

201718/
Seminari A.A. 20172018 

I Seminari si svolgono il martedì alle 14:30 nell'aula 311
del Dipartimento di Matematica
(salvo diversa indicazione)



Relatore 
Titolo 
Data 



Michele Correggi
Università "La Sapienza" 

22 Maggio 2018 



Serena Cenatiempo
GSSI L'Aquila 

15 Maggio 2018 



Margherita Disertori
University of Bonn 

8 Maggio 2018 



Vieri Mastropietro
Università di Milano 

17 Aprile 2018 



Alfonso Sorrentino
Università Tor Vergata 

12 Aprile 2018 (giovedì) 



Martin Tassy
University of California 

06 Febbraio 2018 



Monia Capanna
Università dell'Aquila 

31 Gennaio 2018 (mercoledì ore 11:30 Aula 211) 



Alexandre Efremov
École Polytechnique Palaiseau 

30 Gennaio 2018 



Yinon Spinka
Tel Aviv University 

26 Gennaio 2018 (venerdì) 



Eric Ossami Endo
Universidade de São Paulo 

23 Gennaio 2018 



N.J.B. Aza
Universidade de São Paulo 

22 Gennaio 2018 (lunedì ore 11:30) 



In this talk, I will present the existence of Large Deviation
Principles in the scope of fermionic systems at equilibrium. The
physical motivations beyond these studies are experimental measures of
electric resistance of nanowires in silicon doped with phosphorus
atoms. The latter demonstrates that quantum effects on charge
transport almost disappear for nanowires of lengths larger than a few
nanometers, even at a very low temperature (4.2 K). This presentation
is closely related to proving (mathematically speaking) for
interacting fermions (in presence of impurities) at equilibrium these
experimental results.
In the first part, I will describe the existence of a Large Deviation
Principle for free fermion systems subjected to external electric
fields. After that, I will state that for weakly interacting fermions
on the lattice, the logarithm moment generating function of
probability distributions associated with KMS states can be written as
the limit of logarithms of Gaussian Berezin integrals. The covariances
of the Gaussian integrals are shown to have a uniform determinant
bound and to be summable even in the disorder setting. Finally, I will
discuss how to prove a Large Deviation Principle for current
observables in the interacting setting.
Based on joint works with J. B. Bru and W. de Siqueira Pedra.




Clément Erignoux
IMPA 

9 Gennaio 2018 



Domenico Monaco
Università Roma Tre 

21 Novembre 2017 



Eris Runa
Max Planck Institut 

14 Novembre 2017 



Hugo DuminilCopin
IHES 

7 Novembre 2017 



Fabio Toninelli
Université Lyon 1 

17 Ottobre 2017 



Suren Pogosian
Armenian Academy of Sciences 

04 Ottobre 2017 (mercoledì aula 211) 




