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Welcome to the Physics Department at the Universität Stuttgart

Stuttgart represents a location of high-level research in physics with the Physics Department at the University of Stuttgart and two Max Planck Institutes for solid state research and intelligent systems. The main research fields of the Physics Department are solid state physics, atom and quantum optics, photonics, soft matter physics, strongly correlated many-body systems, physical modeling and numerical simulation. The department is embedded in a scientific university with numerous well-established institutes in natural science and engineering science.

Calendar entries for November 2016

Tue, 1. November
Wed, 2. November
Thu, 3. November
Fri, 4. November
Sat, 5. November
Sun, 6. November
Mon, 7. November

Diamond advanced photonic devices
PhD Hangyu Liu, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Tue, 8. November

Hybrid integration and investigation of quantum emitters in 2- and 3D-materials
Dr. Andreas W. Schell, ICFO The Institute of Photoic Sciences, Castelldefels

Confined networks of stiff filaments
Kristian Müller-Nedebock, Stellenbosch University, Department of Physics

Whirls in magnets: From skyrmions to magnetic monopoles
Achim Rosch (Universität Köln)
Wed, 9. November
Thu, 10. November
Fri, 11. November
Sat, 12. November
Sun, 13. November
Mon, 14. November
Tue, 15. November

Tracking Galaxy Evolution Over 12 Billion Years
Vy Tran, University of Texas
Wed, 16. November
Thu, 17. November

Single Molecule Biophysics: From Catch Bonds, Microfluidics and Nanopores
Dario Anselmetti, Universität Bielefeld
Fri, 18. November

Low-Index Photonics
Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania

Fabrication of Next-Generation Scanning Diamond Nanopillars
Anurag Kanase, 3. Physikalisches Institut

Universal Faraday rotation in topological insulators
Andrei Pimenov, Vienna University of Technology
Sat, 19. November
Sun, 20. November
Mon, 21. November
Tue, 22. November

Advances in on demand photon sources: from multiplexing to molecules
Dr. Alexander S. Clark, Centre for Cold Matter, Imperial College London
Wed, 23. November
Thu, 24. November
Fri, 25. November
Sat, 26. November
Sun, 27. November
Mon, 28. November
Tue, 29. November

Characterizing and imaging superparamagnetic nanoparticles by optical magnetometry
Dr. Zoran Grujic, Université de Fribourg, CH

Giant Interaction Effects of Rydberg Excitons in Cuprous Oxide
Manfred Bayer, Universität Dortmund
Wed, 30. November

 
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