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 Karl Franzens University Graz

Graz University of Technology 

TUG/KFU Physics Colloquium Winter 2015

 

- Tuesday 27 October 2015      KFU HS 5.01

17:00 - 18:00

The Role of the Supramolecular and Electronic Structure in the Performance of Molecular Diodes
Prof. Christian A. Nijhuis , Chemistry Department, National University of Singapore
http://staff.science.nus.edu.sg/~christiannijhuis/index.html
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Tuesday 03 November 2015      TUG P2

16:00 - 17:30

Frontiers of Entangled Photons in Quantum Imaging and Quantum Communication
Prof. Dr. Anton Zeilinger, University of Vienna & Austrian Academy of Sciences
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- Tuesday 10 November 2015      KFU HS 5.01

17:00 - 18:00

Quantum Dots on a Knife’s Edge: Plasmonic Wedge Waveguides and Resonators with Integrated Quantum Emitters
Prof. Dr. David J. Norris, Optical Materials Engineering Laboratory, ETH Zurich, Leonhardstrasse 21, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland
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Tuesday 17 November 2015      TUG P2

17:15 - 18:15

From STED Microscopy to STED Lithography
Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Klar, Institut für Angewandte Physik, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Österreich
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Tuesday 01 December 2015      TUG P2

17:15 - 18:15

From thin film growth in plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition to interface engineering in (plasma-assisted) atomic layer deposition
Dr. Mariadriana Creatore, TU Eindhoven, Department of Applied Physics, Plasma and Materials Processing group
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Tuesday 15 December 2015      TUG P2

17:15 - 18:15

Interaction of Ferromagnetic and Superconducting Permanent Magnets – Superconducting Levitation
Prof. Dr. Ludwig Schultz, Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden (IFW Dresden)
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Tuesday 12 January 2016      TUG P2

17:15 - 18:15

Advanced transmission electron microscopy for the development of high‐efficiency solar cells
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Jäger, Institute for Materials Science, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel
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