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Nicola Visciglia (U.Pisa) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"Existence and Stability of Standing Waves for NLS in a partial confinement"
I will discuss a joint work with Bellazzini, Boussaid, Jeanjean about the existence and orbital stability of standing waves for NLS with a partial confinement in a supercritical regime. The main point is to show the existence of local minimizers of the constraint energy.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Vincent Duchêne (U. Rennes I) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"On the well-posedness of the Green-Naghdi System"
The Green-Naghdi system is an asymptotic model for the water-waves system, describing the propagation of surface waves above a layer of ideal, homogeneous, incompressible and irrotational fluid, when the depth of the layer is assumed to be small with respect to wavelength of the flow. It can be seen as a perturbation of the standard quasilinear (dispersionless) Saint-Venant system, with additional nonlinear higher-order terms. Because of the latter, the well-posedness theory concerning the GN system is not satisfactory, in particular outside of the one-dimensional framework. We will discuss novel results, obtained with Samer Israwi, that emphasize the role of the irrotationality assumption.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Thomas Kappeler (U. Zürich) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"Analytic extensions of frequencies of integrable PDEs and applications"
In form of a case study for the mKdV and the KdV2 equation we discuss a novel approach of representing frequencies of integrable PDEs which allows to extend them analytically to spaces of low regularity and to study their asymptotics. Applications include wellposedness results in spaces of low regularity as well as properties of the actions to frequencies map. This is joint work with Jan Molnar.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Hajer Bahouri (UPEC) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"Qualitative study of 2D Schrodinger equation with exponential nonlinearity"
In this lecture, we investigate the behavior of the solutions to the nonlinear Schrodinger equation: (1) ( i@tu + u = f(u); ujt=0 = u0 2 H1 rad(R2); where the nonlinearity f : C ! C is de ned by (2) f(u) = p( p 4 juj) u with p > 1 and p(s) = es2 􀀀 pX􀀀1 k=0 s2k k!  Recall that the solutions of the Cauchy problem (1)-(2) formally satisfy the conservation laws: (3) M(u; t) = Z R2 ju(t; x)j2dx = M(u0) and (4) H(u; t) = Z R2  jru(t; x)j2 + Fp(u(t; x))  dx = H(u0) ; where Fp(u) = 1 4 p+1 􀀀p 4 juj   It is known (see [4], [6] and [2]) that global well-posedness for the Cauchy problem (1)-(2) holds in both subcritical and critical regimes in the functional space C(R;H1(R2)) \ L4(R;W1;4(R2)). Here the notion of criticity is related to the size of the initial Hamiltonian H(u0) with respect to 1. More precisely, the concerned Cauchy problem is said to be subcritical if H(u0) < 1, critical if H(u0) = 1 and supercritical if H(u0) > 1. Structures theorems originates in the elliptic framework in the studies by H. Brezis and J.- M. Coron in [3] and M. Struwe in [8]. The approach that we shall adopt in this article consists in comparing the evolution of oscillations and concentration e ects displayed by sequences of solutions of the nonlinear Schrodinger equation (1)-(2) and solutions of the linear Schrodinger equation associated to the same sequence of Cauchy data. Our source of inspiration here is the pioneering works [1] and [7] whose aims were to describe the structure of bounded sequences of solutions to semilinear defocusing wave and Schrodinger equations, up to small remainder terms in Strichartz norms. The analysis we conducted in this work emphasizes that the nonlinear e ect in this framework only stems from the 1-oscillating component of the sequence of the Cauchy data, using the terminology introduced in [5]. This phenomenon is strikingly di erent from those obtained for critical semi linear dispersive equations, such as for instance in [1, 7] where all the oscillating components induce the same nonlinear e ect, up to a change of scale. To carry out our analysis, we have been led to develop a pro le decomposition of bounded sequences of solutions to the linear Schrodinger equation both in the framework of Strichartz and Orlicz norms. The linear structure theorem we have obtained in this work highlights the distinguished role of the 1-oscillating component of the sequence of the Cauchy data. It turns out that there is a form of orthogonality between the Orlicz and the Strichartz norms for the evolution under the ow of the free Schrodinger equation of the unrelated component to the scale 1 of the Cauchy data (according to the vocabulary of [5]), while this is not the case for the 1-oscillating component.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Eric Wahlen (NTNU) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"On the highest wave for Whitham’s wave equation"
