Next colloquium

Wednesday, 4 November at 3 pm

Roberta Zambrini

From classical to quantum synchronization

Spontaneous synchronization is a paradigmatic phenomenon in complex systems also beyond physics.
In classical systems it is usually characterized through trajectories in phase-space making a generalization  in quantum systems a challenging issue open to many  approaches.


In this talk I will present an introduction to the topic and then present some recent results on transient synchronization in quantum systems and open questions.

Colloquia 2020/21

2020

Date

Time

Speaker

Title

 Video link

23/09/2020

 3 pm BST 

 Robert Bennett (Glasgow)

Thinking about nothing: Interpretations of the quantum vacuum 

MS Stream link

7/10/2020

 

 

 

 

21/10/2020

 10 am BST 

 Joan Vaccaro (Griffith University)

What makes the universe tick: searching for the quantum origins of time

MS Stream link 

4/11/2020

 3 pm GMT

 Tim Moorsom (Glasgow)

The Molecular Toolbox: Using organics to take control of magnetism

 

18/11/2021

 3 pm GMT

 Roberta Zambrini (Universitat Illes Balears) 

From classical to quantum synchronization

Zoom link 

2/12/2010

 10 am GMT 

 Lijian Zhang (Nanjing University) 

to be announced 

 

16/12/2010

 

 

 

 

2021

Date

Time

Speaker

Title

20/1/2021

10 am GMT 

Jacqui Romero (U Queensland) 

 to be announced

3/2/2021

3 pm GMT

 Christopher Berry (Glasgow) 

 to be announced 

17/2/2021

 

 

 

3/3/2021

 

 

 

17/3/2021