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English title | Research in Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics |
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Applicant | Gaberdiel Matthias |

Number | 143952 |

Funding scheme | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

Research institution | Institut für Theoretische Physik ETH Zürich |

Institution of higher education | ETH Zurich - ETHZ |

Main discipline | Theoretical Physics |

Start/End | 01.10.2012 - 30.09.2014 |

Approved amount | 250'000.00 |

Comput. physics & quantum information science; Mathematical physics including string theory; Particle theory; Condensed matter theory; Astrophysics and Cosmology

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Lay summary |

The Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies is jointly organized by the Institutes of Theoretical Physics at ETH and the University of Zurich. It aims to foster teaching and research in theoretical physics and related subjects in the Zurich area. The purpose of the Pauli Center is to bring scientists from all over the world to come to Zurich, to interact with local and other visiting scientists, and to enrich the graduate education. More specifically the Pauli Center organizes thematic programs of a few months' duration, as well as shorter workshops. It also invites scientists to come to Zurich for collaborative visits and to teach graduate courses. Topics that will be covered include mathematical physics including string theory, astrophysics and cosmology, particle theory, condensed matter physics, computational physics and quantum information theory. |

Direct link to Lay Summary | Last update: 21.02.2013 |

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Publication |
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String Theory as a Higher Spin Theory |

Diboson resonant production in non-custodial composite Higgs models |

Four and two-lepton signals of leptophilic gauge interactions at large colliders |

Stringy Symmetries and the Higher Spin Square |

Chiral d-wave Superconductivity in SrPtAs |

Competing structures in two-dimensional trapped dipolar gases |

Constraining subleading soft gluon and graviton theorems |

EERAD3: Event shapes and jet rates in electron-positron annihilation at order α3s |

Electrical permittivity driven metal-insulator transition in heterostructures of nonpolar Mott and band insulators |

Enhanced superfluid response of parahydrogen in nanoscale confinement |

Ginzburg-Landau description of twin boundaries in non-centrosymmetric superconductors |

Glassy Chimeras could be blind to quantum speedup: Designing better benchmarks for quantum annealing machines |

Higgs boson gluon–fusion production at threshold in N3LO QCD |

NNLO QCD corrections to jet production at hadron colliders from gluon scattering |

Non-local quantum fluctuations and fermionic superfluidity in the imbalanced attractive Hubbard model |

Projective versus weak measurement of charge in a mesoscopic conductor |

Resummation of the transverse-energy distribution in Higgs boson production at the Large Hadron Collider |

Signatures of the helical phase in the critical fields at twin boundaries of noncentrosymmetric superconductors |

Simplified differential equations approach for Master Integrals |

Spin superfluidity in coplanar multiferroics |

Systematics of small parahydrogen clusters in two dimensions |

The BFKL equation, Mueller-Navelet jets and single-valued harmonic polylogarithms |

Complex-Stripe Phases Induced by Staggered Rashba Spin-Orbit Coupling |

Double Virtual corrections for gluon scattering at NNLO |

Evidence for superconductivity with broken time-reversal symmetry in locally noncentrosymmetric SrPtAs |

Infrared structure at NNLO using antenna subtraction |

Novel Disordering Mechanism in Ferromagnetic Systems with Competing Interactions |

One-shot lossy quantum data compression |

Probing the Colour Structure of the Top Quark Forward-Backward Asymmetry |

Proximity effects in a topological-insulator/Mott-insulator heterostructure |

Second order QCD corrections to jet production at hadron colliders: the all-gluon contribution |

Spin currents and spontaneous magnetization at twin boundaries of noncentrosymmetric superconductors |

Spin-Orbit Coupling in Multilayer Superconductors with Charge Imbalance |

Topological and edge state properties of a three-band model for Sr2RuO4 |

Model for Magnetic Flux Patterns Induced by the Influence of In-Plane Magnetic Fields on Spatially Inhomogeneous Superconducting Interfaces of LaAlO3-SrTiO3 Bilayers |

Pair-density wave states through spin-orbit coupling in multilayer superconductors |

Possible pairing symmetries in SrPtAs with a local lack of inversion center |

Effect of the RuO6 octahedron rotation at the Sr2RuO4 surface on topological property |