In the 1960’s G. B. Whitham suggested a non-local version of the KdV equation as a model for water waves. Unlike the KdV equation it is not integrable, but it has certain other advantages. In particular, it has the same dispersion relation as the full water wave problem and it allows for wave breaking. The equation has a family of periodic, travelling wave solutions for any given wavelength. Whitham conjectured that this family contains a highest wave which has a cusp at the crest. I will outline a proof of this conjecture using global bifurcation theory and precise information about an integral operator which appears in the equation. Joint work with M. Ehrnström.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Mats Ehrnström (NTNU) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"Existence of a Highest Wave in a Full-Dispersion Shallow Water Model"
We consider the existence of periodic traveling waves in a bidirectional Whitham equation, combining the full two-way dispersion relation from the incompressible Euler equations with a canonical quadratic shallow water nonlinearity. Of particular interest is the existence of a highest, cusped, traveling wave solution, which we obtain as a limiting case at the end of the main bifurcation branch of $2pi$-periodic traveling wave solutions. Unlike the unidirectional Whitham equation, containing only one branch of the full Euler dispersion relation, where such a highest wave behaves like $|x|^{1/2}$ near its peak, the cusped waves obtained here behave like $|xlog|x||$ at their peak and are smooth away from their highest points. This is joint work with Mathew A. Johnson and Kyle M. Claassen at University of Kansas.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Oana Ivanovici (U. Nizza) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"Dispersion for the wave and the Schrödinger Equations outside strictly convex Domains and counterexamples"
We consider the linear wave equation and the linear Schr dingier equation outside a compact, strictly convex obstacle in R^d with smooth boundary. In dimension d = 3 we show that for both equations, the linear flow satises the (corresponding) dispersive estimates as in R^3. For d>3, if the obstacle is a ball, we show that there exists at least one point (the Poisson spot) where the dispersive estimates fail. This is joint work with Gilles Lebeau.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Evelyne Miot (U. Grenoble Alpes) WPI, OMP 1, Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 20. Sep 16, 0:00
"Collision of vortex Filaments"
In this talk we will present some results on the dynamics of vortex filaments according to a model introduced by Klein, Majda and Damodaran, focusing on the issue of collisions. This is a joint work with Valeria Banica and Erwan Faou.
  • Thematic program: Models in Biology and Medicine (MOBAM-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop "Recent progress on the qualitative properties of nonlinear dispersive equations and systems" (2016)

Mauser, Norbert (Inst. CNRS Pauli c/o Fak. Mathematik U. Wien) OMP 1, Fakultät für Mathematik, 1090 Wien Wed, 21. Sep 16, 19:00
Austro - Französische Mathematik: ein Diskurs
Warum ist Frankreich das weltweit führende Land in Mathematik ? Warum gibt es in Frankreich eine Sektion 25 und eine Sektion 26 - und in Österreich eine Sektion Forschung und eine Sektion Universitäten ?! Warum gibt es 2 französische Fields-Medaillen zur Boltzmanngleichung ? Warum ist eines der nur 3 europäischen CNRS Institute « extra muros » am WPI in Wien ? Warum kommen viele österreichische Spitzenmathematiker vom Lycée français de Vienne ? Diese und andere interessante Fragen wird uns Herr Prof. Mauser in seinem Vortrag (in deutscher Sprache) beantworten.
