Brown Bag Seminars

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Physics brown bag seminars highlight exciting new results arising from the physics community at Aalto. At the same time, they provide an opportunity to have some pizza and listen to an entertaining talk in the lobby of Nanotalo (unless otherwise posted). These seminars are given at a general level for a broad audience. 

2019

17.6. Gregory Beaune "Response of model tissues to frequency-dependent aspiration"

10.5 Henri Salmenjoki "Machine learning plastic deformation of crystals"

15.3. Janne Halme* and Pyry Mäkinen "Towards maximum efficiency of colorful photovoltaics"

15.2. Hang Zhang "Programming hydrogel with a classical conditioning algorithm"

 

2018

14.12. Jere Mäkinen "Topological and composite defects in engineered superfluid phases of helium-3"

30.11. Andrey Lebedev "Quantum metrology with superconducting qubits"

2.11. Prokop Hapala "Computer aided AFM imaging & recognition of 3D molecules"

28.09. Maja Vuckovac "Characterization challenges for superhydrophobic surfaces"

15.06. Kay Brandner "Potential and Limitations of Quantum Heat Engines" - Otakaari 1, Hall D

01.06. Milica Todorović "Artificial Intelligence for Molecules on Surfaces"

17.05 Shilpi Singh "Entropy can also decrease"

20.04. Fan Zheyong "Molecular Dynamics study of heat transport in low-dimensional materials"

16.02. Antti Moilanen "Bose-Einstein condensation in a plasmonic lattice"

12.01. Farid Karimi and Amber Geurts on social and political science in PHYS

 

2017

15.12. Ivan Degtyarenko "Computational resources at Aalto for non-HPC users"

17.11. Hannu-Pekka Komsa "Looking for charge density waves"

27.10. René Bes "Nuclear fuel characterization using synchrotron radiation: current and future opportunities" 

09.06. Rhodri Mansell "Topological excitations in magnetic materials for data storage applications"

12.05. Joona Kontula "Fusion with a twist"

07.04. Arri Priimägi "Autonomous, self-regulated photoactuators"

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