NGSCES 2016

We arrived at the end of the 7th International Conference The New Generation in Strongly Correlated Electrons Systems 2016.

It was a nice week rich of nice talks and fruitful and interesting discussions.  Here you can find some of the nice talks presented during the week!

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Lab scientists discover five new nuclei

“The study, conducted this fall, focuses on developing new methods of synthesis for super heavy elements. The newly discovered, exotic nuclei are one isotope each of heavy elements berkelium, neptunium and uranium and two isotopes of the element americium. [..] Apart from discoveries themselves, the discovery is the first proof of the new technique for production of these exotic nuclides.” [From Phys.org ]

Read more  Observation of new neutron-deficient isotopes with in multinucleon transfer reactions” Physics Letters B, Vol. 748, (2015) 

Happy Birthday to superconductivity!

Well, it seems Google doesn’t care about the 104th Anniversary of the discovery of Superconductuvity. No #levitatingdoodle for us. Nonetheless today we celebrate superconductivity!
A nice occasion of outreach about this fascinating topic:
What is a superconductor?