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Die, 31. Mai 11, 17:30

Einladung der Chemisch Physikalischen Gesellschaft zum Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Klaus Heinz, Lehrstuhl für Festkörperphysik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Structural Analysis of Surfaces

Abstract: The knowledge of the crystallographic structure of a surface, i.e. the positions of atoms within a certain slabof a surface, is essential for the quantitative understanding of the...

Mon, 30. Mai 11, 17:30

Einladung zum Wiener Physikalischen Kolloquium mit Prof. Dr. Martin Weitz, Institut für Angewandte Physik, Universität Bonn

Bose-Einstein-condensation of photons

Bose-Einstein condensation, the macroscopic ground state accumulation of particles with integer spin (bosons) at low temperature and high density, has been observed...

Mon, 23. Mai 11, 17:30

Einladung zum Wiener Physikalischen Kolloquium mit Prof. Dr. Karsten Danzmann, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics and Leibniz Universität Hannover

Listening to the Universe with Einstein's Gravitational Waves

More than 90 years ago, Einstein predicted the existence of Gravitational Waves as a consequence of his theory of General Relativity. They are minute distortions of...

Don, 19. Mai 11, 16:30

Einladung zum V E R A - S E M I N A R von Anita Quiles, Laboratoire de Mesure du Carbone 14, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

Establishment of an absolute chronology for the18th Egyptian Dynasty

Abstract: The establishment of an absolute chronology for Ancient Egypt is an ambitionwhich has concentrated efforts of many scholars since the beginning of...

Die, 17. Mai 11, 17:30

Einladung der Chemisch Physikalischen Gesellschaft zum Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Louis Lyons, Particle and Nuclear Physics Department, Oxford University, UK

Bayes versus Frequentism: the return of an old statisticalcontroversy

Abstract: These two very different approaches to analysing data are described and contrasted, usingexamples both from every-day life and from the world of...

Die, 17. Mai 11, 17:30

Einladung zum Vortrag von Dr. Harold Steinacker, Mathematical Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna

From matrix models to gauge theory, quantum geometry and gravity

Abstract: A fundamental problem in theoretical physics is the quest for a quantum theory of fundamental interactions including gravity. We will discuss a...

Die, 17. Mai 11, 16:45

Einladung zum Vortrag von Dr. Oleg Lebedev, DESY, Theory Group, Hamburg, Germany

The flavor puzzle and the Higgs

Abstract: One of the outstanding problems of the Standard Model of particle physics is the flavor puzzle, that is, why masses of elementary fermions range over many orders of magnitude. I will...

Die, 17. Mai 11, 16:00

Einladung zum Vortrag von Dr. Sabine Andergassen, Institute for Theory of Statistical Physics RWTH, Aachen, Germany

Correlation effects in transport through quantum dots: renormalization-group approaches

Abstract: We investigate the effect of Coulomb interactions on the electronic transport through quantum dots. Using recently developed...

Die, 17. Mai 11, 14:45

Einladung zum Vortrag von MMag. Dr. Mark Heinzle, Gravitational Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna

Cosmology and singular spacetimes

Abstract: Understanding the evolution of our universe has become one of the great challenges in modern physics. We need to explain the `dark energy' that drives the current accelerated...

Die, 17. Mai 11, 14:00

Einladung zum Vortrag von Dr. Paul M. Winkler, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Colorado, USA

Aerosol Dynamics on the Nanoscale

Abstract: One of the most challenging aspects related to aerosol research is the highly dynamic behavior of aerosols. Nanoparticles may be formed spontaneously from the gas phase, particle...

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