Thursday 27 June 2019 |

Events for day: Wednesday 31 October 2018 |

10:00 - 11:30 Short CourseModel Theory of Separably Closed Valued Fields School MATHEMATICS This mini-course will cover fundamental results in the model theory of separably closed valued fields. In the first lecture, we will briefly recall some algebraic preliminaries, in particular around p-independence, and the model theory of separably closed fields, including quantifier elimination, stability and, in finite degree of imperfection, elimination of imaginaries. We will then move, in the second lecture, to the theory SCVF of separably closed non-trivially valued fields and present a proof of quantifier elimination (due to Hong) in the language with parametrized lambda-functions. From this, we will deduce that a ... 14:00 - 15:00 Weekly SeminarHydrodynamic instabilities in a suspension of micro-swimmers School NANO SCIENCES Hydrodynamic instabilities in a suspension of micro-swimmersDynamics of a suspension of interacting active particles, as a non-equilibrium problem in statistical mechanics, has attracted considerable interests in recent years.Systems like schools of fishes and birds, bacterial colonies, gels of bio-polymers and interacting active Janus particles show a wide range of fascinating physical behavior. Coherent collective motions, long-range orientational order, large number fluctuations and pattern formations are examples of such phenomena.Based on a microscopic model of an active agent, we develop a continuum description for a ... 14:00 - 15:00 Weekly SeminarCondensed Matter and Statistical Physics Group Hydrodynamic instabilities in a suspension of micro-swimmers School PHYSICS Seminar Room (classroom A), Farmanieh Building, IPM ... 14:00 - 15:00 Weekly SeminarCombinatorics and Computing School MATHEMATICS Compatibilty hypergraphs and its applications ... 15:30 - 17:00 Short CourseModel Theory of Separably Closed Valued Fields School MATHEMATICS This mini-course will cover fundamental results in the model theory of separably closed valued fields. In the first lecture, we will briefly recall some algebraic preliminaries, in particular around p-independence, and the model theory of separably closed fields, including quantifier elimination, stability and, in finite degree of imperfection, elimination of imaginaries. We will then move, in the second lecture, to the theory SCVF of separably closed non-trivially valued fields and present a proof of quantifier elimination (due to Hong) in the language with parametrized lambda-functions. From this, we will deduce that a ... |