主题：Synthesis of super-heavy elements: what can we predict ?

应数学科学学院邀请，Georgia Institute of Technology Jean V.

Bellissard教授于近日来我校进行学术交流，将于2011年6月20日在数学科学学院作学术报告。

主讲人：Prof. David Boilley

报告题目：Coherent and Dissipative Transportin Aperiodic Solids

时间：2018年6月6日（周三）上午11:00

报告地点：行健楼学术活动室I

地点：京师科技大厦B座1314室

报告时间：2011年6月20日下午14：30

主讲人简介：

报告者简介：I was born in Lyon, France, on March 1st 1946. I graduated

from the Université Claude Bernard in 1968, while I was working as a

teaching assistant at the E.C.A.M.. In 1969 I was awarded the Agrégation

in Physics. I taught for one year atLycée La Martinière at Lyon, a

preparatory class for engineering schools while in the Graduate School

of Theoretical Physics in Marseille.

Prof. David Boilley

In October 1970, I became Assistant Professor at the Université de

Provence, Marseille, where I stayed for twenty years, becoming

eventually Full Professor in 1991. Throughout this period, I was a

member of the Center of Theoretical Physics of Marseille. I defended my

Ph. D. thesis in June 1974. The subject was Quantum Field Theory in

External Fields. My thesis advisor was Raymond Stora, the physicist

whose name is the “S” of the *BRST transformation* which occurs in

nonabelian gauge field theories.I was trained at the University of

Lausanne (The Physics Department is now transferred at the EPFL),

Switzerland, as a postdoc in 1974-75 with adviser Jean-Jacques Loeffel.

After returning to Marseille, I spent four months at the Z.I.F.

Bielefeld, Germany, in 1976. I also visited the I.H.É.S., Bures

s/Yvette, France, between October 1979 and January 1980. There, I have

had a unique opportunity to work with Alain Connes. He was creating what

became eventually the Noncommutative Geometry at the time he was awarded

the Fields Medal in 1982 for his seminal work on the classification of

factors. It was during this very exciting period that I started my

present program of research on the *Noncommutative Geometry of Aperiodic
Solids*.

Normandie University, Caen, France

威尼斯官方网站，I became Associate Professor in 1980. During the eighties, I visited the

U.S. numerous times: I stayed for a year at Princeton as an Associate

Professor in Physics and in Mathematics in 1983-84, and atCaltech for

six months as a Visiting researcher in 1986. During this period, I was

the Graduate Coordinator of the Graduate School in Theoretical Physics,

common to the Universities of Aix-Marseille I & II, of Toulon and Nice

from 1984 till 1990. Then, I spent the year 1990-91 in Berlin at the

Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, just after the Berlin wall had collapsed:

it gave me a chance to teach a semester special course at the Humboldt

University where Planck, Einstein and Weïerstrass had taught in the

past. I became an Associate Editor of the Review of Mathematical

Physics, during this period.

Grand Accelerateur National d’Ions Lourds (GANIL), France

From 1991 till 2002, I was at the Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse,

where I created the Group of Theoretical Physics. I was chairman of the

Department of Physics from 1992 till 1996. From 1993 till 1999, I was

the Chief Editor of the Annales de l’Institut Henri Poincaré

(Theoretical Physics). On January 1st 2000, this journal merged with

Helvetica Physica Acta to become the Annales Henri Poincaré, with

Vincent Rivasseau as chief-editor. Since 1995, I have been a Senior

member of the Institut Universitaire de France. I resigned from being

the head of the Toulouse Group of Theoretical Physics in 2000 that

permitted me to visit MSRI, Berkeley, in 2000-2001. I spent the year

2001-02 in Paris at the École Polytechnique and the I.H.É.S. while

joining the Laboratoire Émile Picard, Department of Mathematics,

Toulouse.

1987 – 1991 Studies at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon

I moved to Atlanta GA on August 16, 2002, where I have been Full

Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, with a position in the

School of Mathematics and in the School of Physics . I am officially

retired from my position of Full Professor in France since 2007. I also

became Associate Editor of the Mathematical Physics Electronic Journal

(see also here) created by Giovanni Gallavotti in 1995. In 2006 I became

Associate Editor of the Journal of Noncommutative Geometry newly created

by Alain Connes.

1991 – 1993 PhD in theoretical nuclear physics University of Caen

and GANIL

Abstract: The talk will begin with a review of transport properties of

few classes > of aperiodic solids, with an emphasis on quasicrystals.

Then, the notion of coherent transport will be described and the known

rigorous mathematical results will be presented. In the third part, the

relaxation time approximation will be described as a first step towards

describing dissipative transport. One of the main results will be the

anomalous Drude formula. Applications to quasicrystals will be discussed

at the end. In the conclusion, some hint will be given about transport

beyond the relaxation time approximation.

1993 – 1994 Post-doc at the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical

Physics, Kyoto University, JSPS fellow under the direction of Yasuhisa

Abe

南京师范大学数学科学学院

1994 ~ Associate prof. at University of Caen and researcher at

GANIL, Caen