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

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.


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)


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

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


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

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


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. (DK-ALM, Pre-Talk, HS C)


Albert Schliesser, University of Copenhagen (Niels Bohr Institute)

Phononic quantum sensors and transducers.

Lukas Deeg, Innsbruck University (Institute of Experimental Physics)

Nonlinear Magnetomechanics. (DK-ALM, Pre-Talk)


Nicolas Roch, Institut Néel CNRS, Grenoble

Evidence of dual Shapiro steps in a Josephson junctions array.


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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