Keio visits TUM 2016
- Prof. Mikio Eto, theorist of mesoscopic physics, or semiconductor nano-structures
- Prof. Hiroyuki Sasada, experimentalist, studying the condensed matter using terahertz technique,
- Prof. Shihichi Watanabe, experimentalist of spintronics,
- 22 third-year students (juniors)
They will visit different groups in order to gain an overview of the research topics in our department and Campus Garching, be involved in short seminars and lab tours, as well as in discussions with graduate students and young researchers.
Our Physics Department has a Double Degree program together with the Keio University: Keio-TUM DD, which started in 2011.
|Time||Wednesday 17.02||Friday 19.02|
|10 - 12||Stroth group/IPP
Meeting point: IPP, Auditorium Blg. D2
Prof. Martin Brandt
Meeting point: WSI entrance
|12 - 13||Lunch break||Keio presentation
Prof. Mikio Eto
WSI, bistro area in first floor
(alternatively WSI library)
|13 - 14||TUM presentation
Dr. Maria Eckholt
WMI seminar room
|14 - 16||Goennenwein group
Dr. Sebastian Gönnenwein
Meeting point: Walther Meissner Institute,
|Neutron Source FRM2
Meeting point: FRM2 entrance
|16 - 18||MPA and MPE
Dr. Hannelore Hämmerle
Meeting point: TBA
Photos: Mikio Eto/Keio University.
Photo: Mikio Eto/Keio University.