SFB-Seminars
Summer term 2019
23.07.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Noejung Park
(Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
"Real-time dynamics of topological solid states" (PDF)
16.07.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Dr. Boris Narozhny
(Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Deutschland)
"Hydrodynamic approach to electronic transport" (PDF)
12.07.2019
Fri 10:45
PHY 7.1.21
Dr. Christoph Kastl
(Technische Universität München, Deutschland)
"Local (opto)electronic transport in topological insulators revealed by the Shockley-Ramo theorem" (PDF)
04.07.2019
Thu 15:15
PHY 5.0.21
Dr. Gregor Tkachov
(Universität Augsburg, Deutschland)
"Cooperons, Cooper pairs and Majorana fermions in 2D topological materials" (PDF)
02.07.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Joachim Burgdörfer
(Universität Wien, Österreich)
"Attosecond physics: from atoms to condensed matter" (PDF)
28.06.2019
Fri 10:15
PHY 4.1.13
Yaroslav Zhumagulov
(Sankt Petersburg)
"Temperature dependence of Trion peak in MoS2 monolayer"
27.06.2019
Thu 13:30
PHY 9.2.01
Asbjørn Drachmann
(University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
"High critical field superconducting heterostructures using anodic oxidation. A candidate for perfect Andreev reflection of quantum Hall edge states." (PDF)
24.06.2019
Mon 14:00
PHY 2.0.31
Dr. Andreas Sperlich
(Julius Maximilian Universität Würzburg)
"Spin-Effects in Next-Generation Organic Light Emitting Diodes" (PDF)
18.06.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Saroj Dash
(Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
"Spintronics in 2D Material Heterostructures" (PDF)
04.06.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Dr. Benedikt Scharf
(Universität Würzburg, Deutschland)
"CANCELLED!"
23.05.2019
Thu 13:30
PHY 9.2.01
Sheng-Chin Ho
(National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
"Zero-magnetic-field anomalous Hall effect in strained graphene systems" (PDF)
21.05.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Felix Casanova
(San Sebastian, Spain)
"Manipulating spin currents with graphene-based heterostructures" (PDF)
20.05.2019
Mon 14:00
PHY 2.0.31
Felix Paßmann
(TU Dortmund, Deutschland)
"Dynamical Formation and Manipulation of the Persistent Spin Helix" (PDF)
16.05.2019
Thu 13:30
PHY 9.2.01
Oliver Breunig
(Universität zu Köln)
"Gigantic Negative Magnetoresistance in a Topological Insulator" (PDF)
14.05.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Dr. Marta Prada, Prof. Dr. Robert H. Blick
(Universität Hamburg, Deutschland)
"A spin-orbit gap in graphene " (PDF)
07.05.2019
Tue 15:15
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Sivan Refaely-Abramson
(Weizmann Institut, Israel)
"Excitons and Symmetry: Studying Structural Effects on Complex Excited-State Phenomena in 2D and Molecular Crystals" (PDF)
07.05.2019
Tue 14:30
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Diana Y. Qiu
(UC Berkeley, USA)
"Excitons in Flatland: Exploring and Manipulating Many-body Effects on the Optical Excitations in Quasi-2D Materials" (PDF)
30.04.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Andras Palyi
(Department of Theoretical Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
"Topology in double-quantum-dot physics: experiment and theory" (PDF)
24.04.2019
Wed 13:15
PHY 2.1.29
Tom Siday
(University College London, United Kingdom)
"Terahertz near-field imaging and spectroscopy" (PDF)
18.04.2019
Thu 15:15
PHY 5.0.21
Prof. A. Kamenev
(Professor at the Physics Department and a member of Fine Theoretical Physics Institute (FTPI) at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.)
"SYK paradigm of interacting quantum matter" (PDF)
16.04.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Dr. Valentin Kachorovskii
(Ioffe Institute, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
"Tunneling Aharonov-Bohm interferometer on helical edge states" (PDF)
09.04.2019
Tue 14:15
PHY 9.2.01
Dr. Giovanni Maria Vanacore
()
"SFB 1277: Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter"
VORTRAG ENTFÄLLT!!!
03.04.2019
Wed 15:00
PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Pablo Jarillo-Herrero
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
"Magic Angle Graphene: a New Platform for Strongly Correlated Physics" (PDF)