Programm Sommersemester 2014

 
Datum Sprecher Institution Titel Ankündigung Ansprechpartner
07.04.14 Dr. Michael Dittmar ETH Zürich Our Energy Problem: The next decades (boundary conditions, through the eyes of a physicist)
28.04.14 Professor Dr. Eberhard Widmann Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics, Austrian Academy of Sciences Exotic atoms - tools to study fundamental interactions and symmetries
12.05.14 Honorarprofessor Christoph H. Keitel Max Planck Institut für Nuklear Physik, Heidelberg Extremely high-intensity laser interactions with fundamental quantum systems
19.05.14 Professor Dr. Karlheinz Meier Universität Heidelberg From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits
26.05.14 Professor Achim Rosch Universität Köln Magnetic whirls in chiral magnets: skyrmions and emergent magnetic monopoles
16.06.14 Dr. John Morton

University College London

Electron and nuclear spin qubits using donors in silicon

30.06.14 Professor Dr. Reinhard Werner

Leibniz Universität Hannover

Uncertainly relations

 

Montag, 07.04.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Dr. Michael Dittmar (ETZ Zürich) :
Our Energy Problem: The next decades (boundary conditions, through the eyes of a physicist)
 

 

Montag, 28.04.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Eberhard Widmann (Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics, Austrian Academy of Sciences) :
Exotic atoms - tools to study fundamental interactions and symmetries
 

 

Montag, 12.05.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Christoph H. Keitel (Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics, Austrian Academy of Sciences)
Extremely high-intensity laser interactions with fundamental quantum systems

 

Montag, 19.05.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Meier (Universität Heidelberg) :
From Ions to Electrons - Physical Models of Brain Circuits

 

Montag, 26.05.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Achim Rosch (Universität Köln) :
Magnetic whirls in chiral magnets: skyrmions and emergent magnetic monopoles
 

 

Montag, 16.06.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Dr. John Morton
Electron and nuclear spin qbits using donors in silicon

 

Montag, 30.06.2014, 16.30 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Werner
Uncertainly relations