Physik nanostrukturierter Systeme

J. P. Kotthaus, S. Ludwig, E. M. Weig, A. Högele

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Sektion Physik
Montag, 13.30 Uhr - 15.00 Uhr

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20.04.2009

Sebastian Stapfner

LMU München

"Cavity-optomechanics in sub-wavelength range "

27.04.2009

Mario Agio

Nano-Optics Group, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zurich,     

     Switzerland

“On the coupling between photons and nano-objects in free space”

04.05.2009

Dr. Martin Geller
                           
Experimentalphysik, Universität Duisburg-Essen

“Time-resolved measurements of electron tunneling from self-assembled quantum dots”

11.05.2009

Prof. Bettina Lotsch

Chemie LMU

"Smart photonic crystal optical sensors"
18.05.2009

Quirin Unterreithmeier  und  Thomas Faust                           

LMU München

"Characterization of (Non-)Linear Dynamics in NEMS via Novel Transduction    
     Schemes"

25.05.2009

Prof. Axel Lorke
                           
Experimentalphysik, Universität Duisburg-Essen

“Properties and Applications of Nanoparticles from the Gas Phase”
01.06.2009 Pfingstmontag  
08.06.2009

Matthias Benecke,Jan Glückert
                           
LMU München

Benecke: "Phase-sensitive transport of electrons through nanostructures"
Glückert:"Spectroscopy of single wall carbon nanotubes"
15.06.2009

Johannes Rieger
                           
LMU  München

"Combining nanomechanics and silicon nitride photonic crystal structures"
22.06.2009

Prof. Peter Hommelhoff

MPQ

"Ultrafast electron emission from old and
new materials - basics and applications"
06.07.2009

Jochen Weber

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart

"Single-Electron-Transistors on a Scanning-Probe-Microscopy tip-array probing eddy currents in two- dimensional electron systems"

13.07.2009

Prof. Alexander Govorov
                           
Department of Physics & Astronomy, Ohio University,  USA

“Exciton-plasmon interactions
and energy transfer in nanostructures”
20.07.2009

Dr. Markus Weber
Experimental Quantum Physics
LMU MÜnchen

"Towards a Loophole-free test of Bell's inequality with a pair of entangled atoms"