Vergangene Semester

 

Physikalisches Kolloquium der vergangenen Semester

Datum Sprecher Title
28.01.2019 Prof. Claus Ropers (University of Göttingen) Ultrafast Electron Imaging and Diffraction
14.01.2019 Prof. Ralph Engel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays
10.12.2018 Prof. Martino Poggio (University of Basel) New Scanning Probes for Nanomagnetic Imaging
03.12.2018 Prof. Roger Blandford (Stanford University) On the Formation, Propagation and Emission of Relativistic Jets in Active Galactic Nuclei
12.11.2018 Prof. Zoltan Fodor (University of Wuppertal) Axions as Dark Matter?
29.10.2018 Lukasz Plucinski (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Band Structure Engineering in 3D Topological Insulators
15.10.2018 Markus Ternes (RWTH Aachen University) Using scanning probe methods to engineer spin structures and to detect correlations and entanglement with atomic precision
09.07.2018 Dr. Daniela Dorner (University of Würzburg) Monitoring the Non-Thermal Universe
25.06.2018 Prof. Chrisitian Enss (University of Heidelberg) Metallic Magnetic-Calorimeters a Novel Key Technology for Neutrino Physics and Beyond
11.06.2018 Prof. Sebastian Huber (ETH Zurich) Topological Mechanics
28.05.2018 Prof. Dr. Freya Blekman (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) The Top portal to discovery at the Large Hadron Collider
07.05.2018 Prof. Antonio Riotto (University of Geneva) Inflation after the Higgs
16.04.2018 Dr. Christian Fidler (RWTH Aachen University) Simulations of the Universe in General Relativity
29.01.2018 Prof. Dr. Eva Weig (Universität Konstanz) Exploring classical coherence with nanomechanical systems
22.01.2018 Dr. Martin Salinga (RWTH Aachen Unviersity) How resistively switching materials open up new ways to process information
15.01.2018 Prof. Dr. Tilman Esslinger (ETH Zurich) Building quantum systems from scratch: supersolids and more
18.12.2017 Prof. Dr. Reinhart Poprawe (RWTH Aachen University) Physics in Tailored Light – The future of Laser Technology
04.12.2017 Prof. Dr. Alexander Grossmann (HTWK Leipzig) New Perspectives in Scientific Publishing
20.11.2017 Prof. em. Dr. Herwig Schopper (Universität Hamburg) SESAME - a synchrotron radiation laboratory in Jordan and "science for peace"
06.11.2017 Dr. Oana Cojocaru-Miredin (RWTH Aachen University) Designing novel solar devices via understanding the link between structure, chemistry, and performance at the nanoscale
16.10.2017 Dr. Felix Kahlhoefer (RWTH Aachen University) Fantastic WIMPs and Where to Find Them
24.07.2017 Dr. Mikhail Pletyukhov (RWTH Aachen University) Many-body physics with light
26.06.2017 Dr. Daniela Huppenkothen (New York University) Wrong but Useful: Cutting-Edge Statistical and Machine Learning Applications for the Next Generation of High-Energy Astrophysics
12.06.2017 Prof. Dr. Mikhail Katsnelson (Radboud University of Nijmegen) Electronic structure and properties of a few-layer black phosphorus
22.05.2017 Prof. Dr. Joachim Burgdörfer (TU Wien) Attosecond physics: Opportunities and challenges
08.05.2017 Prof. Dr. Sandor Varro (Wigner Research Center for Physics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Hundred twelve years of the photon: from Einstein's light quanta to extreme light
24.04.2017 Dr. Gerda Horneck (DLR, Institute of Aerospace Medicine) Astrobiology, the Quest for the Conditions of Life in the Universe
30.01.2017 Prof. Joachim Ullrich (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Braunschweig) Physical units based on fundamental constants - changing with time?
16.01.2017 Prof. Andrei Lavrinenko (Technical University of Denmark) Surface waves in photonics applications
19.12.2016 Dr. Alexander Schmidt (Universität Hamburg) Quest for new physics at the LHC
05.12.2016 Dr. Christophe Grojean (DESY Hamburg) Quo Vadis Higgs?
21.11.2016 Prof. Katia Parodi (LMU Munich) State-of-the-art and physics research opportunities in ion beam therapy