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Talks of the past month


Benavides-Riveros, Carlos (U.Halle-Wittenberg) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 12. Aug 16, 15:15
“Natural extension of Hartree-Fock through extremal 1-fermion Information”
By employing the simpler structure arising from pinning and quasipinnig a variational optimization method for few fermion ground states is elaborated. We quantitatively confirm its high accuracy for systems whose vector of NON is close to the boundary of the polytope. In particular, we derive an upper bound on the error of the correlation energy given by the ratio of the distance to the boundary of the polytope and the distance of the vector of NON to the Hartree-Fock point. These geometric insights shed some light on the concept of active spaces, correlation energy, frozen electrons and virtual orbitals.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Schilling, Christian (U. Oxford) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 12. Aug 16, 14:00
“Fermionic exchange symmetry: quantifying its influence beyond Pauli's Exclusion Principle"
The Pauli exclusion principle has a strong impact on the properties and the behavior of most fermionic quantum systems. Remarkably, even stronger restrictions on fermionic natural occupation numbers follow from the fermionic exchange symmetry. We develop an operationally meaningful measure which allows one to quantify the potential physical relevance of those generalized Pauli constraints beyond the well-established relevance of Pauli's exclusion principle. It is based on a geometric hierarchy induced by Pauli exclusion principle constraints. The significance of that measure is illustrated for a few-fermion model which also confirms such nontrivial relevance of the generalized Pauli constraints.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Brezinova, Iva (TU. Wien) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 12. Aug 16, 11:00
“Solving time-dependent many-body quantum problems using the two-particle reduced density matrix”
In this talk we will give an overview over our recent progress in solving time-dependent many-body problems using the two-particle reduced density matrix (2RDM) as the fundamental variable. The wavefunction is completely avoided and with this all problems arising from the exponentially increasing complexity with particle number. Key is the reconstruction of the 3RDM which couples to the dynamics of the 2RDM. At this point the approximation to the full solution of the Schrödinger equation enters: while two-particle correlations are fully incorporated, three-particle correlations are only approximated. We will discuss the reconstruction of the 3RDM, how we overcome the N-representability problem, and demonstrate the accuracy of our theory on two-examples: multi-electron atoms in strong fields, and ultra-cold atoms in optical lattices.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Gottlieb, Alexander (WPI) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 12. Aug 16, 10:00
“Quasi-separated electron pairs in small molecules”
Some of the electrons in a molecule are tightly bound to the nuclei. The closely bound "core electrons" can be relatively uncorrelated with the rest of the electrons in the molecule, and may even form what we call a "quasi-separated" pair. [Let F be the electronic wave function of a molecule with N+2 electrons. We say that F features a "quasi-separated pair" if it is approximately equal to the wedge product G ^ H of a geminal G that describes the state of the separated pair and an N-electron wave function H that is strongly orthogonal to G.] We have computational evidence of such quasi-separated electron pairs in the ground states of very small molecules (like LiH or the Be atom) whose correlated electronic structure can be very accurately approximated with full CI calculations.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Gottlieb, Alexander (WPI) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 11. Aug 16, 16:00
“Geometry of the Borland-Dennis setting: the W-type class”
We call the Hilbert space for three fermions in six orbitals the Borland-Dennis setting. It is isomorphic to the alternating tensor product of three copies of the standard 6-dimensional Hilbert space C^6. Slater determinant states in the Borland-Dennis setting correspond to "decomposable" trivectors, i.e., simple wedge products of three vectors from C^6. Generic wave functions in the Borland-Dennis setting can be written as a sum of just two decomposable trivectors. The wave functions that cannot be written as a sum of fewer than three decomposables constitute the "W-type entanglement class." I will discuss the geometry of the W-type class within the ambient Borland-Dennis space.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Benavides-Riveros, Carlos (U.Halle-Wittenberg) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 11. Aug 16, 14:30
“Pinning and quasipinning in quantum chemistry”
It is now known that fermionic natural occupation numbers (NONs) do not only obey Pauli’s exclusion principle but are even stronger restricted by the so-called generalized Pauli constraints (GPC). Whenever given NONs lie on or close to the boundary of the allowed region the corresponding N-fermion quantum state has a significantly simpler structure. We explore this phenomenon in the context of quantum chemistry.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Schilling, Christian (U. Oxford) WPI, OMP1, Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 11. Aug 16, 13:30
“Quantum marginal problem and generalized Pauli constraints”
The question whether given reduced density operators (marginals) for subsystems of a multipartite quantum system are compatible to a common total state is called quantum marginal problem (QMP). We present the solution found by A. Klyachko just a few years ago as well as the main steps for its derivation. Applying those concepts to fermionic systems reveals further constraints on fermionic occupation numbers beyond Pauli's famous exclusion principle. We introduce and discuss these so-called generalized Pauli constraints in great detail and comment on their potential physical relevance.
