Innsbruck Physics Colloquium
Summer 2024

Tuesdays, 16:30h, lecture hall C

Innsbruck Physics Colloquium

The Innsbruck Physics Research Center organizes the Innsbruck Physics Colloquium always on Tuesdays at 16:30h in lecture hall C during the semester.

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

Organizers: Katrin Erath-Dulitz, Hanns-Christoph Nägerl, Tim Schrabback


Dominic Bowman, Newcastle University (School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics)

Asteroseismology of massive stars: new insights of stellar interiors from their pulsations.


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

When light sheds light on condensed matter(Innsbruck Physics Lecture, 17.15h, HS A)


Maria Wächtler, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau, Germany

Dynamics of charge-carriers in semiconductor nanocrystals for light-driven catalysis.


Matthew Kenworthy, Leiden University, Searches for Extrasolar Planets (Astronomy)

When Worlds (probably) collide! The amazing story of ASASSN-21qj.

Erwin Frey, LMU München (Statistical and Biological Physics) CANCELLED!

Emergence and Self-Organisation in Biological Systems


Kenji Ohmori, Institute for Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan

Ultrafast quantum simulation and quantum computing with ultracold atom arrays at quantum speed limit.


Wolfgang Streicher, Innsbruck University (Department of Energy Efficient Building)

Tyrol 2050 fossil-free - Is that possible? (HS C, 17.15h)


Ilja Gerhardt, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Single Molecules for Quantum Optics.

Alexander Ebenbichler, Department of Astro- and Particle Physics (Innsbruck University)

Alignment of diffuse interstellar bands. (DK-ALM, Pre-Talk)


Robert Raußendorf, Leibniz Universität Hannover

A computationally universal phase of quantum matter


Jorryt Matthee, Institute of Science and Technology (IST - Austria)

Galaxies and supermassive black holes in the early universe: insights after 1 year of JWS.


Lutz Schweikhard, Universität Greifswald

Multi-Reflection Time-of-Flight Devices in Nuclear Physics and Cluster Reearch.

Shan Jin, Institute for Ion Physics and Applied Physics

Spectroscopy of Ionic Iron Compounds with Astrochemical Relevance. (DK-ALM Pre Talk)


Bernhard Baumann, Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Medical University of Vienna, Austria 

Biomedical Imaging with Optical Tomography


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