Dynamical phenomena in nanoscale magnets - Lecture 4

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Dynamical phenomena in nanoscale magnets
Lecture 4: Statistical Physicists Look at Evolution and Ecology
Per Rikvold, Florida State University

Nonperturbative renormalization group approach to nonequilibrium systems - Lecture 4

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Lecture 4: Nonperturbative renormalization group approach to nonequilibrium systems
Nicholas Wschebor, Universidad de la Rep

Single-molecule manipulation experiments of biological molecules - Lecture 3

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Single-Molecule Manipulation Experiments
Lecture 3: Applications to Biological Systems
Ching-Hwa Kiang, Rice University

Spatial models in evolutionary game theory - Lecture 3

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Lecture 3: Spatial models in evolutionary game theory
Erwin Frey, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich

Driven colloids: Jamming - Lecture 3

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Driven colloids
Lecture3: Jamming

Spatial models in evolutionary game theory - Lecture 2

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Lecture 2: Spatial models in evolutionary game theory
Erwin Frey, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich

Spin dynamics in nanomagnets: Quantum Spin Dynamics in Molecular Nanomagnets - Lecture 3

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Spin dynamics in nanomagnets: Lecture 3: Quantum Spin Dynamics in Molecular Nanomagnets I. Introduction - Quantum Tunneling of Magnetization - Initial Discoveries - Single molecule magnets II. Magnetic Interactions in SMMs - Energy Scales, Spin Hamiltonians - Mn12-acetate III. Resonant Quantum Tunneling of Magnetization - Thermally activated, thermally assisted and pure - Crossover between regimes - Quantum Phase Interference IV. Experimental Techniques - Micromagnetometry -...

Single-molecule manipulation experiments of biological molecules - Lecture 2

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Single-Molecule Manipulation Experiments
Lecture 2: Principles Involved in Interpreting Force Measurements
Ching-Hwa Kiang, Rice University

Driven colloids: Reversible/Irreversible Transitions - Lecture 2

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Driven colloids
Lecture2: Reversible/Irreversible Transitions
Irreversibility: appearance of entropy, creation of time

Spatial models in evolutionary game theory - Lecture 1

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Lecture 1: Spatial models in evolutionary game theory
Erwin Frey, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich