List of INVITED TALKS at UPoN'96
 

1/f NOISE IN SOLIDS:

 Michael B. Weissman (Univ. of Illinois, USA):
Some Unsolved Problems in 1/f Conductance Noise (60 minutes)

 F.N. Hooge (Univ. of Eindhoven):
Defects and the Delta-n - Delta-mu Controversy (30 minutes)

 B.K. Jones (Lancaster Univ., UK):
Electrical Noise in Semiconductors - Mobility Fluctuations ?
(60 minutes)

 N. Fuchikami and S. Ishioka (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Japan):
Simulation of Phonon-Number Fluctuations and 1/f Noise
(30 minutes)

 Ilan Bloom (Technion, Israel):
Dynamics of Spatial - Temporal 1/f Noise Mechanism
in Charge Density Waves (30 minutes)
 

NOISE IN NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS:

 Charles R. Doering (Los Alamos Nat. Lab):
The Fokker-Planck Boundary Layer, Recurrence Times,
and Wang & Uhlenbeck's Unsolved Problems (60 minutes)

 Peter Hanggi (Univ. of Augsburg):
Generalized Langevin Equations: A Useful Tool for the
Perplexed Modeller of Nonequilibrium Fluctuations ? !
(45 minutes)

 Peter Jung (Univ. of Illinois):
Characterisation of Stochastic Space-time Patterns and Self
Organization in Noisy Excitable Media (30 minutes)

 Richard A. Katz (Naval UWC, New London, USA):
Turbulence Research in the Twentieth Century With an
Outlook to the Future (60 minutes)

 Dmitro M. Vavriv (Inst. Radio Astron., Kharkov, Ukraine):
Unsolved Problems of the Correlation Dimension
Calculation (30 minutes)

 
THERMAL NOISE:

 Derek Abbott, B.R. Davis, N.J. Phillips and K. Eshraghian
(Univ. of Adelaide, Australia):
Quantum Vacuum Fluctuations, Zero Point Energy and the Question
of Observable Noise (30 minutes)

 
NOISE IN BIOLOGY:

 Frank Moss (Univ. of Missouri at St. Louis, USA):
Is There a Neural Code? (30 minutes)

 Sergey M. Bezrukov (NIH, Maryland, USA) and Igor Vodyanoy:
The Status of 1/f Noise Research in Biological Systems:
Empirical Picture and Theories (60 minutes)

 
1/f NOISE IN ENTERTAINTMENTS:

 Toshimitsu Musha (Brain Function Lab, Tokyo, Japan):
1/f Fluctuations and Beauty (60 minutes)

 
LEVEL-CROSSING DYNAMICS OF NOISE:

 Tsutomu MUNAKATA (Tamagawa Univ., Tokyo, Japan):
Some Unsolved Problems on the Level Crossing of
Random Processes (30 minutes)

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