Koordinatoren des Kolloquiums:
Prof. Dr. F. Schmidt-Kaler
Institut für Physik
fsk@uni-mainz.de
Prof. Dr. Niklaus Berger
Institut fuer Kernphysik,
Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet
niberger@uni-mainz.de
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Physikalisches Kolloquium Mainz

Institut für Kernphysik, Johann Joachim Becher Weg 45

Programm für das Wintersemester 2018/2019

Dienstags, 16 Uhr 15, HS KPH.
Tee ab 15:45 Uhr

 16.10.2018 Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil, Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz
Nanodiamond-based Quantum Materials for Biomedicine
 30.10.2018 Prof. Dr. Jan-Michael Rost, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Dresden
Rydberg molecular systems: From antiprotonic Helium to Trilobites in a dense gas
 06.11.2018 Prof. Dr. Naohito Saito, Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC), Japan
A Novel Precision Measurement of Muon g-2/EDM at J-PARC
 13.11.2018 Prof. Dr. Arno Rauschenbeutel, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Seeing A Single Atom Where It Is Not
 27.11.2018 Prof. Dr. Regine von Klitzing, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Ordering of hydrophilic and hydrophobized silica particles
 04.12.2018 Prof. Dr. Steven Johnson, ETH Zürich Institute for Quantum Electronics
The Ultrafast Einstein-de Haas Effect
 11.12.2018 Prof. Lawrence Wald, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School & Massachusetts General Hospital
Relaxing hardware constraints: shifting the burden to software to make faster, portable and motion tolerant images
 18.12.2018 Prof. Dr. Ulrich Achatz, Goethe Universität Frankfurt/Institut für Atmosphäre u. Umwelt
Gravity waves and their influence on weather and climate: Challenges and new approaches
 08.01.2019 Dr. Hendrik Ohldag, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, CA, USA
Ultrafast and very Small: Discover Nanoscale Magnetism With picosecond time resolution using X-Rays
 15.01.2019 Prof. Dr. Harald Giessen, University of Stuttgart, 4th Physics Institute
Watching plasmons spin on a subfemtosecond timescale
 22.01.2019 Prof. Dr. Urs Wiedemann, CERN Theoretical Physics Department, Genf, Schweiz
Collectivity in AA, pA and pp collisions at the LHC
 29.01.2019 Prof. Dr. Christoph Brabec, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen Nürnberg
Material´s Genome Challenges in Functional Material Research: Researching High Throughput Methods for Device Engineering
 05.02.2019 Prof. Dr. Thomas Becher, University of Bern, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Bern, Schweiz
Automated, Resumed and Effective: Precision Computations for the LHC
 12.02.2019 Prof. Mark Saffman, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept. of Physics, USA
Quantum computing with atomic qubits

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