Next Talks

  • 23.10.2018 13:00 PI1 Institutsseminar, room 3.531
    Mariano de Souza (São Paulo State University)
    Ferroelectricity in molecular conductors of the (TMTTF)2X family: New insights

  • 23.10.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    Darrell Schlom, Cornell University
    Tuning the band structure of Ruthenates with strain and dimensionality

  • 26.10.2018 16:00, Sonderkolloquium, Verabschiedung von Prof. Werner
    V 55.02 (Kekulé-Hörsaal)

    Prof. J. Gauss, Universität Mainz
    Toward the (exact) solution of the electron-correlation problem
    Prof. W. Klopper, KIT
    Alternative approaches to the electron correlation problem

  • 30.10.2018 13:00 PI1 Institutsseminar, room 3.531
    Fabian Pfister (PI1)
    Electronic properties of organic semiconductors

  • 30.10.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Jeroen van den Brink, IFW Dresden
    Topological spin liquids in honeycomb iridates and RuCl3?

  • 6.11.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    Christian Pfleiderer, TU München
    Topological magnetic order far from equilibrium
     

  • 13.11.2018 13:00 PI1 Institutsseminar, room 3.531
    Markus Thiemann (PI1)
    Microwave spectroscopy on superconducting SrTiO3

  • 13.11.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Eric Lutz, Antrittsvorlesung
    Irreversibility and the quantum arrow of time

  • 20.11.2018 13:00 PI1 Institutsseminar, room 3.531
    Mojtaba Javaheri (PI1)
    High Frequency Spin Dynamics Investigation of
    Quantum Critical Matters by Metallic Coplanar Resonators

  • 20.11.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    Vahid Sandoghdar, MPI Erlangen
    Organic molecules coming of age in quantum optics

  • 27.11.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Stefan Rotter, TU Wien
    The physics of exceptional points

  • 4.12.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    Claudine Noguera, INSP Paris 
    From binary to ternary oxide compounds at the 2D limit

  • 11.12.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Sean Hartnoll, Stanford University
    Quantum mechanical bounds on transport from first principles 

  • 18.12.2018, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    Lieven Vandersypen, TU Delft 
    Quantum computation and simulation with quantum dots - "Spins inside"

  • 2019

  • 08.01.2019, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Tanja Mehrstäuber, PRB Braunschweig
    tba

  • 15.01.2019, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    George Sawatzky, UBC Vancouver 
    tba

  • 22.01.2019, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Paolo Villoresi, University of Padua
    Quantum communications in space for fundamental tests and applications

  • 29.01.2019, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, MPI  2D5
    Gerrit van der Laan, Diamond Light Source, Harwell
    Recent studies of X-ray circular dichroism

  • 05.02.2019, Physikalisches Kolloquium
    16:15, V 57.01
    Jürg Fröhlich, ETH Zürich
    Demystifying quantum mechanics - the "ETH approach"

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M.Sc. cand. Di Liu, project: Optical studies of topological materials.

 

 

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