Kolloquien


Kolloquien

Die Gastvorträge im Rahmen des MPQ-Kolloquiums finden von April bis Juli sowie von Oktober bis Januar jeweils dienstags um 14:30 Uhr statt. Verantaltungsort ist der Herbert-Walther-Hörsaal im Foyer des Max-Planck-Instituts für Quantenoptik.

Ansprechpartner für die wissenschaftliche Organisation:

Dr. Stephan Dürr und Dr. Thomas Udem

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Gastgeber: MPQ

Optimized quantum photonics (Prof. Jelena Vuckovic)

Optimized quantum photonics
At the core of most quantum technologies, including quantum networks and quantum simulators, is the development of homogeneous, long lived qubits with excellent optical interfaces, and the development of high efficiency and robust optical interconnects for such qubits. To achieve this goal, we have been studying color centers in diamond (SiV, SnV) and silicon carbide (VSi in 4H SiC), in combination with novel fabrication techniques, and relying on the powerful and fast photonics inverse design approach that we have developed. [mehr]

SMT: Printing really small, really fast … … and what to do when you are at the end of your rope (Dr. Andreas Dorsel)

SMT: Printing really small, really fast … and what to do when you are at the end of your rope
This talk is intended to provide you with a solid notion of what can be achieved in nano-lithography today, what the present technical limitations are and what we consider at present fundamental boundaries of what may be possible in the future. Carl Zeiss SMT has been active in this field for more than 50 years and its history hence shows some of the technological milestones from the early beginnings of integrated circuits to present-day extreme integration allowing qualitatively new applications of micro- or rather nano-electronics. [mehr]
Optical microscopy has been a fundamental tool to life science and materials science since its invention in the 17th century. [mehr]

Deciphering complex quantum systems (Prof. A. Buchleitner)

Not many ingredients are needed for a quantum system to turn complex, with the helium atom as the arguably most elementary example. [mehr]

Rotating molecules and fundamental constants (Prof. S. Schiller)

Molecules provide exciting opportunities for precision measurements - significantly extending those offered by atoms. [mehr]
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