Events

Innsbruck Physics Colloquium

Innsbruck Physics Colloquium

Summer 2022

The Innsbruck Physics Research Centers organizes the Innsbruck Physics Colloquium always on Tuesdays at 17.15 in lecture hall A during the semester.

Occasionally the colloquium will be preceded by a Doctoralprogramme Atoms, Light, and Molecules Pre-Talk at 16.30. [more] 

 

 

 Tag der Physik - Schüler*innen-Tag

Tag der Physik

21. April 2022

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Physik und die Physikinstitute der Universität Innsbruck organisieren 2022 wieder einen "Tag der Physik "speziell für Schüler*innen.
Am "Tag der Physik" erhalten die Schüler*innen einen Einblick in die faszinierende Welt der Physik. Das Themenspektrum reicht von der Quantenwelt über die Umweltphysik bis zu den Weiten des Weltalls. In verschiedenen Stationen bringen Wissenschaftler*innen der Universität Innsbruck den Schüler*innen die Gesetze der Natur näher. [more]

 

Innsbruck Physics Lectures

Innsbruck Physics Lecture

Tue, 19 Oct. 2021, 17:15  hybrid lecture (lecture hall A and online)

Rainer Weiss was born in 1932 in Berlin. His family left Germany for Czechoslovakia and emigrated to the United States in 1939. He studied physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and received his PhD there in 1962. After a few years at Tufts University, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University. In 1964 he joined the physics faculty at MIT, where he became an emeritus professor in 2001. Rainer Weiss’ work focuses on atomic clocks, cosmic background radiation measurements and gravitational wave detection, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2017. [more]

 

Introductory Course on Ultracold Quantum Gases

Introductory Course on Quantum Information

Innsbruck, 08-10 July 2019

Our Introductory Course from 08–10 July 2019 will give a basics introduction into the fascinating research field of cold atoms and ultracold quantum gases, 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. Specialized knowledge in the field is not required; students should have a basic knowledge of quantum physics and atomic, molecular, and optical physics at the undergraduate level.

 

 


Further Events

Campus-Tage Technik, 26./27. April 2019

„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



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