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Upcoming Seminars in the Department

An abstract (when available) can be accessed by clicking on the speaker’s name
(see further explanations at the bottom of this page)
(last update: 10 March 2019)

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Date/place    Speaker        (
Affiliation) / Title of Talk Host 
Mon., 13 May.,
PC room G 2.06
Stefan Tautz   ( Physics and Chemistry of Organic Adsorbates, Functional Nanostructures at Surfaces, Peter Grünberg Institute, Forschungszentrum Jülich) J. Stähler  
Nanoscale Engineering at Surfaces”
Mon., 20 May.,
PC room G 2.06
Simon Wall   ( Ultrafast Dynamics In Quantum Solids, ICFO Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona) R. Ernstorfer  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 27 May.,
PC room G 2.06
Richard Saykally   ( Experimental and Theoretical Physical Chemistry, College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley) M. Zürch  
Probing Complex Interfaces”
Tue., 28 May.,
PC room G 2.06
Can Wang   ( Chair of Solid-State Physics, Institute of Condensed Matter Physics, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) J. Stähler  
Anisotropic Hot-Electron Relaxation Lifetimes in Black Phosphorus Studied by TR-2PPE”
Mon., 3 Jun.,
PC room G 2.06
Daniele Fausti   ( Department of Physics, University of Trieste) R. Ernstorfer  
the topic will be announced later
                       Further seminars will be announced in this program table when they become known.  
Department seminars: are typically held once a week, preferably on Monday in the seminar room G 2.06 in Building G (Faradayweg 4). One gets together around 20 minutes for a chat, before the talk begins (usually at 11:00 a.m. s.t.). There is coffee and cookies in the lounge in front of the seminar room.
Institute seminars: are held occasionally, usually by more than one Department, and only listed here when hosted by a PC researcher. Coffee depends on practicability.
Special seminars: are held occaionally, usually in the seminar room G 2.06. Coffee depends on practicability.
Informal seminars: can be held on any day of the week in the seminar room G 2.06 in Building G (Faradayweg 4), usually without coffee.
  An abstract (when available)  can be accessed by clicking on the speaker’s name; the entry background color indicates which above specification applies.
This entry background color will indicate that no seminar has been planned (yet) for that Monday.
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