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Brijuni conference 2010

Understand the extremes and you understand your place in the universe

From basic needs for energy of individuals towards   the future of civilization.

Ozone is a natural constituent of Earth's atmosphere with more than 90 % of it occuring in the stratosphere .

Theoretical and computational studies of photoinduced ultrafast response, dynamics, reactivity and function of finite systems dynamics under extreme energetic and temporal conditions. 

Nuclear Fusion is considered as one of not so many options for future energy supply of the humanity.

Chuyanov: ITER Project

Brijuni conference 2010

Understand the extremes and you understand your place in the universe

Universalities have been for more than two thousand years a “liebling” theme for philosophers.

Glaciers are melting away worldwide, the arctic pack-ice diminishes, the north pole becomes ice-free, the ice-shield of Greenland shrinks, permafrost soils in Siberia are  thawing, forest fires rage, the sea level rises.

Mankind demands an ever increasing amount of energy. Most of the energy supply is based on burning carbon and hydrocarbons.

Curious and crucial has been the role that the element carbon has played in almost every aspect of the development of our understanding of not only the physical aspects of the Universe but also Life itself. As but one recent example, the discovery of C60 - the third well-defined allotrope of carbon - was the result of an attempt to explain the chemical synthesis of interstellar carbon molecules as well as curiosity about some unidentified astrophysical features that are still a puzzle after some 90 years. 

The molten salt thorium reactor (MSR) is one of the fission reactors under consideration for development in the so-called Generation IV  - to supply nuclear power in about 20 years time. This particular design is the only one which uses Thorium as a fuel, rather than Uranium, which has two major advantages. Firstly, that Thorium is four times more abundant than Uranium and has not yet been exploited to anything like the same extent. Secondly, that the Thorium cycle does not generate Plutonium and therefore avoids the attendant security problems.

British theoretical chemistry was started by John Lennard-Jones and had a huge influence on physics and chemistry not only in Britain but world wide. It was characterised by the use of quantum, classical and statistical methods where apprpriate, and maintained a close interaction with experiments.

Methane combustion is one of the largest chemical processes of mankind and at the same time methane is an important greenhouse gas. In the lecture we shall introduce some of the current aspects of the energetics of methane combustion and outline possibilities for future more advanced methane combustion technology avoiding extensive CO2 emissions.

Quack: Methane: Spectroscopy, Quantum Dynamics, Trace Gas and Sustainable Hydrogen Energy Source

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According to Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) to the US Congress report in 2007, the energy used by servers and data centres in the States is estimated to be about 61 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) in 2006 (1.5% of total U.S. electricity consumption) for a total electricity cost of about $4.5 billion.

Quantum computers partly avoid this dissipation, but they have problems with coherent time

Pavičić: Computing for free