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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 2018

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

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Dr. Peter Leibinger, Trumpf GmbH + Co.KG

Chiral magnetic effect in a topological Weyl semimetal
Carlo Beenakker, Universität Leiden
Wed, 10. January
Thu, 11. January

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Martina Zähle, Universität Jena
Fri, 12. January
Sat, 13. January
Sun, 14. January
Mon, 15. January
Tue, 16. January

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Dipl. Phys. Andreas Brunner, 3. Phys. Institut

Second-order topological insulators and superconductors
Piet Brouwer, Freie Universität Berlin
Wed, 17. January
Thu, 18. January
Fri, 19. January
Sat, 20. January
Sun, 21. January
Mon, 22. January
Tue, 23. January

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Farida Shagieva, 3. Phys. Institut

Event-ready loophole free Bell tests and beyond
Harald Weinfurter, LMU München
Wed, 24. January
Thu, 25. January
Fri, 26. January
Sat, 27. January
Sun, 28. January
Mon, 29. January
Tue, 30. January

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Thomas Kornher, 3. Phys. Institut

The European X-Ray Free-Electron Laser (XFEL) in Hamburg
Massimo Altarelli, MPI for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter Hamburg
Wed, 31. January

 
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