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Physics Nobel Prize 2021

an invitation to the work of Hasselmann, Manabe and Parisi 

DIEP seminar series | 25th November 2021 | 11:00-12:30| online

Edan Lerner

John Mydosh

Elisabetta Pallante

Luca Giomi

Daan Crommelin

Organizers and chairs: Jácome Armas

An invitation to the work of Hasselmann, Manabe and Parisi 

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021 was awarded "for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex systems" with one half jointly to Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann "for the physical modelling of Earth's climate, quantifying variability and reliably predicting global warming" and the other half to Giorgio Parisi "for the discovery of the interplay of disorder and fluctuations in physical systems from atomic to planetary scales."

The Dutch Institute for Emergent Phenomena invites you to attend a series of short lectures by John Mydosh, Edan Lerner, Elisabetta Pallante, Luca Giomi and Daan Crommelin on aspects of the Nobel Prize 2021 that cover many of the contributions that Hasselmann, Manabe and Parisi made to spin glasses, particle physics, flocking and climate models. The event takes place online. To receive the Zoom link before the event register below.

Register here.
Programme:

Thursday, 25th of November
11:00-11:05  Introduction by Jácome Armas
11:05-11:25  John Mydosh  | An experimentalist view of Giorgio Parisi's Nobel prize: complex systems focusing on spin glasses
11:25-11:40  Edan Lerner  | The glassy state of matter
11:40-11:50
  Coffee break
11:50-12:05  Elisabetta Pallante  | Giorgio Parisi, the School of Rome and Particle Physics
12:05-12:20  Luca Giomi  | From field theory to field studies: Parisi's view on flocking
12:20-12:35  Daan Crommelin  | Klaus Hasselmann and stochastic modelling of climate
12:35-12:40
  Closing remarks

Speakers and organiser

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John Mydosh
(University of Leiden)

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Daan Crommelin
(University of Amsterdam)

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Edan Lerner
(University of Amsterdam)

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Jácome Armas

(University of Amsterdam)

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Elisabetta Pallante
(University of Groningen)

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Luca Giomi
(University of Leiden)