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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: 15 Feb. 2019)
 
 
Program:
 

Department seminars

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Locations index
Date/place    Speaker        (
Affiliation) / Title of Talk Host 
Mon., 21 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Álvaro Jiménez-Galán   ( Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy, Berlin) R. Ernstorfer  
Strong field topological and valleytronics physics on sub-laser cycle timescale”
Wed., 23 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Eric Borguet   ( Department of Chemistry, Temple University, Philadelphia PA) K. Campen  
The impact of ions on ultrafast vibrational spectroscopy and dynamics at aqueous interfaces”
Mon., 28 Jan.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Sebastian Loth   ( Quantum Microscopy, Institute for Functional Matter and Quantum Technologies, University of Stuttgart) M. Wolf  
the topic will be announced later
Mon., 4 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Andreas Schnyder   ( Quantum Many Body Theory Department, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart) R. Ernstorfer  
the topic will be announced later
Wed., 6 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Toshio Ando   ( Nano Life Science Institute (WPI-NanoLSI), Kanazawa University) T. Kumagai  
High-speed atomic force microscopy for observing biological molecules in dynamic action”
Mon., 11 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Mathieu Bertin   ( Laboratoire d’Études du Rayonnement et de la Matière en Astrophysique, Faculté des Sciences et Ingénierie, Sorbonne Université
& Observatoire de Paris)
J. Stähler  
Thermal and photon-induced desorption processes from molecular ices relevant to the interstellar medium”
Tue., 19 Feb.,
11:00,
PC room G 2.06
Craig Schwartz   ( Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley CA) M. Zürch (PC) 
& AC 
Soft X-ray Nonlinear Optics”
                       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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