Berlin 2008 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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DY: Fachverband Dynamik und Statistische Physik

DY 17: Poster I

Dienstag, 26. Februar 2008, 16:00–18:00, Poster C

16:00 DY 17.1 Temporal flooding of regular islandsArnd Bäcker, •Lars Bittrich, and Roland Ketzmerick
16:00 DY 17.2 Effects of point-like perturbations in billiards — •Timur Tudorovskiy, Ruven Höhmann, Ulrich Kuhl, and Hans-Jürgen Stöckmann
16:00 DY 17.3 Investigation of three-dimensional wave dynamical systems — •Stefan Bittner, Barbara Dietz, Thomas Friedrich, Maksim Miski-Oglu, Pedro Oria Iriarte, Achim Richter, and Florian Schäfer
16:00 DY 17.4 The random phase hypothesis and the circular ensembles — •Rudolf A. Roemer and Hermann Schulz-Baldes
16:00 DY 17.5 Experimental results on open microwave billiardsStefan Bittner, Barbara Dietz-Pilatus, Thomas Friedrich, Maksim Miski-Oglu, •Pedro Oria-Iriarte, Achim Richter, and Florian Schäfer
16:00 DY 17.6 New methods for determining Poincaré recurrence timesRoland Ketzmerick and •Matthias Michler
16:00 DY 17.7 Critical parameters for the disorder-induced metal-insulator transition in FCC and BCC latticesAndrzej Eilmes, •Andrea M. Fischer, and Rudolf A. Roemer
16:00 DY 17.8 Spin Relaxation and Decoherence through Chaotic Coupling — •Marcus V. S. Bonança and Klaus Richter
16:00 DY 17.9 Multifractal Analysis of the Metal to Insulator Transition in the Three-Dimensional Anderson ModelLouella J. Vasquez, Alberto Rodriguez, and •Rudolf A. Roemer
16:00 DY 17.10 Mesoscopic Coulomb SupersolidAlexei Filinov, •Jens Böning, Michael Bonitz, and Yurii Lozovik
16:00 DY 17.11 Decoherence in the central spin model (Gaudin model)Michael Bortz, •Christian Schneider, Joachim Stolze, and Robert Stübner
16:00 DY 17.12 Quantum transport on small-world networks: A continuous-time quantum walk approachOliver Mülken, •Volker Pernice, and Alexander Blumen
16:00 DY 17.13 Quantum Dynamics of Nanomechanical Resonator Arrays — •Max Ludwig and Florian Marquardt
16:00 DY 17.14 Phase transition of the sub-Ohmic spin-boson model — •Andre Winter and Heiko Rieger
16:00 DY 17.15 Decoherence of the electron spin of NV-centers in Diamond — •Florian Rempp, Philipp Neumann, Torsten Gaebel, Fedor Jelezko, and Jörg Wrachtup
16:00 DY 17.16 Coherence properties of photons emitted by single defect centers in diamond — •Anton Batalov, Christian Zierl, Petr Siyushev, Torsten Gaebel, Fedor Jelezko, and Jörg Wrachtrup
16:00 DY 17.17 Anomalous transport in disordered iterated systems — •Andreas Fichtner and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.18 Absolute negative mobility of an inertial Brownian particle — •David Speer, Joachim Nagel, Tobias Gaber, Ralf Eichhorn, Peter Reimann, Reinhold Kleiner, and Dieter Koelle
16:00 DY 17.19 Stochastic dynamics in a continuous disordered potential — •Steffen Röthel
16:00 DY 17.20 Correlations in the Sequence of Residence Times — •Benjamin Lindner and Tilo Schwalger
16:00 DY 17.21 Interspike Interval Distribution of a Neuron Driven by Colored NoiseTilo Schwalger, •Jessica Strefler, and Lutz Schimansky-Geier
16:00 DY 17.22 Effect of noise and delay near a global bifurcation in superlattices — •Johanne Hizanidis and Eckehard Schöll
16:00 DY 17.23 Multiple time-delayed feedback control of stochastic dynamics in a resonant tunneling diode — •Niels Majer and Eckehard Schöll
16:00 DY 17.24 Nonlinear hopping conduction in open channels — •Martin Körner, Mario Einax, Philipp Maass, and Abraham Nitzan
16:00 DY 17.25 Erzeugung von dynamischen Verkehrszustandsgrenzen für Online-Verkehrssimulationen — •Florian Mazur, Thomas Zaksek, Johannes Brügmann und Michael Schreckenberg
16:00 DY 17.26 Entwicklung von Standardganglinien im Bereich von Baustellen für Online-Verkehrssimulationen — •Thomas Zaksek, Florian Mazur, Johannes Brügmann und Michael Schreckenberg
16:00 DY 17.27 Stationary Turing Patterns in the Diffusive Bazykin System — •Oliver Strebel
16:00 DY 17.28 Patterns of Chaos Synchronization — •Johannes Kestler, Anja Englert, and Wolfgang Kinzel
