Venue: Wednesday July, 13 at 14:00 h, Rudolf Mößbauer lecture hall and foyer
The physics department cordially invites all graduates, staff and friends to our annual celebration.
Dielectric optical switching at clock rates above 100 terahertz is about 100 000 times faster than what current computers achieve.
Yet this is the limit explored by a team of physicists.
Monday's physics colloquium now features a students only event: "Meet the speaker".
It starts always Mondays at 16:00 h.
Two sensors and a controller - all within a single protein molecule
Samantha Zimnik receives Laura Bassi award
A switch for light wave electronics
Seminar on neutrons in research and industry: The Unusual Magnetic Properties of some Ribbon-Chain Quantum Antiferromagnets
Munich Physics Colloquium: Galactic cosmic rays, aerosols, clouds and climate: Results from the CLOUD project at CERNSpeaker: Prof. Dr. Joachim Curtius
Lecture Series "Introduction to Current Aspects of Scientific Research": Biomedical Imaging with Magnetic Resonance (MRI)Speakers: Dr. Marion Irene Menzel, Dr. Ph.D. Dimitrios Karampinos
Where do wecome from?
Prof. Christine Papadakis
Prof. Stefan Schönert
Prof. Friedrich Simmel
Prof. Wilhelm Zwerger
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