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Mo, 21.11.2022 - So, 27.11.2022 (Kalenderwoche 47)

Montag, 21. November 2022

Sonderveranstaltung

Mo, 21.11, 14.15 - 16.00, M 101

Dr. Alexander Petrov, MPIM Bonn

Decomposability of the de Rham complex in positive characteristics (pdf)

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Moritz Kerz


SFB 1277 - Journal Club on Single Molecules and Materials at the Atomic-Scale

Mo, 21.11, 13.15, PHY 9.1.11

Thomas Buchner, Universität Regensburg

Presented paper: "Charge-state lifetimes of single molecules on ultrathin insulating films" (abstract)


Physikalisches Kolloquium

Mo, 21.11, 16.00, H34

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Höfer, Universität Marburg und Universität Regensburg

Time-resolved photoemission: from bandstructure to orbital movies (pdf)

Antrittsvorlesung - Hybrid Kolloquium - weitere Infos hier

Gastgeber: Dekan


Dienstag, 22. November 2022

Physik

Di, 22.11, 12.30, PHY 9.2.01a

Andreas Bereczuk, Universität Regensburg

Universal HOM-type S-matrix correlations in chaotic (non-) trivial topological insulators and an improved model for the AFM and STM characteristics in Cu-based quantum corrals

Promotionskolloquium


SFB Lecture

Di, 22.11, 12.30, Online / Streaming im M 311

Muriel Aichberger

Success through Equity, Diversity & Inclusivity

Gastgeber: Prof. Kings


Oberseminar über Arakelov-Theorie

Di, 22.11, 14.15, M 102

Prof. Dr. Johannes Nicaise, Imperial College London/KU Leuven

Birational invariance of the motivic zeta function for K-trivial varieties (pdf)

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Walter Gubler, Prof. Dr. Klaus Künnemann


Seminar Prof.Bali/Braun/Lehner/Schäfer/Wettig

Di, 22.11, 15.15, PHY 4.1.12

Arunima Bhattacharya, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kalkutta, Indien

Radiative corrections and threshold resummed predictions topseudoscalarHiggs boson production

Gastgeber: Dr. Maria Pia Zurita Silvestro


Mittwoch, 23. November 2022

Oberseminar Globale Analysis

Mi, 23.11, 10.15, M 102

Prof. Thomas Fiedler, Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse

A polynomial invariant which can distinguish the orientation of knots (abstract)

Gastgeber: PD Dr. Raphael Zentner


Physik

Mi, 23.11, 10.30, PHY 9.2.01a

Lorenzo Barca, Universität Regensburg

Nucleon form factors from Lattice QCD for neutrino oscillation experiments

Promotionskollquium


SFB 1277: Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter

Mi, 23.11, 10.00, PHY 5.0.20

Dr. Lukas Hörmann, TU Graz, Austria

Modelling friction at the nanoscale (pdf)

Gastgeber: Dr. Jay Weymouth


SFB 1277: Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter

Mi, 23.11, 14.00, PHY 4.1.13

Dr. Warlley Campos, University Sao Paulo, Brazil

Multiple non-trivial phases in dual topological insulators (pdf)

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Jaroslav Fabian


Joint condensed matter theory seminar, Profs. Evers/Fabian/Grifoni/Richter/Schliemann

Mi, 23.11, 10.15, PHY 4.1.13

Adrian Seith, Universität Regensburg

Steady-State Residual Current from Ultrafast Driving of Bloch Electrons


Donnerstag, 24. November 2022

Seminar Huber

Do, 24.11, 10.00, Phy 5.1.01

Dr. Jonas Allerbeck, Empa – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology Dübendorf, Switzerland

From 2D optical spectroscopy to ultrafast quantum science at the nanoscale: Developing research tools for materials science (abstract)

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Rupert Huber


Anorganisches Kolloquium

Do, 24.11, 17.15, H 46

Dr. Anukul Jana, TIFR, Hyderabad, India

Redox Mediated Synthesis of Main-Group Based Closed- and Open-ShellCompounds

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. R. Wolf


Working Seminar über Mathematische Physik

Do, 24.11, 08.30, M 009 (online via Zoom)

Prof. Dr. Felix Finster, Universität Regensburg

On the connection between area change and matter flux for causal fermion systems


Arbeitsgruppenseminar Prof. Bunke

Do, 24.11, 12.15, M 311

Dr. Julia Semikina, Universität Münster

Cut and paste invariants of manifolds via K-theory (pdf)


Freitag, 25. November 2022

SFB 1277 - Journal Club on Everything but DC

Fr, 25.11, 12.30, PHY 8.1.09

Dr. Hans Malissa

Presented paper: "Broadband electrically detected magnetic resonance using adiabatic pulses", F. M. Hrubesch et al., Journal of Magnetic Resonance 254, 62 (2015) (abstract)


SFB 1277 - Journal Club on Two-dimensional Crystals

Fr, 25.11, 13.30, PHY 2.0.31

Dr. Nicola Paradiso, Lst. Strunk

Presented Paper: "Unconventional Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov state in a two-dimensional Ising superconductor", P.Wan et. al., Preprint (abstract)


Oberseminar Analysis

Fr, 25.11, 10.15, M 103


Seminar Prof.Bali/Braun/Lehner/Schäfer/Wettig

Fr, 25.11, 14.15, via zoom

Daniel Winderl, Universität Regensburg (Bachelor Stud.)

Ambiguity solving for the Combinatorical Kalman Filter using methods of machine learning


Oberseminar Mathematische Physik

Fr, 25.11, 14.30

no talk


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