Brunel University Random Systems Research Centre

Seminars on Mathematical Physics and Combinatorics

Seminars are held in the John Crank Building Room 128 - normally Tuesdays at 16.00

2014

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Jan 21 4:00 pm

Clustering of periodic sequences or "From quantum chaos to DNA sequence assembly, walking on Konigsberg bridges"

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Vladimir Osipov (Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

Feb 04 5:00 pm

A method to solve optimal stopping problems for Levy processes in infinite horizon

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Elena Boguslavskaya (Brunel)

Feb 18 5:00 pm

Spectra of large random stochastic matrices and relaxation in complex systems

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Reimer Kühn (King's)

Apr 29 4:00 pm

Non-Hermitian systems of sl(2,R) and Euclidean Lie algebraic type with real energy spectra

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Andreas Fring (City)

Apr 30 4:00 pm

Galois Automorphisms of SIC measurements in quantum theory

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Marcus Appleby (Sydney, Australia)

May 06 4:00 pm

Wigner flow reveals quantum phase space features we thought could not be there

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Ole Steuernagel (Hertfordshire)

May 27 4:00 pm

The Complexity of Quantum Entanglement

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Fernando Brandao (UCL)

Jun 17 4:00 pm

Stochastic differential equations and statistical problems for the mixed models with long-range dependence

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Yuliya Mishura (Kiev, Ukraine)

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