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  • Promo Material
    the role of SCL as an EU center of excellence in the field of computer modeling of complex systems and the application of Grid technologies Video by Romana Vujasinovic Accessing Complexity Prof Aleksandar Bogojevic focuses on the science of complexity as the joint component tying in all the research done at SCL Video by Romana Vujasinovic Grid site upgrade Short video of the December 2007 upgrade of the AEGIS01 PHY

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    3162190 Contact Form Name Your name Name Email Email for contact Email Subject Enter the subject of your message here Subject Message Enter your message here Message Spam check 16 minus 10 equals Send Email News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric 28 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Milos Radonjic 25 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Milan Radonjic 18 December 2015

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  • Links
    AEGIS Academic and Educational Grid Initiative of Serbia Blue Danube National Supercomputing Initiative Beograd je sistem SCL s science popularization project News 12 February 2016 SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric 28 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Milos Radonjic 25 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Milan Radonjic 18 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Nenad Vukmirovic 11 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Marija Mitrović Dankulov

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  • Search SCL
    Jelena Smiljanic 12 January 2016 In memoriam Nikola Buric 28 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Milos Radonjic 25 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Milan Radonjic 18 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Nenad Vukmirovic 11 December 2015 SCL Seminar by Marija

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  • News
    Oct 2015 N Vukmirovic at ICANS26 18 Sep 2015 SCL at SFKM 2015 11 Sep 2015 SCL at Photonica 2015 28 Aug 2015 SCL Seminar by Tomi Kauppinen 21 Aug 2015 SCL Seminar by Igor Kulić 11 Aug 2015 Jaksa Vucicevic Defends his PhD Thesis 10 Jul 2015 SCL Seminar by Marko Grujić 09 Jul 2015 IPB Colloquium by Milorad Milosevic 03 Jul 2015 V Jankovic at EDISON19 03 Jul

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  • SCL Seminar by Jelena Smiljanic
    of science The data we gathered contain detailed information about abstracts presented at the conferences for the period of 30 years which enables us to analyse the total and successive number of participations as well as the distribution of time lags between two successive participations for each author All these properties exhibit truncated power law behavior regardless of the conference size and degree of specialization This indicates that the probability for a scientist to re attend the specific conference is not constant but rather it depends on the balance between the number of previous participations and non participations In order to further investigate the mechanism behind conference attendance patterns we propose a microscopic stochastic model based on two key ingredients 2 bin generalized Polya process and random termination time of a career Using Monte Carlo simulations we estimate the model parameters and demonstrate that this model with positive feedback can successively reproduce the empirically observed results We will show that an active participation in a conference series at the beggining strengthens the scientists association with that particular conference community and thus increases the probability of future participations We expect to see similar participation patterns and dynamics in other types of

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  • In memoriam: Nikola Buric
    position for two years at School of Mathematics Queen Mary and Westfield College University of London Between 1983 and 1993 he was employed by Institute of Physics Belgrade including his research stay in UK from 1987 to 1993 Between 1993 and 2006 Nikola was working at Faculty of Pharmacy University of Belgrade first as an assistant professor later as an associate professor and finally as a full professor of physics Since 2006 Nikola returned to our institute as a full research professor joining first our Photonics Center and as of 2011 our Center for Complex Systems Scientific Computing Laboratory SCL Main area of his research was development and application of theory of dynamical systems in physics Nikola achieved his most important results within the following research topics Effective description of the fractal structure of Hamilton system dynamics where he developed theory of modular smoothing Modeling and analysis of dynamics of neural systems Hamiltonian formulation of quantum mechanics in particular of hybrid quantum classical systems Prof Burić had numerous important diverse and inventive research results He contributed to the establishment and development of several new areas of physics research in Serbia and to initiating interdisciplinary applications of physics collaborating with researchers of very heterogeneous backgrounds He also contributed to PhD studies at Faculty of Physics University of Belgrade through courses from quantum classical and mathematical physics Nikola s untimely departure therefore represents a big loss not only for his family and friends but also for Serbian physics We will remember Nikola as a true friend we could count on to always speak his mind We will remember him as a colleague whose opinion we always appreciated and often sought sometimes informally and sometimes quite formally for instance when we selected him to represent us in the Executive Board of the Institute

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  • SCL Seminar by Milos Radonjic
    are studied Results are obtained by combining DFT and equilibrium DMFT solver on one side and DFT and non equilibrium steady state impurity solver based on second order perturbation in Hubbard interaction U on the other side Results of these two methods are compared for the transmission It is shown that local but dynamical electronic correlations reduce the total transmission at the Fermi level and also increase the spin polarization

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