All talks start at 09.00, and take place in one of the seminar rooms in the new building, or in one of the discussion rooms.
|Thursday 17 May||Maxwell's demon and the Szilard engine (Topic 1)||Juan Carlos Correia|
|Friday 1 June||The Brownian ratchet (Topic 4)||Sakshi Khaiwal|
|Thursday 7 June||How small can a fridge be? (Topic 9)||Ankita Negi|
|Thursday 21 June||Eigenstate thermalization (Topic 10)||Saurabh Kumar|
|Friday 22 June||Negative entropy in quantum information theory (Topic 11)||Paula Belzig|
|Thursday 5 July||Negative entropy in quantum thermodynamics (Topic 12)||Angelos Bampounis|
|Friday 6 July||Entanglement and the foundations of statistical mechanics (Topic 8)||Nikhil Sharma|
|Thursday 12 July||The second laws of quantum thermodynamics (Topic 20)||Changjun Yeo|
|Friday 13 July||Quantum fluctuation thorems (Topic 16)||Mugdha Zadkar|
If you have any questions, contact Johan Aberg.
Ideas from both classical and quantum information theory has inspired several approaches to understand and analyze the foundations of thermodynamics. In this seminar we will explore various topics in this area.
Johan Aberg and David Gross