Innsbruck Physics Colloquium
Winter 2022 /23

Tuesdays 17:15, lecture hall C

Innsbruck Physics Colloquium


The Innsbruck Physics Research Center organizes the Innsbruck Physics Colloquium always on Tuesdays at 17:15 in lecture hall C during the semester.

If not stated otherwise the lectures will take place in presence.

Occasionally the colloquium will be preceded by a Doctoralprogramme Atoms, Light, and Molecules Pre-Talk at 16.30.

 


Organizers: Martin Beyer, Katrin Erath-Dulitz, Hanns-Christoph Nägerl, Anita Reimer, Tim Schrabback


11.10.
Laerte L. Patera, Innsbruck University (Institute of Physical Chemistry)

Imaging the effect of electron transfer at the atomic scale: from single molecules to photoactive frameworks.

25.10.

Tracy Northup, Innsbruck University (Institute of Experimental Physics)

Quantum interfaces: encoding information in atoms, light, and motion. (Antrittsvorlesung - HS B)

Alexander Kendl, Innsbruck University (Institute of Ion Physics and Applied Physics)

Nonlinear dynamics: predicting "weather", "climate" and tipping points in fusion plasma. (Antrittsvorlesung - HS B)

15.11.

Jacqueline Bloch, Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (C2N, Paris)

When light sheds light on condensed matter. (Innsbruch Physics Lecture, HS A) CANCELLED

 29.11.

Anita Reimer, Innsbruck University (Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics)

The non-thermal Universe: Decoding messages from extragalactic jets.

13.12.

Frank Stienkemeier, University of Freiburg (Institute of Physics)

Time-resolved coherent spectroscopy of dilute samples.

Yusuf Karli, Innsbruck University (Institute of Experimental Physics)

Red-detuned Excitation of a Quantum Emitter. (Pre-Talk, HS C)

10.01.

Albert Schliesser, University of Copenhagen (Niels Bohr Institute)

Phononic quantum sensors and transducers.

Lukas Deeg, Innsbruck University (Institute of Experimental Physics)

Nonlinear Magnetomechanics. (Pre-Talk, DK ALM -  Institute of Ion Physics and Applied Physics)

24.01.

Nicolas Roch, Institut Néel CNRS, Grenoble

Evidence of dual Shapiro steps in a Josephson junctions array.

31.01.

Markkuu Kulmala, University of Helsinki (Institute for Atmospheric and Erath System Research)

Atmospheric new article formation: from molecular clustering to global climate and air quality.

 

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