16:00 DY 17.29 Lyapunov spectral gap and branch splitting of Lyapunov modes in a ``diatomic" system — •Hong-liu Yang and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.30 When can one observe good hydrodynamic Lyapunov modes? — •Hong-liu Yang and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.31 Hydrodynamic Lyapunov modes and strong stochasticity threshold in the dynamic XY model: an alternative scenario — •Hong-liu Yang and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.32 Hydrodynamic Lyapunov modes in binary 1D-Lennard-Jones fluids — •Christian Drobniewski and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.33 Dimensional collapse and fractal properties of simple maps with fluctuating delay times — •Jian Wang, Hong-liu Yang, and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.34 Dynamical characterization of Markov processes with varying order — •Michael Bauer and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.35 Hamiltonian dynamics in a one-dimensional, spatially quenched random potential — •Ines Hartwig
16:00 DY 17.36 Nonlinear Dynamics of Coupled Hysteretic Transducers of Preisach-Type — •Andreas Zienert and Günter Radons
16:00 DY 17.37 Investigation of atrial fibrillation generating mechanisms — •Claudia Hamann, Mario Einax, and Philipp Maass
16:00 DY 17.38 Synchronization of a hierarchical ensemble of globally coupled excitable oscillators — •Cornelia Petrovic and Rudolf Friedrich
16:00 DY 17.39 Weather Roulette---Game Theoretical Concepts For Evaluating Forecasts — •Jochen Bröcker, Mark Roulston, and Leonard Smith
16:00 DY 17.40 Understanding Oscillatory Zoning in binary solid solution — •Tanja Mues and Andreas Heuer
16:00 DY 17.41 External noises effects on the spatiotemporal characterization of ensemble prediction systems — •Jorge Revelli, Miguel Rodriguez, and Horacio Wio
16:00 DY 17.42 Migraine symptoms modeled as transient particle-like wavesMarkus A. Dahlem, •M. Hannelore Frank, Gerald Hiller, and Eckehard Schöll
16:00 DY 17.43 Three-dimensional wave propagation in thin layers of a photo-sensitive BZ-medium — •Peter A. Kolski, Hermann Brandtstädter, and Harald Engel
16:00 DY 17.44 Stabilized spiral waves between two excitability limits — •Jan Schlesner, Vladimir S. Zykov, and Harald Engel
16:00 DY 17.45 Travelling and breathing dissipative solitons in a three-component reaction-diffusion system — •Svetlana V. Gurevich, Shalva Amiranashvili, Hans-Georg Purwins, and Rudolf Friedrich
16:00 DY 17.46 Hopf-bifurcations in systems with conserved quantities — •Markus Hilt and Walter Zimmermann
16:00 DY 17.47 Implementation of a microscopic simulation model for urban traffic — •Daniel Weber and Michael Schreckenberg
16:00 DY 17.48 On multiplicative forcing effects in the Cahn-Hilliard model — •Christian Feller, Alexei Krekhov, and Walter Zimmermann
16:00 DY 17.49 Conversion of Stability in Systems close to a Hopf Bifurcation by Time-delayed CouplingChol-ung Choe, Valentin Flunkert, •Philipp Hövel, Hartmut Benner, and Eckehard Schöll
16:00 DY 17.50 Synfire chains in Integrate-and-fire networks with unreliable synapses — •Johannes Friedrich and Wolfgang Kinzel
16:00 DY 17.51 Stabilizing odd-number orbits close to a saddle-node bifurcation by time-delayed feedback control — •Valentin Flunkert, Bernold Fiedler, Philipp Hövel, Marc Georgi, and Eckehard Schöll
16:00 DY 17.52 Influence of noise on time-delayed feedback controlTine Brülle, •Klaus Höhne, Markus Appel, and Hartmut Benner
16:00 DY 17.53 Mechanisms of the reflection of water jets on superhydrophobic surfaces — •Michael Scharnberg, Sören Kaps, Vladimir Zaporojtchenko, Srdjan Milenkovic, Achim Walter Hassel, Franz Faupel, and Rainer Adelung
16:00 DY 17.54 Lagrangian statistics in forced two-dimensional turbulence — •Oliver Kamps and Rudolf Friedrich
16:00 DY 17.55 Anomalous transport in turbulent systems — •Holger Zimmermann, Rudolf Friedrich, and Frank Jenko
16:00 DY 17.56 Structure of the offshore wind profile of the boundary layer. — •Allan Morales and Joachim Peinke
16:00 DY 17.57 A Comparison of Turbulent and Random Fields — •Michael Wilczek, Holger Homann, Rainer Grauer, and Rudolf Friedrich
16:00 DY 17.58 Buoyancy-driven hydrodynamic instabilities of chemical reaction fronts — •Lenka Šebestíková and Marcus J. B. Hauser
16:00 DY 17.59 Semiclassical Local Densities in One-Dimensional Systems — •Jerome Roccia and Matthias Brack
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