CosaSeminario
Quando31/5/2017 - 15:00
DoveAula Multimediale
ReferenteIvan Scagnetto
Emailivan.scagnetto@uniud.it

Impossible 2D structures

B. G. Sidharth

More than 70 years ago Landau had argued that 2D crystal would be impossible on thermodynamic grounds. In spite of that the author had studied it and wrote of strange properties; finally the discovery of graphene 10 years later set matters at rest. This is brought out in the talk including features like noncommutative geometry [...]

CosaSeminario
Quando31/5/2017 - 11:30
DoveSala Riunioni
ReferenteFabio Zanolin
Emailfabio.zanolin@uniud.it

Periodically perturbed superlinear ODEs with singularities: subharmonic solutions and complex dynamics

Lakshmi Burra

IIIT di Hyderabad (India)

We prove the existence of infinitely many subharmonic solutions as well as the presence of a full symbolic dynamics for a class of second-order nonlinear ordinary differential equations with a singularity of repulsive type at the origin and a superlinear growth at infinity. Our result, although dealing with a planar Hamiltonian system, is stable for [...]

CosaSeminario
Quando17/5/2017 - 16:30
DoveAula Multimediale
ReferenteAngelo Montanari
Emailangelo.montanari@uniud.it

L'edizione ginevrina dei Principia di Newton (1739-1742): i contenuti e il contesto

Paolo Bussotti

Università di Udine

La prima edizione dei Principia newtoniani risale al 1687. Ad essa, durante la vita di Newton, ne seguirono altre due: la seconda nel 1723 e la terza nel 1726, in cui vennero introdotte alcune importanti aggiunte, come, per esempio, il celebre Scolio generale. Andrew Motte tradusse i Principia dal latino in inglese nel 1729. In [...]

CosaSeminario
Quando7/4/2017 - 14:30
DoveSala Riunioni
ReferenteFabio Zanolin
Emailfabio.zanolin@uniud.it

Uniqueness of large solutions in cooperative systems

Luis Maire

Università Complutense di Madrid

CosaSeminario
Quando5/4/2017 - 10:00
DoveAula Multimediale
ReferenteFederico Fontana
Emailfederico.fontana@uniud.it

KDetSim: A tool to simulate signal in semiconductor detectors

Gregor Kramberger

Jozef Stefan Institute (Slovenia)

A software package for fast simulations of signal in semicon- ductor detectors will be presented. It is a class library which is based on ROOT analysis framework and uses its tools for I/O and visualiza- tion. The tools are complementary to the TCAD tools as they allow Monte-Carlo approach to detector properties studies, which are [...]