Innsbruck Physics Colloquium

Innsbruck Physics Colloquium

Summer 2017

The Innsbruck Physics Research Centers organizes the Innsbruck Physics Colloquium always on Tuesdays at 17:15 in lecture hall C during the semester [more]

W 2016/17 | S 2016 | W 2015/16 | S 2015 | W 2014/15 | S 2014 | W 2013/14 | S 2013 | W 2012/13 

Introductory Course on Quantum Information

Introductory Course on Quantum Information

Innsbruck, 12-14 July 2016

The short course from 12–14 July 2016 will give an introduction to the fascinating field of quantum information, which offers many exciting opportunities for young researchers. The course is addressed to students early in their master’s program and is also suitable for students just finishing their bachelor’s degree and first-year PhD students who have recently joined the field. [more]

2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Tag der Physik

Tag der Physik

22. und 23. Februar 2017

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Physik und die Physikinstitute der Universität Innsbruck gestalten im Jahr 2017 wieder einen "Tag der Physik "speziell für Schüler/innen. In diesem Jahr möchten wir nicht nur die Sekundarstufe II, sondern auch die Schüler/innen der Sekunadrstufe I begrüßen. [more]

20162015 | 2014 |2013 | 2012

Innsbruck Physics Lectures

Innsbruck Physics Lecture

Tue, 25 Oct. 2016, 17:15 lecture hall A

Paul Corkum (born 1943) studied physics at Acadia University in Nova Scotia (Canada). As a graduate student he moved to Lehigh University, Pennsylvania (USA) where he received his PhD in 1972 in theoretical physics. In 1973 Paul Corkum moved to the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada in Ottawa and changed to experimental physics. In 1990 he founded the femtosecond group at the Steacie Institute for Molecular Science of the NRC. Since 2008 he holds a Canada Research Chair for Attoseconds Photonics at the University of Ottawa and is director of a joint laboratory at the University of Ottawa and the National Research Council. [more]

2015 (Alain Aspect) |2014 (Michael Kramer) | 2013 (Immanuel Bloch) | 2012 (Wim Ubachs) | 2011 (Reinhard Genzel)


Further Events

„Wer nichts weiß, muss alles glauben!“ - 14. Dezember 2013
Tiroler Nacht der Forschung, Bildung & Innovation - 28. April 2012
Woche der Physik - 4. bis 8. Oktober 2011