Por José Carmelo (Universidade do Minho).
A specialized course on the Physics at the Large Hadron Collider is organized by LIP in the framework of the International Doctorate Network in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology (IDPASC). The course is intended for under-graduate or graduate students with basic training in Particle Physics.
The objective of the Course is to introduce the physics, analysis methods and results on the physics areas covered by the LHC experiments.
LIP and IDPASC are organising from 12th to 16th March 2018 in Lisbon, the event Data Science in (Astro)Particle Physics and the Bridge to Industry.
The goal of this event is to show the synergies between fundamental research and applied Data Science in the society. In the the first three days a school on Data Science for fundamental physics will be held. The target audience is undergraduate and PhD students, as well as young researchers.
Por Yannick Privat (Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, Université Pierre et Marie Curie).
The Lisbon mini-school on Particle and Astroparticle Physics provides under-graduated students with a comprehensive introduction to the field, covering both theoretical and experimental aspects. This school will give insight to recent discoveries and to open challenges and will stress the research opportunities in the field in Portugal.
Por Jorge Gomes (LIP).
Computer virtualization has been widely adopted in industry and science. Operating system level virtualization enables the creation of application specific computing environments (containers) that resemble virtual machines. Containers are efficient, flexible and can be used to encapsulate scientific applications.
Candidaturas a Bolsas de Doutoramento a decorrer até 15 de janeiro de 2018.
Mais informações disponíveis em https://daephys.fis.uc.pt/.
Nonlinear higher-order eigenvalue problems: positivity of first eigenfunctions and validity of the Faber-Krahn inequality
Por Enea Parini (Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille, Aix-Marseille Université).
Por Alexandre Correia (Universidade de Aveiro).
Abstract: Recent developments in the study of the Solar System dynamics have shown that it is not such a quiet place. Mutual interactions between all bodies may destabilise the orbits and the spins of all terrestrial planets and satellites. Chaotic motion is everywhere and our present quiet Earth will likely experience exotic changes in a billion years. In this talk we will review the major spin-orbit interactions taking action in our Solar System.
Por Liliana Apolinário (LIP, IST).