Vergangene Seminare

30.04.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Florian Marquardt

Title: Topological Phases of Sound and Light Speaker: Prof Florian MarquardtFAU Erlangen, Germany Abstract: Optomechanical systems, coupling light to nanomechanical motion, are now being investigated for many possible...[mehr]

22.01.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Dieter Meschede

Title:From electric quantum walks to the quest for exactly two interacting quantum atoms Speaker:Prof Dieter MeschedeUniversität Bonn, Deutschland Abstract: Neutral atoms walking in a deep optical lattice (discrete quantum...[mehr]

15.01.2015

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Anton Zeilinger

Title:Quantum Imaging and the Role of Information Speaker:Prof  Anton Zeilinger Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology Abstract: To be announced Time, place: Thursday, 15. January 2015, 15:00Seminar room, Bau...[mehr]

02.12.2014

MPL Theory Seminars: Dr. Yonatan Sivan

Title:Nanoparticle-assisted stimulated-emission-depletion nanoscopy Speaker:Dr. Yonatan SivanBen-Gurion University, Israel Abstract: The stimulated-emission depletion (STED) technique has broken the diffraction limit in...[mehr]

21.11.2014

MPL Theory Seminars: Stefan Scheel

Title:Casimir forces - Forces from nothing: An introduction to the theory of fluctuation forces Speaker:Prof Stefan ScheelUniversity of Rostock, Germany Abstract:In the ground state of the quantized electromagnetic field, the...[mehr]

20.11.2014

MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof Peter Zoller

Title:Quantum optics with cold atoms Speaker:Prof Peter Zoller Institut für Quantenoptik und Quanteninformation, Innsbruck Abstract: To be announced Time, place: Thursday, 20. November 2014, 15:00Seminar room, Bau 24,...[mehr]

21.10.2014

MPL Theory Seminars: Ortwin Hess

Title:Coupled Surface Plasmon Polaritons and Quantum Emitters in the Light of Quantum Many-Body Theory Speaker:Prof Ortwin HessThe Blackett Laboratory, Department of Physics, Condensed Matter Theory, Imperial College London...[mehr]