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.
New constructions sites around the Physics Department building
16.2 million Euros for neutron and positron research
DNA dominos on a chip
Scientific Opportunities of Free-Electron Lasers: Visions for X-ray physics in the 21st century
Presentation of the Special Course Program in the Master’s Programs in Physics
Introduction to the Study Regulations in the Master’s ProgramsSpeaker: Dr. rer. nat. Martin Saß
Where do wecome from?
Prof. Jonathan Finley
Prof. Lothar Oberauer
Prof. Peter Fierlinger
Prof. Hendrik Dietz
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