Past lectures


Quantum Nanomechanics - from levitation to many-body spin-spin interactions

Dr. Jan Gieseler, Harvard University Nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers are promising candidates for quantum computation, withroom temperature optical spin read-out and initialization, microwave manipulability, andweak coupling to...[more]


Lecture: Two- and Three-dimensional organic microlasers

Dr. Stefan Bittner, Department of Applied Physics, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, USA [more]


MPL Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof. Jeremy Baumberg

Title: Watching and sensing single molecules by confining light to the atom scale Abstract: Coupling between plasmonic metal nano-components generates strongly red-shifted resonances combined with intense local field...[more]


Lecture: Molecules in cavities: topological phases and polariton chemistry

Dr. Joel Yuen Zhou Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry MC 0340, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA [more]


Prof. Kenji Ohmori - "Ultrafast many-body electron dynamics in a strongly correlated ultracold Rydberg gas"

Institute for Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Myodaiji, Okazaki 444-8585, Japan[more]

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