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Quantum Many-Body Systems
Secretariat: Kristina Schuldt
Phone:        +49 89 3 29 05 - 138

Secretariat: Andrea Kluth
Phone:        +49 89 3 29 05 - 736

Laser Spectroscopy
Secretariat: Ingrid Hermann
Phone:        +49 89 3 29 05 - 712

Attosecond Physics
Secretariat: Corin Abert
Phone:        +49 89 3 29 05 - 612

Quantum Dynamics
Secretariat: Iris Schwaiger
Phone:        +49 89 3 29 05 - 711

Seminars 2016

seminars 2015



On an irregular basis various Special Seminars take place at the MPQ. The seminars are organized by scientists of our divisions, administration or staff representatives.

The location will be announced with the event.


Quantum cascade laser frequency combs: physics and applications (Prof. J. Faist)

The quantum cascade laser has demonstrated the ability to provide gain over a very broad wavelength range. [more]

Studying light-matter interaction with broadband entangled photons (Prof. A. Stefanov)

Photonic entanglement is one of the most common methods to generate and study entangled states. Photon pairs can be entangled in different degrees freedom including polarisation, momentum or energy. [more]

Loschmidt echo in many-spin systems: equilibration, localization and the emergent mechanisms of irreversibility (P. Zangara)

If a polarization excess is injected in many-spin quantum system which is initially in a high-temperature equilibrium, then this “excitation” would spread all over as consequence of spin-spin interactions. [more]

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. [more]

Direct laser cooling and trapping of diatomic molecules (Prof. D. DeMille)

It was long considered a practical impossibility to extend the methods of laser cooling and trapping to diatomic molecules. [more]

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