Innsbruck Physics Colloquium Summer 2014

Innsbruck Physics ColloquiumTuesdays 17:15
lecture hall C

Stephan Denifl, Ralf Kissmann, Hanns-Christoph Nägerl

11.03. Christian Rüegg, PSI Villigen
Quantum Phase Transitions in Model Magnets
18.03. Martin Beyer, Universität Innsbruck (Antrittsvorlesung)
Making molecules do things they usually do not want to do
25.03. Georges Meynet, Universität Genf
Massive star evolution along cosmic history, from first stars to solar system formation
01.04. Francesco Tafuri, University of Napoli
Frontier problems of the Josephson effect: From macroscopic quantum phenomena to unconventional superconductivity
29.04. Hashem Zoubi, Universität Innsbruck / MPIPKS Dresden (Habilitationskolloquium)
Excitons and Polaritons for Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattice
06.05. Norbert Przybilla, Universität Innsbruck (Antrittsvorlesung)
Matter-Light Interactions, Stellar Atmospheres, and a New View on Galaxy Evolution 
13.05. Horst Fichtner, Universität Bochum
Cosmic rays and the heliosphere in the light of recent Voyager measurements
20.05.  Hans Weidenmüller, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik Heidelberg
Random matrices in physics
27.05. Sebastian Diehl, Universität Innsbruck (Habiltationskolloquium)
Driven Open Quantum Systems: From microscopic implementations to macroscopic    observables
03.06. Thomas Franosch, Universität Innsbruck (Antrittsvorlesung)
Von der Brownschen Bewegung zu komplexem Transport
10.06. Michael Berry, University of Bristol
The singularities of light: intensity, phase, polarization
17.06.  Lukas Novotny, ETH Zürich
Cooling and amplification of a vacuum-trapped nanoparticle
24.06. Ulrike Diebold, TU Wien
Surfaces of Metal Oxides Viewed with Atomic Resolution

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