Luca Gammaitoni presented a plenary lecture at the XXVI Sitges Conference on Statistical Mechanics (Sitges, 27-31 May 2019). Title of the lecture: Role of fluctuations on nonlinear dynamics of computing devices. Slides available here: slides.
Perugia April 1st, 2019 New book, authored by Luca Gammaitoni and Angelo Vulpiani, has been released today. The book, in Italian, is entitled Perché è difficile prevedere il futuro (Why is it difficult to predict the future) and deals with
Trieste, April 5, 2019 Luca Gammaitoni, Director of NiPS Laboratory, participates at the Scuola Internazionale Studi Avanzati (SISSA) Science Festival Scienza e virgola, to present a recent book written together with Prof. Angelo Vulpiani from La Sapienza University. The book,
Cork, Jan 10th, 2019 Francesco Cottone and Alessio Stollo participated to the EnABLES project meeting at the Tyndall National Institute. EnABLES (http://www.enables-project.eu/) is a 4-years research project funded under the EU framework Horizon 2020 – Research Infrastructure Program. NiPS Laboratory
Valencia, Jan 25th, 2019 Igor Neri, Alessio Stollo and Luca Gammaitoni, participated at the Oprecomp international meeting at the Politecnica Universitat Valencia. Oprecomp (www.oprecomp.eu) is a 4-year research project funded under the EU Framework Horizon 2020 – Re Program Future
Obergurgl, Austria, Jan 16th, 2019 L. Gammaitoni presented a talk at the Quantum Networks and Non-equilibrium Systems workshop in Obergurgl (University of Innsbruck). The aim of the workshop was to identify new directions in research in networked quantum systems away
Perugia, 3 Jan 2019 A new paper from NiPS has been recently published on the Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism. The Superconductor-Superinsulator Transition: S-duality and the QCD on the Desktop by M. Cristina Diamantini, Luca Gammaitoni, Carlo A. Trugenberger, Valerii M. Vinokur. The superinsulator
Perugia, 12 Dec. 2018 Published on “Nano Energy” the results of the experiment made at NiPS Laboratory of the University of Perugia, that shows how to capture electric potential energy from a single biological cell membrane and use it to
A new paper from NiPS reports on a series of controlled computational experiments based on non-equilibrium molecular dynamics and show that at the nanoscale, the thermal rectification is determined by the thermal boundary resistance, and cannot be explained without it.
Punta del Este, Uruguay, 5 Dec. 2018 L. Gammaitoni presents an invited talk on “Fundamental thermodynamic limits in the physics of memories”. Slides available here: DDAYSLAC 2018