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  • From: Barnaföldi Gergely Gábor <barnafoldi.gergely AT wigner.mta.hu>
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  • Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2012 12:52:34 +0200
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Tisztelt Kollégák!


Constantino Tsallis, a nem-extenzív statisztikus fizika neves
képviselője, Intézetünk meghívott vendégeként Wigner RMI Szeminárium
keretében mutatja be legújabb eredményeit: ,,From nonlinear statistical
mechanics to nonlinear quantum mechanics: many-­body systems et al''
című előadásában.

A szeminárium időpontja:
2012. szeptember 7. 14:00

Helye:
Wigner FK SzFI tanácsterem
KFKI Kampusz, 1. épület I. emelet
Konkoly-Thege Miklós út 29-33
H-1121 Budapest


Minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várunk,

Üdvözlettel,

Barnaföldi Gergely Gábor & Biró Tamás

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Előadó:
Constantino Tsallis,
Department of Theoretical Physics,
Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas, and National Institute
of Science and Technology for Complex Systems

Cím:
From nonlinear statistical mechanics to nonlinear quantum
mechanics: many-­body systems et al.


Kivonat:
The fascinating and complex world outside simplifying hypothesis such as
ergodicity is hardly tractable, or plainly intractable, within the usual
Boltzmann-­‐Gibbs frame, based on the well known additive Boltzmann-­
Gibbs-­von Neumann-Shannon entropy. Its generalization to nonadditive
entropies and their consistent connections to thermodynamics,
statistical mechanics, stochastic processes, central-­limit and large-­
deviation approaches, makes many of the usual methods successfully
applicable to a wide class of both few-­ and many-­body complex systems.
This path has shown to be fruitful in dealing -­‐ theoretically,
experimentally, observationally and computationally -­‐ with many
anomalous physical, astrophysical, cosmological (black holes),
geophysical, chemical, financial, biological systems. The main concepts,
some recent predictions, verifications, and applications (e.g., in the
high-­energy experiments of the CMS, ATLAS, ALICE Collaborations at
LHC/CERN), as well as nonlinear quantum-­mechanical extensions, will be
presented.

Referenciák:
(i) http://tsallis.cat.cbpf.br/biblio.htm ;

(ii) C. Tsallis, Introduction to Nonextensive Statistical
Mechanics – Approaching a Complex World (Springer, New York, 2009);

(iii) F.D. Nobre, M.A. Rego-­Monteiro and C. Tsallis, Phys. Rev. Lett.
106, 140601 (2011)








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