensada, Física Teórica de la materia Condensada, Física de Materiales and Física Aplicada, provide 8 awards for research works performed by undergraduates studentes of…

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Colloquiums INC 2019: Visualization of spatial modulation and persistent response states of  strongly-driven membrane resonators

Colloquiums INC 2019: Visualization of spatial modulation and persistent response states of strongly-driven membrane resonators

Title:  Visualization of spatial modulation and persistent response states of  strongly-driven membrane resonators 25 March,  12h30 Sala de Conferencias, Módulo 00, Facultad de Ciencias, UAM Abstract: Visualization of spatial modulation and persistent response states of strongly-driven membrane resonators Elke Scheer,…

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Seminar: Thermodynamic, structural and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline vortex matter: when the surface crystallographic orientation matters

  • 28 enero, 2019
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Seminar: Thermodynamic, structural and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline vortex matter: when the surface crystallographic orientation matters. Dr. Yanina Fasano, Low Temperature Lab & Instituto Balseiro, Centro Atómico Bariloche, Bariloche, Argentina. Tuesday, 29th, January, 11.45 PM IMDEA Nanociencia Conference Hall The…

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Seminar: Electromigration as a nanofabrication tool

  • 28 enero, 2019
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Seminar: Electromigration as a nanofabrication tool Dr, Alejandro V. Silhanek, CESAM – Complex and Entangled Systems from Atoms to Materials Q-MAT Center – Quantum Materials, EPNM – Experimental Physics of Nanostructured Materials Département de Physique Université de Liège, BELGIUM Tuesday, 29th, January,…

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Shoucheng Zhang at the INC

  • 7 enero, 2019
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We all remember the talk that Shoucheng gave in our colloquium. He spend his first ten minutes on a single transparency–these ten minutes are probably the most memorable contribution to the colloquium. He explained the quantum Hall trio, one after the other, with a…

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