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Deep Learning Tutorial 
Posted on 20150921
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Deep Learning is a new area of Machine Learning research, which has been introduced with the objective of
moving Machine Learning closer to one of its original goals: Artificial Intelligence. See these course notes
for a brief introduction to Machine Learning for AI and an introduction to Deep Learning algorithms.The tutorials presented here will introduce you to some of the most important deep learning algorithms and
will also show you how to run them using Theano. Theano is a python library that makes writing deep
learning models easy, an . . . . 






Computer tools in particle physics 
Posted on 20150915
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The field of particle physics is living very exciting times with a plethora of experiments looking for new physics in complementary ways. This has made increasingly necessary to obtain precise predictions in new physics models in order to be ready for a discovery that might be just around the corner. However, analyzing new models and studying their phenomenology can be really challenging. Computing mass matrices, interaction vertices and decay rates is already a tremendous task. In addition, obtaining predictions for the dark matter relic densi . . . . 






Recent Progress in the Physics of Open Quantum Systems: Theory and Experiment 
Posted on 20150802
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This Report explores recent advances in our understanding of the physics of open quantum systems (OQSs) which consist of some localized region that is coupled to an external environment. Examples of such systems may be found in numerous areas of physics including mesoscopic physics that provides the main focus of this review. We provide a detailed discussion of the behavior of OQSs in terms of the projectionoperator formalism, according to which the system under study is considered to be comprised of a localized region (Q), embedded into a wel . . . . 






Slow Relaxations and NonEquilibrium Dynamics in Classical and Quantum Systems 
Posted on 20150802
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The aim of these lectures, given at the Les Houches Summer School of Physics "Strongly Interacting Quantum Systems Out of Equilibrium", is providing an introduction to several important and interesting facets of out of equilibrium dynamics. In recent years, there has been a boost in the research on quantum systems out of equilibrium. If fifteen years ago hard condensed matter and classical statistical physics remained rather separate research fields, now the focus on several kinds of out of equilibrium dynamics is making them closer . . . . 






Around the boundary of complex dynamics 
Posted on 20150802
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We introduce the exciting field of complex dynamics at an undergraduate level while reviewing, reinforcing, and extending the ideas learned in an typical first course on complex analysis. Julia sets and the famous Mandelbrot set will be introduced and interesting properties of their boundaries will be described. We will conclude with a discussion of problems at the boundary between complex dynamics and other areas, including a nice application of the material we have learned to a problem in astrophysics. . . . . 






Metallic Quantum Ferromagnets 
Posted on 20150718
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This review gives an overview of the quantum phase transition (QPT) problem in metallic ferromagnets, discussing both experimental and theoretical aspects. These QPTs can be classified with respect to the presence and strength of quenched disorder: Clean systems generically show a discontinuous, or firstorder, QPT from the ferromagnetic state to a paramagnetic one as a function of some control parameter, as predicted by theory. Disordered systems are much more complicated, depending on the disorder strength and the distance from the QPT. . . . . 






