September 1st - 4th, 2015 navigation

Plenary Talks & Public Lectures

Plenary Talks

Stefan Hell, Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry (2014)
Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie Göttingen
"Nanoscopy with focused light"

François R. Bouchet, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
"Cosmology with the Planck satellite"

Ambrogio Fasoli, EPFL Lausanne
"Physics challenges for burning plasmas"

Georg Kresse, Universität Wien
"Beyond density functional theory: efficient many body techniques for condensed matter"

Klaus Kirch, ETH Zürich & PSI Villigen
"Precision particle physics at low energies"

Bruno Leibundgut, Europäische Südsternwarte (ESO), München
"The ESO science capabilities"

Joël Mesot, PSI Villigen
"SwissFEL: science opportunities at the newest facility of the Paul Scherrer Institute"

Gerhard Meyer, IBM Rüschlikon
"Scanning probe microscopy of single atoms/molecules on insulating films"

Thomas Müller, TU Wien
"Optoelectronics in two-dimensional atomic crystals"

Arno Rauschenbeutel, TU Wien
"Chiral interaction of light and matter in confined geometries"

Gijs Wuite, Universität Amsterdam
"Acoustic Force Spectroscopy"

Public Lectures

Tuesday, September 1st, 19.45,
Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen, University of Copenhagen, Danish Meteorological Institute
"The future of Earth's climate - is it really in our hands?"

and on

Thursday, September 3rd, 19.45.
Cornelia Denz, University of Münster,
Lise-Meitner-Lecture:
"Licht hinter Gittern - Wie holographische Verfahren Materie strukturieren und anordnen können"

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