International workshop in Holland

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
Fabien presents poster “Curvature induced phase separation in cubic phases” at Lorentz workshop “The future of multi-scale soft matter modeling”, 31.08-4.09.2015, Leiden, Holland. ? Fabien Paillusson and Agur Sevink ?

Visit to Western Australia

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Perth skyline Matt Watkins visited the groups of Andrew Rohl, Julian Gale and Paulo Rateiri at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia as part of the Australian Research council funded project “Imaging defects at atomic resolution via state-of-the-art atomic force microscopy and petascale simulations”. Boab tree near Perth botanical gardens The…

PhD defence in Odessa

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On 23 December 2014 Andrei was one of two ‘official opponents’ at a public PhD thesis defense ‘Kinetics of order-disorder transition in systems of self-propelling particles’ by Oleksandr O. Chepizhko, which took place at Odessa National University, Ukraine. After extensive deliberations a 13-members strong Specialized Scientific Council unanimously…

Evgeny Khukhro visiting Shanghai University

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:
I am on 2 weeks visit to Shanghai University, invited by Prof Guo Xiuyun and supported by visiting researcher grant of Shanghai University. This Friday, 12 December, at 14:00, I will give a talk “Non-soluble and non-p-soluble length of finite groups” at the Department of Mathematics. This…

Conference and my talk in Novosibirsk

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The Mal’cev Meeting-2014 took place on 10–14 November at Sobolev Institute of Mathematics in Novosibirsk, Russia (pictured). http://www.math.nsc.ru/conference/malmeet/14/Main_e.htm My talk (in Russian, though:-)): malcev14

One more lecture in Brasilia

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Evgeny Khukhro: LECTURE 3:  08/10 (quarta-feira): Completion of the previous lecture on associated Lie rings with example of groups of exponent $p$. Then final part “Using Baker–Campbell–Hausdorff formula in the study of nilpotent $p$-groups”. Initially, the Baker–Campbell–Hausdorff formula was primarily a basis for the EXP and LOG functors…

Roberta receives Springer Poster Prize

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Roberta Dessi receives Springer Poster Prize at CompMat2014.

Talk in Brasilia

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:
26/09 (sexta-feira); as aulas terão lugar no auditório do MAT às 14:30 horas. Palestrante: Evgeny Khukhro (Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia, and University of Lincoln, UK) Some linear methods in the study of nilpotent groups (a survey) Most of the methods that will be described are Lie…

International symposium on computational condensed matter – a success

On 7-9 September 2014 our Computational Physics Group organized an International Symposium and Workshop “Computational condensed matter: advances and challenges – CompMat2014“. The event took place in the sea-coast town of Whitehaven in western part of the Lake District National Park in UK. The symposium program committee consisted of Andrei Zvelindovsky, Marco Pinna and Manuela Mura. […]

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