


Presentations of F1 Department Members on Conferences and Institutes Abroad
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 14 Dec 2007  Bosiljka Tadic  Collective Dynamic Behavior in Diffusive Processes on Networks 

Structure and Dynamics of Complex Networks  Brasilia, Brasil  Invited Talk 

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4 Nov 2007  Bosiljka Tadic  Robust dynamical effects in dissipative chaotic maps on networks 

Applications of Networks: From fundamental physics to complex networks  Krakow, Poland  Invited Talk 

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4 Nov 2007  Svjetlana Fajfer  Positive parity heavy mesons in HMChPT 

2nd workshop on flavour dynamics  Albufeira, Portugal  Invited Talk 

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24 Sep 2007  Svjetlana Fajfer  Impact of positive parity mesons on charm
meson decays 

The 4th International Conference on Flavor Physics,  Beijing,  Invited Talk 

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17 Sep 2007  Janez Bonca  Numerical approach for the tJ Holstein Model 

Nato Advanced Research Workshop: Electron Transport in Nanosystems (ETN2007)  Yalta , Ukraine  Invited Talk 

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12 Sep 2007  Kristjan Haule  Superconductivity near the Mott transition: what can we learn from plaquette DMFT 

Superconductivity/Les Diablerets Conference Center  Les Diablerets, Switzerland  Invited Talk 

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11 Sep 2007  Bojan Golli  Excitations of the Roper resonances 

The 20th European Conference on FewBody Problems in Physics  Pisa, Italy  Contributed Talk 

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7 Sep 2007  Bosiljka Tadic  Diffusion on Complex Networks 

WS Computational Methods For Complex Networks in CCP2007  ULB Brussels, Belgium  Invited Talk 

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5 Sep 2007  Natasa Vaupotic  Modeling of 2D modulated structures in bentcore liquid crystals: do banana modulations have the same origin? 

FLC 2007, 11th Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Conference  Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan  Invited Talk 

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31 Aug 2007  Svjetlana Fajfer  Messages from inclusion of positive parity heavy mesons in heavy meson chiral perturbation theory(PDF) 

International Conference on Hadron Physics
TROIA\'07  Canakkale Turkiye  Invited Talk 

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20 Jul 2007  Jernej Kamenik  Chiral behavior of the heavy meson mixing amplitudes in the standard model and beyond 

The 2007 Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics  Manchester, England  Contributed Talk 

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19 Jul 2007  Bosiljka Tadic  Collective behavior of transport processes on networks 

Conference on Perspectives in Nonlinear Dynamics, 1619 July  ICTP Trieste, Italy  Invited Talk 

 We present detailed analysis of the diffusive type processes on networks, such as transport of information packets to specified destination. In these processes the rules of random diffusion are locally modified by the navigation rules to increase efficiency of transport. The navigation together with the network geometry affect the statistical properties of the process. We present the results of numerical simulations on large networks with the emphasis on the collective dynamic effects, which lead to powerlaw dependences, scaleinvariance, correlations in the traffic time series, and jamming transition.
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4 May 2007  Bosiljka Tadic  Dynamical Patterns and Stability in Coupled Map Networks 

COST Workshop Networks: Topology, Dynamics and Risk  Belgrade/Serbia 35 May 2007  Invited Talk 

 Synchronisation between the units in the extended (network) systems is an important type of dynamical behavior with many applications. Chaotic maps represent a special type of dynamics due to their high sensitivity to the initial conditions, type of couplings, and the external driving. Dynamical interactions on many real networks, including genetic networks and electrical circuits, can be represented by coupled maps. However, chaotic instability is rather rarely found in these systems. Therefore, the question of localization of the chaotic orbits in network environments is of a high importance. We study 2dimensional coupled chaotic maps on trees and modular graphs by employing different types of timedelayed couplings along the network links. We find that, on the global network level, the dynamic behavior with several classes of localized orbits occurs for relatively small coupling strength. The nodes synchronized within the same orbit appear to form a characteristic pattern on the network, with statistically robust properties. On the level of individual modules, however, we observe both stable periodic and quasiperiodic orbits, as well as chaotic orbits with new types of attractors, depending on the size of the module, its topology and coupling. more... 
26 Feb 2007  Matej Pavsic  Clifford algebra as a possible clue to the unification of fundamental interactions 

Conceptual and Numerical Challenges in Femto and PetaScale Physics, 45. Int\'l Universitätswochen für Theoretische Physik  Schladming, Austria  Seminar 

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23 Feb 2007  Bosiljka Tadic  Multiscale Network Models of Soft Materials: Structure and Dynamics 

Assembly, Organization and Propulsion in Complex Systems  Madras/India 2224 February 2007  Invited Talk 

 Assembly of nanosize particles and/or biomolecules into
largescale complexes often involves nonlinear dynamic processes, leading to irregular (soft) structures that can be adequately represented by graphs. Among the emergent structures, various types of multiscale topologies
appear to be most robust to variations of the process parameters. Recent theoretical approaches with network models of such soft materials provide tools for precise mathematical description of the structure, on one side,
and for study of the emergent physical properties of the assembled objects, on the other. In this respect, the methods of numerical simulations of dynamical processes
on complex networks offer a possibility to unravel the nature of structuredynamics interdependences and determine the parameters involved. In this lecture we show recent results for two types of processes on networks, both of which are interesting for technological applications. In particular, we show how the processes of magnetization reversal and charge transport run on different scalefree networks.In both cases, by quantitative analysis of the dynamics and structure, we specify the topological property of the underlying network that is responsible for potential improvement of the dynamics. We also point out certain universal dynamical features in these systems. more... 
9 Jan 2007  Janez Bonca  Correlation effects in conductance through coupled quantum dots and molecules 

Sixth International Conference on
New Theories, Discoveries and Applications of
Superconductors and Related Materials  Sydney, Australia  Invited Talk 

 





