Spin-Orbit Physics at Magnetic Interfaces (Aurélien Manchon / LPT / Seminar). – 7/12, 14 H.

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Aurélien Manchon (CINaM, Université d’Aix-Marseille) Magnetic materials lacking inversion symmetry constitute a unique platform for the exploration and control of magnetism. In these systems, typically multilayers of transition metal ferromagnets and heavy metals (W, Pt, Bi2Se3 etc.), interfacial spin-orbit coupling promotes a wealth of physical phenomena, among which the emergence of magnetic skyrmions, spin-to-charge conversion,… Read More »Spin-Orbit Physics at Magnetic Interfaces (Aurélien Manchon / LPT / Seminar). – 7/12, 14 H.

Mini-symposium (LCPQ / 9-10 december)

The speakers (and titles) are: - Elise Dumont (ENS, Lyon) "Modelling radicals-induced and light-induced damage in DNA” - Nicolas Ferre (Universite Aix-Marseille) "Why hydroxyl matters: NMR and UV-visible spectra of anthraquinones" - Denis Jacquemin (CEISAM, Nantes) "Modelling Excited-State Intramolecular Proton Transfer in Organic Dyes" - Adele Laurent (CEISAM, Nantes) "Molecular simulations of ligand-protein interactions" The… Read More »Mini-symposium (LCPQ / 9-10 december)

Hydrodynamics of the one-dimensional Bose gas : atom losses (Jerôme Dubail / LPT / Seminar). – 14/12, 14H.

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Jerôme Dubail (LPCT, Nancy) I will briefly introduce “Generalized Hydrodynamics”, the hydrodynamic description of one-dimensional integrable systems , and review the experimental results obtained by the groups of I. Bouchoule in Palaiseau and D. Weiss in Penn State. One important experimental effect not taken into account in GHD is the atom losses : I will discuss… Read More »Hydrodynamics of the one-dimensional Bose gas : atom losses (Jerôme Dubail / LPT / Seminar). – 14/12, 14H.

Winter school on Laboratory Astrophysics : tracking the evolution of cosmic matter towards molecular complexity (LCPQ, Les Houches). – 13-18 March 2022

The school will take place at “Les Houches School of Physics”, located in the Chamonix valley of the French Alps in March 13-18 2022. This winter school is a PCMI-supported initiative and is addressed to a very broad audience, extending well beyond its own frontiers. It includes the fields of astrochemistry and planetary sciences. All researchers (PhD, post docs and permanent researchers) are welcome.