May 28, 2018 - 蛋白质分子及其网络系统的动力学研究

​   王炜教授       南京大学物理学院 个人简介: 南京大学物理学院教授(1992年),博士生导师(1995年),长江计划特聘教授(1999年度,理论物理),南京大学生物物理研究所所长,匡亚明学院院长。1996年度获国家杰出青年基金,1997年获香港求是基金会-杰出青年研究奖(物理学),科技部973项目“非线性科学及其重要应用”首席科学家(2007-2011), 科技部973项目“与激光聚变、自然灾害和深空探测等相关的非线性动力学斑图和...

Oct 20, 2017 - Quantum-mechanical origin of statistical mechanics:related to hidden gauge structure

Abstract:Statistical mechanics is related to quantum mechanics at the root. Classical statistical mechanicshas several problems such as ergodic hypothesis, Gibbs factor, necessity of Planck constant,principle of a priori probability and correspondence between classical and quantum related totemperature.Our purpose is to find one of the argument which lead from quantum mechanics to statisticalm...

Apr 6, 2017 - 华侨大学系统科学论坛(NO:2007-07):Collective dynamics induced by inertia

The Kuramoto model has become the most popular to describe collective dynamics emerging in a wide range of complex systems, along with its variations. Among these models, the Kuramoto model with inertia has been extensively investigated in power grids. In this talk, I would like to introduce our two recent results on collective dynamics induced by inertia. Firstly, I will focus on the emergence of local synchronization (consisting of secondary synchronization, tertiary synchronization and so on termed with respect to their synchronization frequency) within the Kuramoto-desynchronization region in the globally coupled non-identical oscillators induced by inertia. Secondly, I will focus on how synchronization rates can be regulated by time delay, phase shift and inertia at a constant collective frequency. Especially, we consider linear dynamics near synchronized state and calculate the relaxation rate. 报告人:纪鹏,复旦大学类脑智能科学与技术研究院青年研究员 时间:2017年4月11日(星期二)下午15:00-16:30 地点:机电信息实验大楼B430

Mar 4, 2017 - Methods of contact

The institute of Systems Science of Huaqiao University is located in the Amoy/Xiamen campus of Huaqiao University. Offices are located in 3rd and 4th floor, sector B of 机电信息实验大楼.Also e-mails are welcome at systemscience@hqu.edu.cn
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