Innsbruck Physics Colloquium Winter 2015/16

Innsbruck Physics ColloquiumTuesdays 17:15
lecture hall C

Martin Beyer, Ralf Kissmann, Hanns-Christoph Nägerl

06.10. Knut Asmis, Universität Leipzig
Ion Microsolvation Probed by Cryogenic Ion Trap Vibrational Spectroscop

13.10. Stephan Götzinger, Universität Erlangen
Controlling the interaction of light and matter at the level of single quanta

20.10. Silke Bühler-Paschen, TU Wien
Kondo here, Kondo there, Kondo everywhere?

27.10. Dominik Marx, Ruhr-Universität Bochum 
Understanding Large-Amplitude Motion in the Gas Phase, in Aqueous Solutions, and in Superfluid Helium

03.11. Dave Parker, Nijmegen 
Velocity Map Imaging and O2, a perfect match

10.11. Alain Aspect, Institut d’Optique Paris 
From the Einstein-Bohr debate to entangled qubits: a new quantum revolution
(Innsbruck Physics Lecture)

17.11. John Kirk, MPIK Heidelberg
The Acceleration of Cosmic Rays

24.11. Harold Linnartz, Leiden Observatory 
Laboratory Astrophysics; Physical methods to answer chemical questions of astronomical interest

01.12.  Anna Sanpera, Barcelona 
Quantum sensing: when sensitivity to small really matters (abgesagt)

15.12. Carsten Wiedemann, TU Braunschweig 
Space Debris 

12.01.  Andreas Tünnermann, Universität Jena
Technical advances and future prospects in fiber lasers and amplifiers

19.01. Michael Bittner, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen
What can we learn from airglow observations

26.01.  Romain Quidant, ICFO Barcelona 
Nanophotonics meets Quantum Optics

02.02. Thorsten Hugel, Universität Freiburg 
Molecular Maschines: Energy conversion with single polymers and proteins

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