Past lectures


Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof. Dan Stamper-Kurn

Magnetism in Quantum Gases Speaker: Prof. Dan Stamper-Kurn, Berkeley University With quantum gases, one can explore magnetic ordering and dynamics in regimes inaccessible in solid-state systems. For example, in degenerate...[more]


Monolithically Integrated 3D Silicon Photonic Platforms

Prof Joyce Poon, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada[more]


Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof. Jack Harris

Prof. Jack HarrisYale UniversityQuantum effects in the motion of surprisingly large objects Abstract: The theory of quantum mechanics is believed to describe nearly all physical phenomena. It is embedded in our understanding of...[more]


Distinguished Lecturer Series: Prof. Gerhard Rempe

Prof. Gerhard RempeMax Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, GarchingQuantum Internet: Vision or Fiction? Abstract: Quantum physics allows for applications not possible within classical physics. A prominent example is the...[more]


Towards Optically Controlled Qubits in Rare Earth Doped Nanoparticles

Philippe Goldner (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris, Chimie ParisTech-CNRS, Paris, France)[more]


Giant vesicles as handy tools for assessing membrane mechanics, wetting and reshaping.

PD Dr Rumiana Dimova (Research Group Leader at Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam)[more]


Microfabrication technologies for biological and biophysical applications

Dr. Salvatore Girardo, TU Dresden, Microstructure Facility[more]