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Mo, 13.11.2023 - So, 19.11.2023 (Kalenderwoche 46)

Montag, 13. November 2023

SFB 1277: Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter

Mo, 13.11, 13.30, PHY

Dr. Farsane Tabataba-Vakili, LMU M├╝nchen, Deutschland

The rich world of two-dimensional semiconductors: On lattice reconstruction in MoSe2-WSe2 heterobilayers and doping-control of excitons and magnetism in few-layer CrSBr (pdf)

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. John Lupton


Physikalisches Kolloquium

Mo, 13.11, 16.00, H34

Prof. Dr. Karen Alim, Technische Universit├Ąt M├╝nchen

Lesson from smart slime: From memory to behaviour (pdf)

Gastgeber: PD Dr. Magdalena Marganska-Lyzniak


Higher Invariants Oberseminar (HIOB)

Mo, 13.11, 12.15 - 13.45, M 311

Giacomo Bertizzolo , SFB 1085

The cotangent complex (abstract)


Dienstag, 14. November 2023

SFB Lecture

Di, 14.11, 12.30, M 311

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang L├╝ck, Universit├Ąt Bonn

A survey on the Farrell-Jones Conjecture (pdf)

Gastgeber: C. Winges


SFB 1277: Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter

Di, 14.11, 14.15, H34

Dr. Carolin Gold, Columbia University, New York

From microscopic properties to macroscopic electronic transport: Bridging different length scales in van der Waals materials (pdf)

Gastgeber: Dr. Angelika Knothe


Mittwoch, 15. November 2023

Oberseminar Globale Analysis

Mi, 15.11, 10.15, M 102

Marcel Bigorajski , Universit├Ąt G├Âttingen

Generalized Seiberg-Witten Equations and where to find them

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Stefan Friedl


Clean Room Club

Mi, 15.11, 12.15, PHY 8.1.09

Lea Pfaffinger

Metallization and lift-off


Physik

Mi, 15.11, 18.00, PHY 9.2.01a

Daniel Gr├╝nbaum, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Causal modelling and validation based on observational data and domain knowledge

Promotionskolloquium


Seminar - Scanning Probe Microscopy

Mi, 15.11, 10.15, PHY 5.0.20

Maximillian Kr├╝ger, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Characterisation of single nickel adatoms on Cu(111) using atomic force microscopy


Working Seminar ├╝ber Mathematische Physik

Mi, 15.11, 10.15, M101

Marco van den Beld Serrano, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Probing baryogenesis in specific spacetimes I (abstract)

Gastgeber: Prof. Felix Finster


Donnerstag, 16. November 2023

Physik

Do, 16.11, 12.00, PHY 9.2.01a

Iaroslav Zhumagulov, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Theoretical investigation of the interplay of proximity-induced spin interactions and correlated phenomena in multilayer prgaphene systems

Promotionskolloquium


Festk├Ârpertheorie-Kolloquium

Do, 16.11, 15.15, PHY 5.0.21

Prof. Soumya Bera, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Band-center metal-insulator transition in bond-disordered graphene (pdf)

Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Evers


Arbeitsgruppenseminar Prof. Bunke

Do, 16.11, 12.15, M 311

Dr. Pavel Sechin, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Cohomological invariants of quadrics via Morava motives

Gastgeber: Prof. Bunke (AG-Seminar)


Seminar Lst.Weiss

Do, 16.11, 13.30, PHY 9.2.01

Simon Reinhardt, Uni Regensburg

Magnetochiral vortex ratchet efect in two-dimensional superconductor/semiconductor Josephson junction arrays


Oberseminar IntComSin

Do, 16.11, 14.15, M104

Prof. Dr. Tim Laux, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Compact Course "Introduction to Geometric Measure Theory"


Freitag, 17. November 2023

Physik

Fr, 17.11, 13.00, PHY 5.0.20

Moritz Frankerl, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Investigating spin-orbit induced dynamics and Jahn-Teller distortion in charged copper-phthalocyanine

Promotionskolloquium


SFB-Seminar

Fr, 17.11, 10.15, M 311

Dr. Marco Volpe, MPI Bonn

Traces of dualizable categories and functoriality of Becker-Gottlieb transfers

Gastgeber: N. Kipp


SFB 1277 - Journal Club on Everything but DC

Fr, 17.11, 12.00, PHY 8.1.09

Akong N. Loh

Presented paper: "Cooling and self-oscillation in a nanotube electromechanical resonator", C. Urgell et al., Nature Physics 16, 32 (2020) (abstract)


Oberseminar IntComSin

Fr, 17.11, 14.15, M 104

Prof. Dr. Tim Laux, Universit├Ąt Regensburg

Compact Course "Introduction to Geometric Measure Theory"


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