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Physics Colloquium and DK-ALM

The Innsbruck Physics Colloquium is a forum for a broad range of topics from all physics disciplines with a focus on modern and innovative research. Students, young researchers, and professors all listen to the talks given by esteemed guest researchers. The Doctoral Programme DK-ALM joins this tradition and contributes with Pre-Talks of DK-students.

The Pre-Talks of DK-ALM students are scheduled for the following days of the Innsbruck Physics Colloquium:

There will be 3 DK AM Phyiscs lectures during the next winter semester.

 
 
 
 
Previous talks:
 
April 27th 2021
16:30 pre-talk by Franziska Dahlmann
Hyperfine effects in the vibrational spectroscopy of Cl-H2 and Cl-D2 complexes
17:15 Colloquium talk by Lai-Shang Wang, Brown University, US, Dep. of Chemistry
Resonant Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Cryogenically-Cooled Anions via Dipole-Bound Excited States
Location: CoV precautions -> video-conference: https://webconference.uibk.ac.at/b/eri-mlf-pmj-1fm

 
March 23rd 2021
16:30 pre-talk by Jakob Heller
Hydrated Metal IonsUnravelling the H2 Formation Mechanism
17:15 Colloquium talk by Jun Ye, University of Colorado Boulder, AMO Physics & Presicion Measurements
A degenerate Fermi gas of polar molecules with tunable interactions
Location: CoV precautions -> video-conference: https://webconference.uibk.ac.at/b/eri-mlf-pmj-1fm
 
 
December 15th 2020
16:30 pre-talk by Colella Elvia,
Dynamical gauge fields for ultracold atoms in opitcal resonators
17:15 Colloquium talk by Eric Herbst, University of Virginia, Departments of Chemistry, Astronomy and Physics
What molecules tell us about the formation of stars and planets
Location: CoV precautions -> video-conference: https://webconference.uibk.ac.at/b/eri-mlf-pmj-1fm
 
 
October 14th 2020
16:30 pre-talk by Christian Schneider
Superconducting Quantum Magnetomechanics
17:15 Colloquium talk by Wolfgang Tittel, Delft University of Technology
How to catch a photon
Location: lecture hall A, Technikerstraße 25, 6020 Innsbruck
 
March 17th 2020 - cancelled because of CoV
16:30 pre-talk by Christian Schneider
Superconducting Quantum Magnetomechanics
17:15 Colloquium talk by Wolfgang Tittel, Delft University of Technology
How to catch a photon
 
 January 14th 2020
16:30 pre-talk by Matthias Kondrak
Quantitative Spectroscopy of Red Supergiants
17:15 Colloquium talk by David E. Manolopoulos
Master equations for spin dynamics
 
December 10th 2019 - cancelled
16:30 pre-talk by Christian Schneider
Superconducting Quantum Magnetomechanics
17:15 Colloquium talk by Wolfgang Tittel, Delft University of Technology
How to catch a photon
 
June 4th 2019
16:30 Pre-talk by Maximillian Sohmen
Dipolar Quantum Gases of Erbium and Dysprosium
17:15 Colloquium talk by Bernd von Issendorff, Universität Freiburg:
Small is beautiful: structure and dynamics of atomic and molecular clusters
 
March 19th 2019
16:30 Pre-talk by Govind Unnikrishnan
Towards quantum gas microscopy of tunable quantum matter 
17:15 Colloquium talk by Vahid Sandoghdar, MPI Erlangen
Organic Molecules Coming of Age in Quantum Optics
 
January 15th 2019
16:30 Pre-talk by Michael Rader
Finite Correlation Length Scaling in Lorentz-Invariant Gapless iPEPS Wave Functions
17:15 Colloquium talk by Manfred Kappes, KIT
Structure and spectroscopy of metal containing cluster ions
 
December 11th 2018
16:30 Pre-talk by Arthur Jungkind
Cavity cooling and trapping with blue detuned light 
17:15 Colloquium talk by Simon Trebst, Universität Köln
Quantum Machine Learning
 
November 27th 2018
16:30 Pre-talk by Lorenz Ballauf
Molecules formed in ion-surface collisions 
17:15 Colloquium talk by Jochen Küpper, DESY
Simple games with molecules for advanced imaging
 
June 5th 2018
16:30 Pre-talk by Lorenz Kranabetter
Photo fragmentation of charged cluster complexes 
17:15 Colloquium talk by Fernando Brandao, Caltech
New Directions in Quantum Algorithms: Thermalization meets Convex Optimization
 
May 8th 2018
16:30 Pre-talk by David Plankensteiner
Cavity antiresonance spectroscopy of dipole coupled subradiant arrays
17:15 Colloquium talk by Andreas Hemmerich, University Hamburg
At the interface between quantum optics and quantum many-body physics
 
April 17th 2018
16:30 Pre-talk Maximilian Prilmüller
Quantum Dots as sources of nonclassical light 
17:15 Colloquium talk by Rudolf Bratschitsch, WWU Münster
Single-photon emitters in atomically thin materials
 
January 16th 2018
16:30 Pre-talk given by Ulrich Czopak
The unconventional Polariton Blockade
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Lorenz Cederbaum, Univ. Heidelberg:
On systems with and without excess energy in environment  ICD and other interatomic mechanisms
 
November 7th 2017
16:30 Pre-talk given by Martin Hebenstreit
The entanglement Hierarchy of 2 x m x n systems
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Jean-Sebastien Caux, Univ. Amsterdam
Dynamics in one dimension: a treasure trove of theoretical and experimental many-body quantum physics
 
October 24th 2017
16:30 Pre-talk given by Gianmaria Durastante
Quantum mixture of highly magnetic atoms
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Carlo CallegariElettra Sincrotrone Trieste
Atoms, Light, and Molecules at FERMI, the Italian Free Electron Laser
 
June 13th 2017
16:30 Pre-talk given by Hendrik Poulsen Nautrup
Topological code switching in two dimensions
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof.a Paola Caselli, MPI Garching
The first steps toward chemical complexity during star and planet formation
 
May 30th 2017
16:30 Pre-talk given by Davide Orsucci
Flexible resources for quantum metrology
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof.a Stephanie Wehner, TU Delft
Quantum internet - the certifiable road ahead 
 
May 16th 2017
16:30 Pre-talk given by Malcolm Simpson
Photodetachment spectroscopy of molecular anions in a 22-pole ion trap
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Gabriel Ferrari, Univ. Trento
Spontaneous creation, dynamics and interaction of vortices in Bose-Einstein condensates
 
December 6th 2016
16:30 Pre-talk given by David Sauerwein
Transforming multipartite entangled quantum states
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Piet Schmidt
 
 
November 8th 2016
16:30 Pre-talk given by Nina Bersenkowitsch
Photodissociation of doped sodium chloride clusters
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Paola Caselli, MPI Garching
The first steps toward chemical complexity during star and planet formation
  
January 10th 2016
16:30 Pre-talk given by Isabella Fritsche
Ultrafast many-body interferometry of impurities coupled to a Fermi sea
17:15 Colloquium talk by Prof. Stefan Willitsch, Universität Basel
Cold Molecular Ions in Traps: From Precision Spectroscopy to Controlled Collisions  
 
 
  



 
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