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ICP-Kolloquium - Vortrag im Rahmen des SFB 716

Event date:  January 12, 2017 4:00 PM
Referent:  Prof. Dr. Malte Henkel, Université de Lorraine, Statistical Physics Group


New dynamical symmetries in interface growth: what do we know about them and what do they teach us?

Abstract Interface growth is a paradigmatic example of a complex system made from a large number of strongly interacting degress of freedom, with dynamical created long-range correlations. Such systems can undergo physical ageing, that is they display (i) slow relaxational behaviour, (ii) breaking of time-translation-invariance and (iii) dynamical scaling. Through simulations and simple exactly solvable models, we investigate into the existence of new, non-trivial dynamical symmetries extending dynamical scaling and their possible consequences.

Event location:  Campus Vaihingen
Seminarraum 1.079
Allmandring 3