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Quanten-Vielteilchensysteme
Sekretariat: Kristina Schuldt
Telefon:      +49 89 3 29 05 - 138

Theorie
Sekretariat: Andrea Kluth
Telefon:      +49 89 3 29 05 - 736

Laserspektroskopie
Sekretariat: Ingrid Hermann
Telefon:      +49 89 3 29 05 - 712

Attosekundenphysik
Sekretariat: Corin Abert
Telefon:      +49 89 3 29 05 - 612

Quantendynamik
Sekretariat: Iris Schwaiger
Telefon:      +49 89 3 29 05 - 711

Seminare 2016

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Seminare

Seminare

In unregelmäßigen Abständen finden am MPQ Seminare statt. Diese werden von den Wissenschaftlern der einzelnen Abteilungen organisiert.

Der Veranstaltungsort wird mit dem jeweiligen Seminar bekannt gegeben.

Monat:

High-performance near- and mid-infrared crystalline coatings (Prof. M. Aspelmeyer)

Substrate-transferred crystalline coatings exploit the unique properties of single-crystal semiconductor coatings for high-end laser optics applications. [mehr]

Non-linear response in extended systems: a real-time approach (Dr. C. Attaccalite)

I will present a new formalism to study linear and non-linear response in extended systems. Our approach is based on real-time solution of an effective Schrödinger equation. [mehr]

Freewheeling across laser’s wonderland: from mid-infrared filaments to neurophotonics (Prof. A. Zheltikov)

With empowering inspiration from multidisciplinary activities of the MPQ/MAP/CALA constellation, this talk will undertake an adventure of a freewheeling tour over wildly different landscapes of laser’s wonderland. [mehr]

Developing Infrared Biofluid Diagnostics (Dr. M. Baker)

Spectroscopic analysis allows for the label-free objective classification of biological material on the molecular scale. This technique has been applied to histology, cytology and surgical pathology and can detect subtle changes in the proteome and metabolome. [mehr]

WORKSHOP "Future of ultrashort pulses"

The availability of waveform-controlled, intense, few cycle laser fields has radically expanded the ability of scientists to peer into the dynamics of atoms and solids on few-femtosecond or even attosecond time scales. This research in the field of attosecond science has hinted at the potential for new discoveries that may be unlocked by new developments in laser science to confine more and more energy into smaller and smaller packages to be precisely delieved to the systems under study. [mehr]

 
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