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## 2010Nx

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2011N37() 13:20 - 16:20
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13:20 Kazuto Otani
Efficient laser-proton acceleration from locally metal coated polyethylene foil (pdf)
13:40 Shigeto Kabuki
Study of 3D Reconstruction Method for Electron-Tracking Compton Camera (pdf)
14:00 Ryo Toda
A role of 3He atoms for NCRI response of solid 4He (pdf)
14:20 Norichika Sago
Cross-cultural comparison between black hole perturbation and post-Newtonian theory (pdf)
14:40 Break
15:00 Naoki Isobe
Longterm X-ray observation of blazars with MAXI (pdf)
15:20 Hidetoshi Morita
Spatio-temporal pattern in a conservative dynamical system (pdf)
15:40 Yoshimasa Hidaka
Soft modes in QED/QCD plasma at high temperature (pdf)
16:00 Alberto Martinez Torres
Few-body systems made of kaons (pdf)

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Experimental investigations in superconductor/ferromagnet heterostructues: a close look to induced superconductivity inside a ferromagnet
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Professor Edgar Patino
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date
2011N@2@8iΗjj@13:30|14:45
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@This talk starts with a short review of the main experimental investigations on the title subject. It is also intended to serve as an introduction to the physics of superconductivity under the presence of domain walls. First, the speaker briefly discusses general aspects of Superconductor/Ferromagnet (S/F) proximity effects. Then the so-called domain wall superconductivity (DWS) and stray field effects (SFE) are clarified. The talk concludes with a discussion of induced superconductivity inside a ferromagnet, as well as some outstanding issues and desirable future work.
Ref. E. J. Patino, C. Bell and M.G. Blamire,
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Physics with Simple Molecules, from the Basics to Current Research Frontiers

Starting with one group trapping molecules in 1998, the field of cold and ultracold molecules has now blossomed, with 50 experimental groups worldwide working in the area. Paralleling the development of ultracold atom physics, the reason for this revolution in molecular physics is the unprecedented control, low temperatures and high phase space density possible with new techniques. A wide variety of molecules have now been made cold (kelvin to millikelvin) and a few have been made ultracold (microkelvin). Now molecules are at the forefront of research on strongly correlated systems, quantum information and tests of physics beyond the Standard Model. This course will be aimed at beginning and advanced researchers, in particular physicists. Starting with explaining why molecules exist at all, we will end with a summary of the most current research results.

The topics covered will be:
1. Molecular Bonding
2. Internal Molecular Interactions
3. Molecular Angular Momentum
4. Molecules in External Electric Fields
5. Interactions Between Molecules
6. Research Frontiers with Cold and Ultracold Molecules
URL
http://yagura.scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ProfDoyle/GCOE.html
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In this course, we will study and practice the fundamentals of oral presentation of research results in English. The emphasis of the course will be on practice, with most of the class time used for student presentations. Students will be required to prepare and give several talks of various lengths in which they present research results. Significant time will also be dedicated to question/answer sessions, in which all students will be required to participate. Course grades will be determined by both the quality of presentations and participation in question/answer sessions. The entire course will be conducted in English. The course is open to all doctor- course students in Physics I, Physics II and Astronomy.

