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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

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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.


Symposium: Gender and Physics?

  • 14:45h talk by Prof. T. Brage "What does Gender have to do with Physics?"
  • Date: Sep 29, 2017
  • Time: 14:00 - 16:30
  • Speaker: Professor Tomas Brage
  • Department of Physics, Director of Education at Undergraduate Programme of Studies within Faculty of Science, Lund University, Sweden
  • Room: New Lecture Hall, Room B 0.32
  • Host: MPQ

Agenda: 14:00h: Gender Equality at the MPQ (Frauke Logermann) - 14:15h: Equal Opportunities in the Max Planck Society (Dr. U. Weber) - 14:30h: The GENERA Project (Nicole Oetke) - 14:45h: Prof. T. Brage - 15:45h: Discussion [more]

Quantum simulating gauge theories with discrete-time quantum walks (Dr. P. Arnault)

Quantum walks (QWs) are models of quantum transport on discrete backgrounds, such as graphs or regular lattices. [more]

Non-Standard Bose-Hubbard Model with State-Dependent Tunneling (D. González Cuadra)

Non-standard Bose-Hubbard models are relevant for the study of strongly correlated quantum physics thanks to their rich phase diagram and the possibility to simulate them using ultracold atoms in optical lattices. [more]

Solving the pentagon equation with trivalent categories (R. Wolf)

Anyons are two-dimensional quasiparticles with exotic statistics that can be used for topological quantum computation. What makes them interesting for this is the concept of fusion and braiding. [more]

From strong passivity to extended second law of thermodynamics and new thermodynamic predictions on quantum microscopic systems (Dr. R. Uzdin)

To thermodynamically address quantum nanoscopic scenarios that involve very small thermal baths and strong system-bath correlation, we suggest a new framework that is based on the principle of passivity. [more]

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