Colloquia 2003 - 2004

September 25 - Dr. Peter Rosenbusch, Observatoire de Paris, BNM - SYRTE, Paris, France
Dynamics of a single vortex line in a Bose - Einstein condensate.

October 02 - Prof. E.N. Economou, University of Crete
Taming the flow of classical waves: Photonic and Phononic Crystals.

October 09 - Prof. Peter Hamm, Physikalisch Chemisches Institut, Zurich, Switzerland
Ultrafast Conformational Dynamics of Small Peptides.

October 16 - Prof. Giovanni Dietler, Institut de Physique de la Matiere Condensee, Universite de Lausanne, Switzerland
Proteins and Cellular Machines:Single Molecule Experiments.

October 23 - Prof. Uzi Smilanski, Weizmann Institute, Israel
Counting Nodal Domains - from Chladni to quantum chaos.

October 30 - Prof. X. Zotos, Physics Dept., University of Crete
Transport in classical and quantum integrable systems.

November 13 - Prof. Theo J.M. Zouros, University of Crete
Quasi-free electron scattering from highly charged ions: A unique atomic physics testing ground of two-potential scattering.

November 20 - Prof. Fritz Aumayr, Institut fuer Allgemeine Physik, Technische Universitaet Wien, Austria
Slow highly charged ions hitting a solid surface - from hollow atoms to novel applications.

November 27 - Dr Andreas Buchleitner, Max-Planck-Institute, Dresden, Germany
Complex dynamics with simple quantum systems

December 04 - Prof. Nikos Kylafis, University of Crete
Black holes as X-ray sources

December 11 - Prof. Spiros Anastasiadis, University of Crete
Controlling Polymer Interfaces

March 11 - Dr. G. Neofotistos, University of Crete
Size distribution, age, and entrepreneurial dynamics of Greek firms: case study of how physics can help economics

March 18 - Dr. Elefterios Lidorikis, Physics Department, ���, USA
Modeling and simulation of nanophotonic systems

April 21 - M. J. Aziz, Gordon McKay Professor of Materials Science, Harvard University, Cambridge USA
Laser Annealing of Semiconductors and Nonequilibrium Growth from the Melt

May 06 - Prof. L. Vlachos, University of Thessaloniki
Gravitational Waves as a plausible source of Gamma Ray bursts

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