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Sat, 07/07/2018
NdlS2

Our Mathscope stand at the Nuit de la Science in Geneva last 7 - 8th of July, was very successful and popular amongst all visitors who ranged widely in age and...

Tue, 26/06/2018
Kurzgesagt

Alessandro Sfondrini has been collaborationg with the Youtube channel Kurzgesagt - In A Nutshell to create two outreach videos on theoretical physics.

The first one...

Mon, 10/09/2018
Innovator2018

Congratulations to Yilin Wang and Junliang Shen for receiving the 2018 SwissMAP Innovator Prize!

 

The SwissMAP Innovator Prize is awarded once a year to...

Thu, 22/03/2018

Michele Maggiore has published the second volume of his textbook entitled: Gravitational Waves, Volume 2: Astrophysics and Cosmology

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Wed, 23/05/2018
HEP day

In order to raise the visibility of women and their scientific achievements in high energy physics, the Albert Einstein Center for Fundamental Physics is organizing this...

Publications

Mon, 25/06/2018
George F R Ellis, Ruth Durrer

This paper revisits the controversy concerning whether gravitational lensing effects make a significant difference to...

Fri, 22/06/2018
Igor Novak, Julian Sonner, Benjamin Withers

We study universal spatial features of certain non-equilibrium steady states corresponding to flows of strongly correlated...

Wed, 20/06/2018
Hugo Duminil-Copin, Subhajit Goswami, Aran Raoufi, Franco Severo, Ariel Yadin

In this paper, we prove that Bernoulli percolation on bounded degree graphs with isoperimetric dimension d>4 undergoes a...

Wed, 20/06/2018
Arthur Jacot, Franck Gabriel, Clément Hongler

At initialization, artificial neural networks (ANNs) are equivalent to Gaussian processes in the infinite-width limit, thus...

Events

09/09/2018 to 12/09/2018
Sunstar Alpine Hotel - Grindelwald (BE) - Switzerland
Grindelwald

The 5th SwissMAP General Meeting will take place in Grindelwald on September 9-12, 2018.

17/09/2018
University of Zurich - Switzerland

The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers as well as students interested - in a broad sense - in any of the two topics.