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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 February 2017

Wed, 1. February

Rotational relaxation processes of melocular ions immersed in a buffer gas and optical trappin of molecular ions
Jesus Perez-Rios, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana USA
Thu, 2. February

Anisotropic many-body interaction with ultracold Rydberg molecules
Jesus Perez-Rios, Purdue University West Lafayette, USA Indiana
Fri, 3. February
Sat, 4. February
Sun, 5. February
Mon, 6. February
Tue, 7. February

Puzzles of charge transport in n-doped SrTiO3
Kamran Behnia, Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles, Paris

Quantum nano-photonics with 2d materials
Prof. Frank Koppens, ICFO Barcelona
Wed, 8. February
Thu, 9. February

Quantum-chemical approach to ultracold atoms and molecules
Michal Tomza, Universität Warschau, Centre of New Technologies

Infrared spectroscopy study of Cd3As2 under external pressure
Ece Uykur, Universität Augsburg

Synthetic and Bio-hybrid Untethered Mobile Microrobots
Metin Sitti, MPI IS Stuttgart
Fri, 10. February

Non-equilibrium dynamics of open quantum systems Limits to simplifed description by Generalized Master Equations
Vaclav Spicka, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Sat, 11. February
Sun, 12. February
Mon, 13. February
Tue, 14. February

Exploring nuclear spin-assisted NV readout at low temperatures
Andreas Brunner, 3. Phys. Institut
Wed, 15. February
Thu, 16. February
Fri, 17. February
Sat, 18. February
Sun, 19. February
Mon, 20. February
Tue, 21. February

NV Centers in Silicon Carbide: from theoretical predictions to experimental observation
Hans Jurgen von Bardeleben, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Institut des Nanosciences de Paris
Wed, 22. February
Thu, 23. February
Fri, 24. February
Sat, 25. February
Sun, 26. February
Mon, 27. February
Tue, 28. February

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