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Di seguito gli eventuali Seminari in programma nel mese in corso:

Seminari  
18/12/2018 Ore 11:30 - 14:00

Pathway-based personalized analysis of cancer

18/12/2018 11:30 Aula Caldirola
Pathway-based personalized analysis of cancer
Prof. Eytan Domany
Weizmann Institute of Science
6-19 December 2018. Prof. Eytan Domany from the Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) will spend two weeks at the Center for Complexity and Biosystems. The visit is co-funded by the visiting scientist program of the Physics Department and by CC&B. Eytan Domany received his Ph D in statistical physics from Cornell University. After a few years at the University of Washington he joined the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, where he served as Head of the Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Chair of the Council of Professors and of the Institute’s Scientific Council, was Head of the Kahn Center for Systems Biology and Henry J Leir Professorial Chair. His research interests have shifted years ago from statistical physics to bioinformatics and computational and systems biology, with a special focus on applications to experimentally and clinically motivated problems.

Stefano Zapperi    stefano.zapperi@unimi.it

17/12/2018 Ore 11:30 - 15:00

How to give talks?

17/12/2018 ore 11:30 Aula Polvani
How to give talks?
Eytan Domany
Weizmann Institute of Science    6-19 December 2018.
Prof. Eytan Domany from the Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) will spend two weeks at the Center for Complexity and Biosystems.
The visit is co-funded by the visiting scientist program of the Physics Department and by CC&B. Eytan Domany received his Ph D in statistical physics from Cornell University. After a few years at the University of Washington he joined the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, where he served as Head of the Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Chair of the Council of Professors and of the Institute’s Scientific Council, was Head of the Kahn Center for Systems Biology and Henry J Leir Professorial Chair. His research interests have shifted years ago from statistical physics to bioinformatics and computational and systems biology, with a special focus on applications to experimentally and clinically motivated problems.


http://complexitybiosystems.it/en/events/how-to-give-talks


Stefano Zapperi    stefano.zapperi@unimi.it

17/12/2018 Ore 14:00 - 17:00

Studio delle proprietà conformazionali, dinamiche, elettroniche, ottiche e magnetiche di nanostrutture, biomolecole e solidi

17/12/2018 ore 14:00 - Aula Caldirola
Studio delle proprietà conformazionali, dinamiche, elettroniche, ottiche e magnetiche di nanostrutture, biomolecole e solidi
Dr. Valentina Bonanni
Verranno illustrati studi sperimentali su proprietà conformazionali, elettroniche, ottiche e magnetiche di diverse nanostrutture, biomolecole e solidi. Tali studi sono stati effettuati tramite tecniche ottiche, magnetometriche, di microscopia e di luce di sincrotrone.
Alessandro Lascialfari    alessandro.lascialfari@unimi.it

Locandina

10/12/2018 Ore 11:30 - 14:00

Characterization of challenging materials: what a change in mechanical behaviour can imply

10/12/2018 ore 11:30 Aula Caldirola
Characterization of challenging materials: what a change in mechanical behaviour can imply
Alessia Prato
Bristol Composite Institute, University of Bristol

"Let’s consider for a moment a material like water ice or a typical carbon fibres composite. Both of them are generally defined as brittle materials. But what if, due to specific loading conditions or particular layups they start behaving like a fluid or showing a pseudo-ductile response? How can they be properly analysed from an experimental and/or numerical point of view? Is it still correct considering, for example, a spherical ice object, simulating a hailstone, like a pure brittle or pure fluid projectile? How can we properly define pseudo-ductility in a material, like composite?

In this short talk, I’d like to explore with you some cases I have studied in the last years in materials that we “already know” in order to try to understand how a different approach in experimental techniques or numerical modelling can be of help in the investigation of the “transition” in materials’ response and what a change in mechanical behaviour can in ply from a physical and engineering point of view.
published on 11/9/2018

© Copyright 2015 Center for Compexity & Biosystems "

http://complexitybiosystems.it/en/events/characterization-of-challenging-materials-what-a-change-in-mechanical-behaviour-can-imply

Prof. Stefano Zapperi    stefano.zapperi@unimi.it

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