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"Gaia: la galāxia en 3D" and "Simulacions de mecānica quāntica"

at Salķ de l'ensenyament 2019

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The workshops "Gaia: la galāxia en 3D" and "Simulacions de mecānica quāntica" will represent the Institute of Cosmos Sciences and the Department of Quantum Physics and Astrophysics of the University of Barcelona in this year's edition of the Salķ de l'ensenyament celebrated from March 20 to 24 in the Fira de Montjuīc. These two workshops will be held at the stand that La UB Divulga has in the Espai Cičncia of the Salķ.

Espai Cičncia is an initiative of the Fundaciķ Catalana per a la Recerca i la Innovaciķ (FCRi) with the collaboration of Fira Barcelona. It started in 2009, in the Salķ de l'ensenyament of Fira Barcelona, with the aim of motivating young people for scientific studies and publicizing the research and innovation that takes place in universities and centers of research in Catalonia. Since the first edition, more than 180,000 young people have passed through this space. The 2019 edition is the sixth consecutive year in which the University of Barcelona participates in the Science Space.

Workshop "Gaia: la galāxia en 3D"

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Date: Thursday 21st March, from 9 to 14

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This workshop will show various materials and activities related to mapping the sky and measuring stellar distances, and in particular those used in Gaia, a mission of the European Space Agency that has a relevant UB participation.

Instructors: E. Molina, S. Olarte

Workshop "Simulacions de mecānica quāntica"

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Date: Wednesday 20th March, from 9 to 14

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Quantum technologies will be of great importance in the near future incomputing and cryptography techniques and information handling. This makes it interesting for the general population to acquire a minimum familiarity with its most fascinating aspects. All the material in this workshop has been made in open code by university students of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Barcelona.

The workshop consists of computer simulations of several experiments in which the quantum properties of matter are revealed. For example, the simulation of the movement of a set of ultra-cold atoms trapped in a potential well (analogous with the movement of a pendulum), the simulation of the movement of a soliton of anatomic gas at 0 K, and the simulation of a quantum Newton pendulum.

Instructors: Professors: A. Polls, M. Guilleumas; Estudiants: I. Moreno, M. Arazo y L. Morera

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