There are no required textbooks for this class.
schedule
Session I:
Jan. 11, 18, 25 16:30-18:30
Session II:
Feb. 25 , 28; Mar. 2, 4, 7, 9 16:30-18:30
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General Many Body Theory for alpha Particle (quartet) condensation in the macroscopic Limit
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Peter Schuck
iOrsay, Francej
date
2010N@1129ijj@13:30@@
place
bw@EcK206
abstract
We first consider the critical temperature for alpha particle condensation in symmetric and asymmetric nuclear matter. DIfferences with ordinary pairing are pointed out. We then derive a fully selfconsistent nonlinear equation for the quartet order parameter which is the analogon of the gap equation for pairing. The particularity of this equation and some qualitative differences with ordinary pairing are discussed. Preliminary results will be presented.
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Cooling of Molecules with Inert Gases: from Oxygen to Naphthalene
author
Prof. John M.Doyle
iHarvard Universityj
date
2010N@1111iؗjj@16:00@@17F30
place
wȂTقTQT
abstract
Buffer gas cooling has provided the basis for new types of cold beams, trapping of exotic atoms, study of new collisional processes in atoms and molecules, production of quantum gases and, now, the study of molecule clustering. This talk will review some of the recent results from our lab. This will include the creation of cold molecular beams in a cryogenic intermediate regime where radicals and other species can be formed at temperatures around one Kelvin at a velocity around 150 meters per second. Also presented will be new results on three body and two body association of atoms and molecules. In particular, the binding, or lack thereof, of helium to target species, both atoms and molecules, will be discussed. Cooling of Naphthalene to around four Kelvin will be described.
contact
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title
Lattice string field theory
author
Michael Kroyter
iTel-Aviv Universityj
date
2010N@10@25@(jj@13:30|
place
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abstract
@String field theory is a candidate for a full non-perturbative definition of string theory. We want to check whether it might be possible to fully define it at the quantum level. To that end, we try to formulate it on a space-time lattice. We examine potential problems with this approach and then turn to the particular case of one dimensional open bosonic string field theory. We report the first results of our simulations.
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2010N@9@30@iؗjj@15:00|16:30
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Solid state physics with fermionic atomic quantum gases: engineering metals and Mott insulators in an optical lattice
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date
2010N@928iΗjj@10:30@
place
wȂTقPPT
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contact
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Towards Magnetic Trapping of CaH
author
Julia H. Rasmussen
iHarvard University, USAj
date
2010N@9@17@ijj@14:00|15:00
place
wȂTقPPT
abstract
contact
N (F3745) (yitk＠scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp)
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The ACME Electron EDM Experiment
author
Nicholas R. Hutzler
iHarvard University, USAj
date
2010N@9@17@ijj@15:30|16:30
place
wȂTقPPT
abstract
contact
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Thermal effect on the Q-balls and gravitational waves
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2010N728ijj@13:30|
place
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Q-ball formation associated with the Affleck-DIne (AD) mechanism is one of the interesting features of the MSSM flat direction. In particular, when we consider the thermal effect, there emereges a variety of scenarios of the AD mechanism and the Q-ball formation. In this talk, I will show how thermal plasma affects the dynamics of the MSSM flat direction and Q-ball properties. I also explain the cosmological consequences of such features, especially the emission of the gravitational waves and their detectability.
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2010N722iؗjj@15:30|16:30
place
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abstract
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Toru Tanimori, tanimori＠cr.scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp, 3858
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Key Symmetries of Superconductivity: Inversion and Time Reversal Symmetry
author
Professor Manfred Sigrist
iETH Institute for Theoretical Physics, Switzerlandj
date
2010N716ijj@16:00|
place
w@Su
abstract
Symmetries play an important role for superconductivity. At the superconducting phase transition U(1)-gauge symmetry is spontaneously broken and in so-called unconventional superconductors even further symmetries may be violated which give rise to extraordinary phenomena. Besides this phenomenological symmetry concept there is also the microscopic point of view that superconductivity is based on the formation of Cooper pairs built of degenerate electronic states very close to the Fermi surface. The availability of such degenerate electronic states relies on two key symmetries, inversion and time reversal symmetry, which allow for the most basic classification of superconductors into even-parity (spin singlet) and odd-parity (spin-triplet) pairing. The absence of any of these two symmetries yields a modification of the Cooper pairing states with numerous implications. This presentation will shed light some of the physical properties resulting from the lack of time reversal and inversion symmetry and discusses examples, which we encounter among ferromagnetic and non-centrosymmetric superconductors. Special attention will be given to the later class in the light of recent remarkable developments for the non-centrosymmetric heavy Fermion superconductors.
