Wednesday 20 January 2021, 2:30pm
Speaker: Vladimir Korepin (Stony Brook University)
Title: Lattice nonlinear Schroedinger equation: history and open problems
Author(s): Shane Dooley & Graham Kells (STP, DIAS)
Title: ‘Enhancing the Effect of Quantum Many-Body Scars on Dynamics by Minimizing the Effective Dimension’
Phys. Rev. B 102, 195114
Author(s): Y. Para, G. Palumbo & T. Macri
Title: ‘Probing non-Hermitian Phase Transitions in Curved Space via Quench Dynamics’
Author(s): W. Nahm
Title: ‘The Eponym Enlil-Nadin-Apli and the Capture of Kastilias IV’
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