  • Thematic program: Classical and Quantum Transport (TRANSPORT-16) (2016)
  • Event: Workshop on "Generalized Pauli Constraints and Fermion Correlation" (2016)

Komarov, Sergey (MPA & U. Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 5. Aug 16, 10:00
CR Diffusion - "Cosmic ray Diffusion in mirror fluctuations"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Rincon, Francois (U. Toulouse) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 5. Aug 16, 10:00
Convection - "Turbulent convection theories for the Sun"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Stone, Jim (U. Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 4. Aug 16, 17:00
MRI/Turbulence - "Reconnection in shearing box simulations of the MRI"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Schekochikin, Alex (U. Oxford) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 4. Aug 16, 16:00
Phase Mixing - "Phase-space turbulence in 2, 4 and 5D"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Lesur, Geoffroy (U. Grenbole) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 4. Aug 16, 10:00
MHD - "Vortex stability in non-ideal MHD"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Loureiro, Nuno (MIT) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 3. Aug 16, 16:45
"The onset of magnetic reconnection"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Sironi, Lorenzo (U. Harvard & U. Columbia) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 3. Aug 16, 16:00
Reconnection - "Magnetic reconnection in relativistic astrophysical jets"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Spirkovsky, Anatoly (U. Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 3. Aug 16, 10:30
CR Instabilities - "Kinetics of cosmic ray-driven instabilities and winds"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Bethune, William (U. Grenoble) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 3. Aug 16, 10:00
MRI - "Non-ideal MRI in protoplanetary disks"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Cowley, Steve (UKAEA & U. Oxford) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 2. Aug 16, 16:30
Transport & Stability - "Stability of the Chapman-Enskog solution in weakly collisional Plasma"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Roberg-Clark, Gareth (U. Maryland) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 2. Aug 16, 16:00
Transport & Stability - "Suppression of electron thermal conduction in high-beta plasma"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Medvedev, Michael (U. Kansas) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 2. Aug 16, 11:00
Transport - "Thermal conductivity and effective collisionality of astrophysical plasmas"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Bott, Archie (U. Oxford) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 2. Aug 16, 10:00
Plasama Dynamo - "Dynamo on Omega laser and kinetic Problems of Proton radiography"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Kunz, Matt (U.Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Mon, 1. Aug 16, 16:30
MRI/Turbulence - "Kinetic MRI turbulence" & "Kinetic solar-wind turbulence"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

St-Onge, Denis (U. Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Mon, 1. Aug 16, 16:00
Plasma Dynamo - "Hybrid PIC simluations of plasma dynamo"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Strumik, Marek (U. Oxford) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Mon, 1. Aug 16, 11:00
High-Beta - CGL Dynamics and beta Limits on fluctuations in the solar wind"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Squire, Jonathan (Caltech) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Mon, 1. Aug 16, 10:30
High-Beta - "Amplitude limits on alfvenic perturbations in weakly magnetized low-collisionality plasmas"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Ball, Justin (U. Oxford & EPFL) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Fri, 29. Jul 16, 10:00
Up-Down Asymmetry - "Up-down asymmetric tokamaks"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Abel, Ian (U. Princeton & U. Greifswald) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 28. Jul 16, 16:00
Turbulence & Transport - "Sensitivitiy (to input parameters) calculation in gyrokinetics"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Schekochihin, Alexander (U. Oxford) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Thu, 28. Jul 16, 10:00
Turbulence & Transport - "Some updates on ion- and electron-scale turbulence in MAST"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

St. Onge, Denis (U. Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 27. Jul 16, 16:00
Turbulence & Transport - "Dimits shift in one- and two-field models"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Citrin, Jonathan (CEA) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 27. Jul 16, 11:00
Turbulence & Transport - "Comparision between measured and predicted turbulence frequency spectra in ITG and TEM regimes"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Calvo, Ivan (CIEMAT) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Wed, 27. Jul 16, 10:00
Stellarators - "The effect of tangential drifts on neoclassical Transport in stellarator close to omnigeneity"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Hammett, Greg (U. Princeton) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 26. Jul 16, 16:30
SOL - "5D turbulence simluations with Gkeyll, in the presence of open field lines and sheath boundary conditions, in a torpex/helimak helical model of a SOL"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Geraldini, Alessandro (U. Oxford) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 26. Jul 16, 16:00
SOL - "Kinetic theory of Ions in the magnetic presheath"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)

Ricci, Paolo (EPFL) WPI Seminar Room 08.135 Tue, 26. Jul 16, 10:00
SOL - "Physics at EPFL"
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  • Thematic program: Turbulence and Fusion (TURBFUS 16) (2016)
  • Event: 9th Plasma Kinetics Working Group Meeting (2016)
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