contact
OxP, maeno＠scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp, ext.3783
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title
The Measure of the Universe A Crisis For Cosmology
author
Professor George Efstathiou
(Kavli Institute for Cosmology Cambridge and Institute of Astronomy)
date
2010N630ijj@16:45|18:00
place
w6ف@301
abstract
Recent developments in Cosmology and Theoretical Physics suggests that our Universe is just one pocket in a Multiverse, possibly consisting of an infinite number of infinite Universes. Furthermore, astronomical observations have shown, to the surprise of most cosmologists, that the expansion of our Universe is accelerating, rather than decelerating under the action of gravity. This acceleration requires a small, but non-zero, vacuum energy that is 120 orders of magnitude smaller than predicted by fundamental physics. The existence of a Multiverse may explain this puzzle, but a consistent cosmology requires an understanding of how to tame infinities in the Multiverse. This is the `Measure Problem'. Without a solution to this problem, modern cosmology has boxed itself into a crisis.
contact
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title
RG derivation of relativistic fluiddynamic equations for a viscous fluid
author
Teiji Kunihiro
(Kyoto University)
date
2010N422i؁j@13:30|
place
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abstract
After a brief introduction to the fundamental issues on the theory of relativistic fluid dynamic equations for a viscous fluid, we present an attempt to derive relativistic fluiddynamic equations in general local rest frames for a viscous fluid from the underlying relativistic Boltzmann equation. Our method is based on the so called renormalization-group method as a powerful reduction method of a dynamical system.
The local rest frames (LRF's) are specified by introducing a macroscopic frame vector: The derived first-order equations include the Landau equation in the energy frame as a special case, but the equation in the particle frame does not coincide with the Eckart one which is known to have a pathological property that the thermal equilibrium becomes unstable if the linear perturbation around the equilibrium is described by this equation. We show that our equation has no such a pathological property, and discuss the origin of the difference between the two equations in the particle frame: The dissipative part of the energy-momentum tensor $\delta T^{\mu\nu}$ in the particle frame satisfies $\delta T^\mu_\mu = 0$ , in contrast to the Eckart choice $u_\mu \delta T^{\mu\nu} u_\nu = 0$ adopted as a matching condition by Eckart and the subsequent literature. We emphasize that the way how to impose the matching condition is a fundamentl but has been an unsolved problem. This problem is solved in a natural way by the introduction of the macroscopic frame vector in our method.
In the final part, we briefly present a derivation of the second-order (Israel-Stewart type) dissipative relativistic fluiddynamic equations in a generic frame from the relativistic Boltzmann equation. The relaxation terms in the energy and particle frames are given. Our results show that the viscosities are frame-independent but the relaxation times are generically frame-dependent.
We confirm that the dissipative part of the energy-momentum tensor in the particle frame satisfies $\delta T^\mu_\mu = 0$ obtained for the first-order equation. We show that the new constraint $\delta T^\mu_\mu = 0$ can be compatible with the phenomenological derivation of hydrodynamics based on the second law of thermodynamics.
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Phenomenological Aspects of Bounce Cosmology
author
Yifu Cai
(Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
date
2010N420i΁j@16:00|
place
bw Ec K202
abstract
In the talk, I will first introduce the singularity problem in current paradigm of cosmology. Up to now, we have no idea of solving this problem in current framework of theoretical physics. However, we have opportunities to study potential observational signals of solutions to cosmic singularities by virtue of effective field theory. I will present two examples to illustrate the big bang singularity can be replaced by a big bounce. I will also talk about the perturbation theory in bounce cosmology, and show that it predicts sizable and negative non-gaussianities which can be measured by near future observations.
contact
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title
author
Alberto Martinez Torres
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date
2010N414ij@15:00|
place
bw Ec K206
abstract
We have solved the Faddeev equations for different three-body hadron systems by using as input the two-body chiral t-matrices obtained after solving the Bethe-Salpeter equations in a coupled channel formalism. We have found several resonances in which the three-body interaction is essential in order to describe its properties.
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