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Don, 22. Jun 17, 16:30

Davide Mazzotti (Italy): SCAR spectroscopy for radiocarbon measurements

Radiocarbon optical detection, based on infrared laser spectroscopy, was originally proposed long time ago [1]. About 30 years later, our research group developed a novel high-sensitivity spectroscopic technique, named...

Don, 22. Jun 17, 14:00

Manfried Faber (Vienna): About the influence of gravitational waves on circular moving topological solitons with long range interaction

The majority of physicists wants to quantize gravity. To unify gravity and particle physics there is another possibility, a geometrization of particle physics. We will present some ideas in this direction. I will give some short...

Die, 20. Jun 17, 17:30

Golta Khatibi (Vienna): Alternative accelerated qualification methods for electronic components

Vortrag im Rahmen der Chemisch Physikalischen Gesellschaft

The rapid technological advancements and market demands in the electronic sector require application of highly accelerated, still practice relevant reliability...

Mon, 19. Jun 17, 17:00

Michèle Heurs (Germany): The dawning era of gravitational wave astronomy

The announcement of the first direct detection of gravitational waves (the merger of a binary black hole system) in February 2016 has heralded the new era of gravitational wave astronomy. It opens a new window to the universe,...

Mon, 19. Jun 17, 16:00

S. N. Klimin (Belgium): Electron-phonon interaction in SrTiO3

Strontium titanate is a unique material which exhibits interesting features which are not encountered in conventional polar crystals at the same conditions. It becomes a superconductor at unusually low carrier densities. This...

Die, 13. Jun 17, 17:30

Christina E. Lekka (Greece): Metal-graphene / carbon nanotubes hybrids by density functional theory

Vortrag im Rahmen der Chemisch Physikalischen Gesellschaft

Metallic nanostructures on graphene and Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) have attracted considerable attention due to their potential applications in electronic nanodevices,...

Mon, 12. Jun 17, 16:00

Valerio Bellini (Italy): Magnetic molecules on surfaces: a DFT look into molecular spintronics

One of the main research lines in magnetism is to embed the spin degrees of freedom into a molecular unit, taking advantage of the monodispersity of an ensemble of synthesized molecules with identical properties. The field of...

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