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           11:00 - 12:00     Wednesday Weekly Seminar - google meet
Structural properties of semiconductors doped with radioactive isotopes

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PARTICLES AND ACCELERATORS

Abstract: Recently, the excited nuclei, while inserted into materials, have been delivering important information on the physical properties of crystals. For achieving this information, we have to find the exact position of radioactive ionic probes in the lattice and the nature of defects around probes, which is not possible investigated with conventional characterization techniques. In particular, techniques such as perturbed angular correlation (PAC), and emission Mssbauer spectroscopy are outstanding examples of used experimental methods. They can provide detailed information on phase transition, hyperfine fields, lattice location in diff ...

           13:30 - 15:00     Weekly Seminar (Online)
Big data, Big responsibility: introduction to Maneage (Managing data lineage)
https://www.skyroom.online/ch/soa/weekly-seminar

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ASTRONOMY

The increasing volume, diversity, and role of data in modern research has been very fruitful. However, these same factors, have also made it harder to describe (in sufficient detail) the processing behind a scientific result within the confines of a traditional paper. It is thus becoming harder and harder to reproduce results (i.e., critically review by coauthors, referees or larger community) that define scientific progress. In this talk, Maneage (MANaging data linEAGE) is introduced as a working solution to this problem. Maneage is (a template) that provides a framework to exactly reproduce a scientific analysis (from the input data and sof ...

           14:00 - 15:00     Weekly Seminar
Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics Group
Resonant nonlinear Hall effect

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PHYSICS

Abstract:
The classical Hall effect in its textbook form is nothing but the creation of transverse resistance in the presence of a magnetic field due to Lorentz force. However, after the discovery of new versions of the Hall effect with quantum natures, it has become a cornerstone in studying quantum condensed matter. Recently and motivated by theoretical predictions of the nonlinear Hall effect (NLHE) due to the Berry curvature dipole, an endeavor has been started to search for materials with time-reversal symmetry (TRS) but without inverse symmetry. In this talk, after a brief introduction to the NLHE in time-reversal-invariant syst ...

           14:00 - 15:00     Weekly seminar
Resonant nonlinear Hall effect

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NANO SCIENCES

The classical Hall effect in its textbook form is nothing but the creation of transverse resistance in the presence of a magnetic field due to Lorentz force. However, after the discovery of new versions of the Hall effect with quantum natures, it has become a cornerstone in studying quantum condensed matter. Recently and motivated by theoretical predictions of the nonlinear Hall effect (NLHE) due to the Berry curvature dipole, an endeavor has been started to search for materials with time-reversal symmetry (TRS) but without inverse symmetry. In this talk, after a brief introduction to the NLHE in time-reversal-invariant systems, I will introd ...