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Theoretical physics

Tuesday 7.2.2017 at 15.00 in biophysics lecture room FY254-2, Matti Silveri will give the seminar 

Many-body localization in a strongly disordered and interacting array of superconducting transmon qubits

Many-body localization is a recently found fascinating phenomena that occurs for highly-excited many-body eigenstates. These states do not quantum thermalize. Yet they preserve quantum coherence. When combined with the exquisite controllability and long coherence times of superconducting qubits, the many-body localized states could make a basis for novel kind of quantum memories.  

The aim of my talk is to introduce the physical configuration of 1D array of qubits and the phenomena of many-body localization, as well as discuss about my recent numerical results on the signatures of many-body localization. 


Biophysics Research Group seminars on Tuedays starting at 9:15 in the room FY254-2 (biophysics seminar room/library).

Titles are partly preliminary/tentative and will be confirmed before the talk takes place.

24.2.Starting meeting; volunteers wantedSenior R. E. Searcher, Jr
3.3.Research strategy update, research plansMatti Weckström
10.3.Research report: topic TBAprof. Kentaro Arikawa (visiting professor)
17.3.RNA interference - How does it work and what is it used for?Esa-Ville Immonen
24.3.Cockroach optomotor response and its resolutionJuha Nuutila
31.3. no seminar
7.4.Visual ecology of KV channels - revisitedRoman Frolov
14.4. no seminar
22.4. (Wednesday; 9:15)Bringing scientific dialogue to the 21st centuryMarkus Miettinen (visiting researcher)
28.4.Spectral properties of cockroach photoreceptorsPaulus Saari
5.5.Underlying physical mechanisms of lipid-mediated ion channel activationIoannis Beis seminar 
19.5. Neveen Mansour
26.5.MW traveling, no seminar 

Saved for later:

Kyösti Heimonen, Cockroach visual ganglia

Juuso Ketola, TBA

Iikka Salmela, Update on the dung-beetle project

Juha Rusanen, Bumble-bee LMC recordings

Irina Ignatova, TBA


Space physics


  • The Space physics seminars will be held by default on Thursdays at 13:15 in the Space Physics seminar room FY337-1. 

    1.4.2014Heikki Vanhamäki Ionospheric electrodynamics
    10.4.2014Leon KocharovAcceleration and transport of solar energetic particles in semi-transparent shocks
    Wed 16.4.2014 at 10:15Ilya UsoskinEvidence for distinct modes of solar activity
    24.4.2014Stepan PoluianovCritical analysis of a hypothesis of the planetary tidal influence on solar activity
    8.5.2014Andrés Muños-Jaramillo

    Building the Next-Generation of Model-Based Solar Cycle Predictions

    15.5.2014Ville MaliniemiElectron precipitation and high-speed stream signatures in the Northern hemisphere winter climate
    22.5.2014Lauri HolappaFinding contributions of high-speed streams and CMEs to geomagnetic activity
    12.6.2014Amr AbdallahIonospheric disturbances during Geomagnetic Storms
    Tue 17.6.2014Lei Cai

    Solar wind effect on high-latitude convection and Joule heating

    26.6.2014Raisa LeussuThe homogeneity of sunspot number series in the 19th century revisited by observations of Samuel Heinrich Schwabe
    28.8.2014Lassi Roininen

    Geophysical experiments and data analysis as problems in applied mathematics

    25.9.2014Liisa Juusola

    Effect of the ring current on preconditioning the magnetosphere for steady magnetospheric convection

    8.10.2014Albert OssoHow much do we know about stratospheric climate change?
    28.10.2014Bala PoduvalSpaceWeather and the Current Sheet Source Surface (CSSS) Model
    6.11.2014Bruno Alessandro

    Cosmic ray physics with accelerator experiments and results from Alice

    15.1.2015Alexandra IoannidouEnvironmental Radioactivity
    11.2.2015 at 10:15Agnieszka GilRecurrent variations  of the galactic cosmic rays intensity
    19.2.2015Stepan PoluianovNew Antarctic neutron monitors
    26.2.2015Timofei SukhodolovChemistry-climate model SOCOL and its application for Sun/climate relationship studies
    12.3.2015Fadil IngeogluThe nature and occurrences of grand solar minima and maxima deduced from 10Be and 14C records
    25.3.2015 at 10:15Anthony YeatesSurface Flux Transport and the Limits of Solar Cycle Prediction
    26.3.2015Lauri Holappa

    A new method to estimate contributions of CMEs and high-speed streams to geomagnetic activity

    22.4.2015Jennimari KoskelaComparing the heliospheric magnetic field at the coronal base and Earth's orbit
    27.8.2015Costel MunteanuAn Integrated Nonlinear Analysis tool – (INA) for solar system plasma turbulence
    2.9.2015Akimasa Ieda

    Auroral stepwise poleward expansion in a multiple onset substorm: A THEMIS case study

    10.9.2015Akimasa YoshikawaRecent developments in modeling magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling and global ionospheric electrodynamics
    24.9.2015Bertalan ZiegerHeliospheric Termination Shock
    8.10.2015Maxime Grandin

    Effects of solar wind high-speed streams on the high-latitude ionosphere: Superposed epoch study

    3.12.2015Giuseppe Consolini

    Criticality of magnetospheric dynamics and its impact on space weather forecast

    Tue 23.2.2016 at 13:15Abiyot WorkayehuInverting electron production rate and nitric oxide density from electron density measurement
    Fri 26.2.2016 at 13:15Prof. Jian WuSMILE, new satellite mission to image magnetosphere and CSES, the first Chinese seismo-electromagnetic satellite mission
    Thu 6.10.2016 at 13:15Mads Knudsen 

    Constraining the link between climate and landscape evolution based on multiple cosmogenic nuclides

Electron spectroscopy

  • Research plan seminar on Wednesday January 22 at 12:15 in the room TÄ219. Talks by Tuomas Löytynoja (Electronic structure of small clusters and liquids) and Matti Vapa (Computational electrodynamic modeling of molecules and small clusters and development of new methods).


  • NMR Research Group seminar (MOMA-seminar) on Friday, March 21 at 14:15 in the room FY1103 (Anttilansali). Matti Weckström will give a talk.

Tentative speaker list:

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