Lunch Bunch seminars

Spring 2018

Location: PJ Lecture room, Fysikgården 2B

02 February, 12:15
Kaianders Sempler, NyTeknik
To the calendar: From four elements to six quarks – a matter of fact or a fact of matter

23 February, 12:15
Hampus Linander, Zenuity
To the calendar: Deep driving - Scene understanding using deep learning

16 March, 12:15
Aant Elzinga, University of Gothenburg
To the calendar: The Bergson-Einstein debate - a controversy on understanding time

13 April, 12:15
Christophe Demazière, Department of Physics, Chalmers
To the calendar: "Listening" to neutron noise - or how to diagnose nuclear reactor systems using the inherent fluctuations in neutron density

27 April, 12:15
Dag Winkler, Department of Michrotechnology and Nanoscience, Chalmers
To the calendar: Listening to magnetic signals from the human brain using high-Tc SQUID magnetometers

18 May, 12:15
Martin Andersson, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chalmers
To the calendar: Bone mimetic materials

Previously invited speakers

Vincenzo Gulisano, Chalmers University of Technology
Abstract of talk: Data Streaming in Big Data Analysis

Anders Olausson, Wingårdh arkitektkontor
Abstract of talk: The Architecture of the Primary Health Care Centre Nötkärnan

Ann-Marie Pendrill, National Resource Center for Physics Education, Lund University
Abstract of talk: Teacher Roles in the Amusement Park

Mats Granath, University of Gothenburg
Abstract of talk: Machine Learning Using Artificial Neural Networks

Anders Nordlund, Chalmers University of Technology
Abstract of talk: Physicist of Species Ludens - The Playing Physicist

Sylvette Thomassin, Résonance, Geneva, Switzerland
Abstract of talk: Disturbing Vibrations in Our Environment - Measurement, Analysis and Mitigation

Yiannis Karayiannidis, Chalmers University of Technology
Abstract of talk: "From Robot Manipulators to Robotic Manipulation ​- Interaction and Uncertainty in Human-centered Environments"

Francesco Costagliola, Chalmers, University of Technology
Abstract of talk: "Extragalactic Molecular Complexity ​- Opportunities and New Challenges in the ALMA Era"

Maria Börjesson, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Abstract of talk: "How can Economics solve the Transport Challenges of Our Time"

K.V.S. Prasad, Chalmers University of Technology
"Abstract of talk: Should “How Much” be Treated as “How Many”?"

​Helena Rodilla, Chalmers University of Technology
Abstract of talk: "Bringing Terahertz Technology to Life Sciences"

Andreas Isacsson, Chalmers University of Technology
Abstract of talk: “When Smaller Means More ​- Why Vibrating Beams Become Interesting on the Nanoscale”

​Zoran Konkoli, Chalmers University of Technology
Abstract of talk: “What Physicists are Not, but Could be, Doing”

Olle Häggström, Chalmers. University of Technology
Abstract of talk: “Estimating the Probabilities of Apocalyptic Events is Difficult”

Published: Thu 24 Aug 2017. Modified: Tue 16 Jan 2018