Sem Sælands vei 24
By Amélie Neuville (UiO-IRIS)
Carl Henrik Gørbitz will tell us about the most amazing chemical on Earth.
by Pauline Souloumiac (University Cergy Pontoise)
Collaborators: B. Maillot, B. Mary, Y. Leroy and N. Cubas
Joakim Bergli, UiO
Maxwell's demon was invented almost 150 years ago to illustrate the statistical nature of thermodynamics. Since then, it has stimulated new ideas about the interplay of entropy and information, with new elements entering the discussion even up to the present. I will summarize key ideas which are relevant and then discuss recent work on the possibility of creating a Maxwell demon in nanoelectronic devices.
By Erland M. Schulson (Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College)
Einar Uggerud, professor at the Department of Chemistry, will present new experimental evidence on how CO2 dissolves in water.
Trial lecture title: Pockmark formation and climate change
Dissertation title: Dynamics and sedimentology of pockmarks
by Magnus Wangen (Institute for Energy Technology, Kjeller, Norway)
Ola Nilsen from the Department of Chemistry will give a talk on how snow crystals are formed and why they are so symmetrical.
Anja Røyne will talk about superhydrophobic surfaces.
Øyvind Gløersen talks about the ongoing study of technique analysis in cross country skiing.
Luiza Angheluta talks about the statistical similarity found between the excitable dynamics on Twitter and in stock trading.
Olivier Galland and Larissa Lily will give a seminar on developing the PGP Communications strategy.
Jørgen Høgberget will give a talk titled: Molecular Dynamics: The Quantum Coupling - a lightweight introduction to the world of multiscale modeling.
Håkon Austrheim from PGP will give a talk on «Earthquakes, metamorphism and continental Moho» at the Department of Geosciences.
Wine seminar this week consist of a triple presentation and a celebration.
Department of Physics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Stephanie Werner from CEED will give this week's Friday wine seminar on the volcanic evolutionary history of Mars.
Open seminar on “Thermoelectric power generators” by Prof. Anke Weidenkaff
The wine seminar this Friday at PGP will be given by Camilla Kirkemo on molecular dynamics: what is it, and what can you do with it?
Olivier Galland, Senior Researcher at PGP, will give the ITA's Friday seminar at the Astrophysics Department.
What auroral and geomagnetic observations tell us about long term variations of the sun.
Seminar with Mike Lockwood