Innsbruck Physics Colloquium
Winter 2023 /24

Tuesdays 16:45, lecture hall C

Innsbruck Physics Colloquium

The Innsbruck Physics Research Center organizes the Innsbruck Physics Colloquium always on Tuesdays at 16.45 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 16.45.


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


Anton Eisenhauer, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (Germany)

The measurement of non-radioactive calcium isotope ratios and their application in medicine.


Nancy Hecker Denschlag, Albert Einstein Discovery Center Ulm (Germany)

An Albert Einstein Discovery Center in Ulm: Encouraging an understanding of his physics, its technological applications and promoting STEM fields. (HS A)


Luca Barbiero, Politecnico di Torino, Italy - Guest Professor Innsbruck University

Exploring quantum matter with ultracold dipolar sytems.


Alexander Pawlis, Forschungszentrum Jülich (Germany)

Modern Device Concepts based on novel aspects in the MBE of classic wide gap II/VI semiconductors.

Tommaso Faleo, Innsbruck University (Institute of Astro and Particle Physics)

Entanglement-induced collective multiparticle interference. (DK ALM, Pre-Talk)


Lukas Einkemmer, Innsbruck University (Department of Mathematics)

Solving high-dimensional plasma physics problems with dynamical low-rank approximation. (Inaugural Lecture)

Tim Schrabback, Innsbruck University (Institute of Astro and Particle Physics)

Constraining the cosmological model with weak gravitational lensing. (Inaugural Lecture)


Jorryt Matthee, Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA)

Galaxies and supermassive black holes in the early Universe: insights after 1 year of JWST.


Maria Wächtler, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau (Germany) POSTPONED TO THE SUMMER SEMESTER!

Insights into semiconductor nanocrystal based photocatalysis - connecting charge carrier dynamics and activity.


Alec Wodtke, MPI for Multidisciplinary Sciences Göttingen (Germany)

Low-temperature adsorbate quantum dynamics observed using a mid-ir superconducting nanowire single photon detector.

Thomas Gstir, Innsbruck University (Institute of Ion Physics and Applied Physics)

The inluence of fluorination on the dynamics of the F + CH3CH2 I reaction. (DK ALM, Pre Talk)


Andreas Bett, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems & University of Freiburg (Germany) 

Transition of the Energy System and the Impact of Photovoltaics.


Dorit Aharonov, Hebrew University of Jerusalem & QEDMA Quantum Computing (Israel)

The search for evidence of quantum advantage.


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