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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 January 2017

Sun, 1. January
Mon, 2. January
Tue, 3. January
Wed, 4. January
Thu, 5. January
Fri, 6. January
Sat, 7. January
Sun, 8. January
Mon, 9. January
Tue, 10. January

Weakly coupled nuclear spins as qubit resource
Sebastian Zaiser, 3. Physikalisches Institut
Wed, 11. January
Thu, 12. January

New dynamical symmetries in interface growth: What do we know about them and what do they teach us?
Malte Henkel, Institut Jean Lamour, Faculté des Sciences, Université de Lorraine
Fri, 13. January

Controlling spontaneous emission from semiconductor nanostructures
Andrea Fiore, Universität Eindhoven

Photonic Integrated Circuits for Quantum Communications
Professor Dirk Englund, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sat, 14. January
Sun, 15. January
Mon, 16. January
Tue, 17. January

Title to be announced
Jurgen Smet, MPI Stuttgart
Wed, 18. January
Thu, 19. January

Two-dimensional dipolar exciton fluids on a chip
Professor Ronen Rapaport, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Fri, 20. January
Sat, 21. January
Sun, 22. January
Mon, 23. January

Soft matter in solution: from hydrogen bonds to hydrodynamics
Jens Smiatek, ICP, Universität Stuttgart (Vorstellungsvortrag)
Tue, 24. January

Fine structures and spin fluctuations of Si-vacancies in SiC
Prof. Dr. Sergey Tarasenko, Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg
Wed, 25. January
Thu, 26. January

Parallel numerical algorithms for simulations of complex fluids
George Biros, The University of Texas at Austin
Fri, 27. January

Negative Entropies in the Casimir Effect
Gert-Ludwig Ingold, University of Augsburg

Control of Extended Quantum Systems: the case of quantum optical solitons
Claudio Conti, Institute for Complex Systems, Universität Sapienza, Rom
Sat, 28. January
Sun, 29. January
Mon, 30. January
Tue, 31. January

Thin film photonic platform for rare-earth ions
Thomas Kornher, 3. Physikalisches Institut

The Quantum Way of Doing Computations
Rainer Blatt, Universität Innsbruck

 
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