07.11.2016 Prof. Yoichi Ando (University of Cologne) Topological Insulators and Superconductors
17.10.2016 Dr. Christian Autermann (RWTH Aachen) Search for Supersymmetry
04.07.2016 Prof. Michael Czakon (RWTH Aachen) The top-quark and the fuss around its mass
20.06.2016 Prof. Alexander Khajetoorians (Radboud University Nijmegen) Magnetic LEGOs: magnetic design at the single atom level
06.06.2016 Prof. Grace Lu (University of Southern California) Physics of Semiconducting Nanowires
23.05.2016 Prof. Livia Ludhova (RWTH Aachen) Neutrino Physics with Liquid Scintillator-Based Detectors
09.05.2016 Prof. Michele Heurs (MPI Hannover) The Gravitational Universe
18.04.2016 Prof. Ariel Goobar (University of Stockholm) Supernovae and the Acceleration of the Universe
08.04.2016 Prof. Leo DiCarlo (Delft University of Technology) Protecting quantum data in superconducting circuits
25.01.2016 Prof. Jan Conrad (Stockholm University) Searches for particle dark matter – in the sky and in the laboratory
11.01.2016 Prof. Thomas Bretz (RWTH Aachen University) Cherenkov astronomy through the ages - Silicon makes the difference
14.12.2015 Prof. Klaus Schulten (University of Illinois) Towards an Atomic Level Description of a Living Cell - The Photosynthetic Chromatophore of Purple Bacteria, a Milestone
30.11.2015 Prof. Herbi Dreiner (Universität Bonn) The Bonn Physics Show
16.11.2015 Prof. Christian Pfleiderer (TU Munich) Condensed Matter Particle Physics in Chiral Magnets
13.08.2015 Yifang Wang (IHEP Beijing) Neutrino Physics @ China
29.06.2015 Kerstin Borras (RWTH Aachen) The CMS Experiment - Status and Perspectives
15.06.2015 Prof. Dr. Werner Hofmann (MPI Heidelberg) The Galaxy in a new light: Gamma-ray astronomy with Cherenkov telescopes
01.06.2015 Prof. Andrea Morello (University of New South Wales, Australia) Quantum information processing with single atoms in silicon
11.05.2015 Prof. Dr. Albrecht Böhm (RWTH Aachen) LEP, the large electron-positron storage ring at CERN: 30 years of technology and science !
27.04.2015 A/Prof. Andrey A. Sukhorukov (Australian National University) On-chip quantum photonics with coupled nonlinear waveguides
13.04.2015 Thomas F. Kelly, PhD (CAMECA Instruments, Inc.) Atomic-Scale Tomography: An Achievable Vision
12.01.2015 Prof. Dr. Franz von Feilitzsch (TU Munich) Results of the Borexino experiment and perspectives of low energy neutrino astronomy
08.12.2014 Prof. Atac Imamoglu (ETH Zurich) Cavity quantum electrodynamics with two-dimensional electron systems
24.11.2014 Prof. Susana Huelga (Ulm University) Vibrations, Quanta and Biology
10.11.2014 Dr. Lieven Vandersypen (Delft University of Technology) A silicon quantum computer
27.10.2014 Prof. Gene Mele (University of Pennsylvania USA, Loughborough University UK) The Winding Road to Topological Insulators
13.10.2014 Klaus Scherer (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) The Heliosphere An astrophysical laboratory for plasma physics and particle acceleration
30.06.2014 Prof. Dr. Reinhard Werner Uncertainly relations
16.06.2014 Dr. John Morton Electron and nuclear spin qbits using donors in silicon
26.05.2014 Prof. Dr. Achim Rosch (University of Cologne) Magnetic whirls in chiral magnets: skyrmions and emergent magnetic monopoles
19.05.2014 Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Meier (Universität Heidelberg) From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits
12.05.2014 Prof. Dr. Christoph H. Keitel Extremely high-intensity laser interactions with fundamental quantum systems
28.04.2014 Prof. Dr. Eberhard Widmann (Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics, Austrian Academy of Sciences) Exotic atoms - tools to study fundamental interactions and symmetries
07.04.2014 Dr. Michael Dittmar (ETZ Zürich) Our Energy Problem: The next decades (boundary conditions, through the eyes of a physicist)