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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)
See also the only internally accessible PC meetings calender.
 
 
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Date/place    Speaker        (
Affiliation) / Title of Talk Host 
  Mon., 18 Dec.,
11:30,
PC room G 2.06
Hélène Seiler  ( Kambhampati Group, Department of Chemistry, McGill University, Montreal)  M. Wolf    
Development of an “optical NMR” spectrometer to investigate electronic couplings in molecules and nanostructures”
25 December – 1 January There will not be regular seminars during the holidays. 
Mon., 8 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Simon Wall   ( Ultrafast dynamics of quantum solids, ICFO Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona) A. Paarmann  
Re-examining the role of electronic correlations in the insulator-metal phase transition in VO2 on nanoscale length-scales and femtosecond time-scales”
Mon., 15 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Catalin Gainaru   ( Spektroskopie dynamisch ungeordneter Festkörper, Experimentelle Physik III, Fakultät Physik, Technische Universität Dortmund) M. Sajadi  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 22 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Lars Petterson   ( Theory, Physics Group, Department of Physics, Stackholm University) M. Sajadi  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 29 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Tobias Kießling   ( Experimental Physics III, Faculty of Physics and Astronomy, University of Würzburg, Bavaria) T. Kumagai  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 5 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Janne Savolainen   ( Laser spectroscopy and Biophotonics, Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ruhr-Universität Bochum) T. Kampfrath  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 12 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Karsten Hinrichs   ( In Situ Spectroscopy, Interface Analytics department, Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften – ISAS – e.V., Dortmund) A. Paarmann  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 19 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Guillaume Schull   ( STM Group, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique [CNRS] & Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg [IPCMS]) T. Kumagai  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 26 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Bernd Ensing   ( Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Amsterdam) M. Sajadi  
the topic will be announced later
 5 & 12 March A regular seminar has not (yet) been announced for these Mondays. 
Mon., 19 Mar.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Emi Minamitani   ( Watanabe Laboratory, Department of Materials Engineering, University of Tokyo) T. Kumagai  
the topic will be announced later
                       Further seminars will be announced in this program table when they become known.  
 
Regular seminars: are held during the semester every Monday in the seminar room G 2.06 in Building G (Faradayweg 4). One gets together around 10:40 a.m. for a chat, before the talk begins at 11:00 a.m. (s.t.). There is coffee and cookies in the entrance hall.
Institute seminars: are held occasionally, usually in the seminar room of the CP Department in Building P (Faradayweg 16), room 2.06, and only listed here when hosted by a PC researcher. Coffee depends on practicability.
Special seminars: can be held on other days and times, and either in the seminar room G 2.06 in Building G (Faradayweg 4). Coffee depends on practicability.
Informal seminars: can be held on any day of the week — during semester vacations also on Monday — in the seminar room G 2.06 in Building G (Faradayweg 4).
Other meetings: can be held on any day of the week — during semester vacations also on Monday — in any of the above-mentioned or other places.
  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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