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Physics Colloquium

The Physics Colloquium is a lecture series with regular lectures each Monday, 17:15 in the Great Lecture Hall during the semester. Renowned speakers give interesting lectures about current topics of modern physics. The lectures are public and address a broad audience.

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Programme in the Winter Semester 2016/2017:

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Looking Closer: Laser-based Infrared Spectrometers as Tools for Quality Control and Process Monitoring (more...)
Frank Kühnemann
Fraunhofer Inst. f. Physikalische Messtechnik IPM, Freiburg

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Mon 08.05.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
The Manuscript Selection Process at SCIENCE (more...)
Peter Stern
SCIENCE, Cambridge

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Meteorites: Debris from the Solar System (more...)
Beda Hofmann
Universität und Naturhistorisches Museum Bern

Mon 22.05.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Antrittsvorlesung: Playful Physics
Tanja Schilling
Physikalisches Institut, Universität Freiburg

Mon 29.05.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Theoretical Physics with and for the LHC
Tilman Plehn
Universität Heidelberg

Mon 12.06.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Antrittsvorlesung: Exploring the Dark Universe
Marc Schumann
Physikalisches Institut, Universität Freiburg

Mon 19.06.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Attosecond Photoionization Spectroscopy: Using Attosecond Light Pulses to Clock Electron Emission
Pascal Salieres
CEA, CNRS, Universite Paris-Saclay

Mon 26.06.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
What Vibrations tell us about (Bio-)Molecular Dynamics
Jens Bredenbeck
Universität Frankfurt

Mon 03.07.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Prospects of Using Levitated Optomechanics to Probe Quantum Mechanics and Gravity Probe Quantum Mechanics and Gravity Mechanics and Gravity
Hendrik Ulbricht
University of Southampton

Mon 10.07.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Quantum-state Control by Interference: The Wonders of Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage (STIRAP) with some recent Applications
Klaas Bergmann
TU Kaiserslautern

Mon 17.07.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Contact and Adhesion of Fractal Interfaces
Lars Pastewka
IMTEK, Universität Freiburg

Mon 24.07.2017, 17:15 -   Hörsaal I
Neutrino Physics at the SouthPole with IceCube
Teresa Montaruli
Universität Genf

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