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2Physics Quote:
"Can photons in vacuum interact? The answer is not, since the vacuum is a linear medium where electromagnetic excitations and waves simply sum up, crossing themselves with no interaction. There exist a plenty of nonlinear media where the propagation features depend on the concentration of the waves or particles themselves. For example travelling photons in a nonlinear optical medium modify their structures during the propagation, attracting or repelling each other depending on the focusing or defocusing properties of the medium, and giving rise to self-sustained preserving profiles such as space and time solitons or rapidly rising fronts such as shock waves." -- Lorenzo Dominici, Mikhail Petrov, Michal Matuszewski, Dario Ballarini, Milena De Giorgi, David Colas, Emiliano Cancellieri, Blanca Silva Fernández, Alberto Bramati, Giuseppe Gigli, Alexei Kavokin, Fabrice Laussy, Daniele Sanvitto. (Read Full Article: "The Real-Space Collapse of a Two Dimensional Polariton Gas" )

Monday, January 01, 2007

Upcoming Physics Conferences 2007

Here is a selected list of forthcoming conferences in Physics. You are welcome to freely advertize Physics jobs or conferences in 2Physics by sending an email to 2Physics@gmail.com.

January 8-13: High-energy Quantum ChromoDynamics (QCD) : from RHIC to LHC (Trento, Trentino, Italy)
January 15-19: Higher structures in geometry and physics: Conference in honor of Murray Gerstenhaber's 80th and Jim Stasheff's 70th birthdays (Paris, France)
February 12-23: JIGSAW 2007 -- Joint Indo-German workshop and school on neutrinos in physics, astrophysics and cosmology (Mumbai, India)
February 24- March 3: 45th Schladming winter school on theoretical physics: conceptual and numerical challenges in femto- and peta-scale physics (Schladming, Austria)
March 5-9: Foundations of quantum theory "special focus session" on foundations of quantum theory at the APS March Meeting (Denver, Colorado, USA)
March 12-16: Nano and giga challenges (Tempe, Arizona, USA)
March 16-17: 23rd Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting (Caltech, Pasadena)
March 23-April 3: Quantum Gravity School (Zakopane, Poland)
March 24-29: The origin of galaxies (Otz Valley, nr. Innsbruck, Austria)
March 26-31: X hadron physics (Florianopolis, Brazil)
April 10-13: BICOS 2007 -- Bilbao Encounter On New Standard Cosmology (Bilbao, Spain)
April 23-27: Advanced computing and analysis techniques in physics (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
June 1-5: Central European workshop on quantum optics, 14th edition (Palermo, Italy)
June 4-7: 6th intl conference on nuclear and radiation physics (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
June 11-22: Summer school on particle physics (Trieste, Italy)
June 11-29: Physics at TeV colliders (Les Houches, France)
June 22-July 3: 19th Petrov school -- summer school-seminar on recent problems in theoretical and mathematical physics (Kazan, Russia)
July 8-14: 7th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational waves (Sydney, Australia)
July 26-August 1: 15th intl conference on supersymmetry and the unification of fundamental interactions (Karlsruhe, Germany)
July 30-August 11: Cosmology and particle physics beyond the standard models (Cargese, France)
August 23-29: 13th Lomonosov conferences on elementary particle physics (Moscow, Russia)
September 2-6: Photons, atoms, and qubits (Royal Society, London, UK)
September 3-7: 3rd intl conference on physics and control (Potsdam, Germany)
September 17-21: Quantum Field Theory (Leipzig, Germany)
October 1-5: Planets to Dark Energy (Manchester,UK)
October 11-13: Algebra, geometry, and mathematical physics (Göteborg, Sweden)


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