Group / person | Country |
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Universität Genf, CERN, Universität Basel, Universität Bern | Switzerland (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results |

PIMS Kyoto, IPMU Tokio | Japan (Asia) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results - Publication |

Landau Institut Moskau | Russia (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results - Publication - Exchange of personnel |

Unis. Hamburg, Mainz, Leipzig, FU & TU Berlin, LMU & TU München, TU Stuttgart, DESY, MPI Golm | Germany (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results |

King's College London, Imperial College, Univ. of Cambridge, Durham University | Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results - Publication |

Tata Institute Mumbai, Harish-Chandra Research Institute Allahabad | India (Asia) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results - Publication |

University of British Columbia, University of Alberta | Canada (North America) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results - Publication |

IHES (Bures-sur-Yvette), ENS Paris, ENS Lyon, Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau | France (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results |

Univs. of Harvard, Princeton, Arizona, Stanford, Rutgers, CalTech, KITP Santa Barbara, IAS Princeton | United States of America (North America) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results - Publication |

Univ. Wien, Erwin-Schroedinger-Institut Wien | Austria (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results |

Technion Haifa, Hebrew University Jerusalem | Israel (Asia) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results |

Univ. degli studi di Padova, Univ. di Roma | Italy (Europe) |

- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results |

Title | Type of contribution | Title of article or contribution | Date | Place | Persons involved |
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Schroedinger Lecture 2013, Prof. Joachim Wambsganss (Heidelberg University) | Individual talk | Strong Gravitational Lensing: From Giant Arcs to Extrasolar Planets | 27.05.2013 | Zürich, Switzerland | Lake George; |

Schroedinger Lecture 2012, Professor Bryan Webber (University of Cambridge, England) | Individual talk | Event simulation for the Large Hadron Collider | 23.10.2012 | Zürich, Switzerland | Gehrmann Thomas; |

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Classical and Quantum Optimization | 20.08.2014 | Zürich, Switzerland |

Workshop on High Precision LHC Physics | 23.05.2014 | Schweiz, Switzerland |

2nd workshop on Matrix Element Methods | 08.01.2014 | Zürich, Switzerland |

1st Island Digital Ecosystem Avatars Workshop | 18.11.2013 | Zürich, Switzerland |

Workshop on Analytical Aspects of Mathematical Physics | 27.05.2013 | Zürich, Switzerland |

Tensor network algorithms in computational physics and numerical analysis | 15.05.2013 | Zürich, Switzerland |

Particle physics in the LHC era | 07.01.2013 | Zürich, Switzerland |

Response treatment for the dynamical properties of materials with the ABINIT package | 22.10.2012 | Zürich, Switzerland |

Communication | Title | Media | Place | Year |
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Talks/events/exhibitions | Nature at the Energy Frontier (Public Lecture by Prof. David Gross) | German-speaking Switzerland | 2013 |

Number | Title | Start | Funding scheme |
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155908 | Research in Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics | 01.10.2014 | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

131809 | Research in Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics | 01.10.2010 | Project funding (Div. I-III) |

The Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies is jointly organized by the Institutes of Theoretical Physics at ETH and the University of Zuerich. It aims to foster teaching and research in theoretical physics and related subjects in the Zuerich area. The purpose of the Pauli Center is to bring scientists from all over the world to come to Zuerich, to interact with local and other visiting scientists, and to enrich the graduate education. More specically the Pauli Center organizes thematic programs, conferences and workshops. It also invites scientists to come to Zuerich for collaborative visits and to teach graduate courses. Topics that will be covered include mathematical physics including string theory, astrophysics and cosmology, particle theory, condensed matter physics, computational physics and quantum information theory. In this proposal we outline activities involving visitors from abroad who are specialists in these areas. The Pauli Center is currently operating very successfully, and on average ten workshops or conferences have been organized by the center in each of the last three years. The center has also hosted a large number of high prole visitors, see http://www.paulicenter.ch/ for an account of past, present and future activities. The new structure that was instituted in 2008, including a local management board as well as an international advisory board, is functioning very well. With a view to broaden the activities and to bring new areas of research to Zuerich, the Pauli Center continues to encourage more actively Swiss researchers from outside Zuerich to get involved in the activities of the Center.

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