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Programme of the CUI Graduate Days 2016

The programme can be downloaded here: poster (A1 and A2) and booklet.

Programme overview: scientific and practical and soft-skills courses.

Scientific course programme

Note that further information about the lectures can be found here.

Morning long courses (Mon-Wed, 09:30-12:30)

  • Dr. Iacopo Carusotto (INO-CNR BEC Center and University of Trento, Trento, Italy)
    Quantum fluids of light
    (CFEL, Bld. 99, Seminar room III, ground floor)
  • Dr. Jan Helbing (University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland)
    Ultrafast dynamics in the liquid phase – Spectroscopic methods and (bio-)chemical examples
    (CFEL, Bld. 99, Seminar rooms I, ground floor)
  • Prof. Stephan W. Haas (University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA)
    Phase transitions in low-dimensional systems
    (ILP, Bld. 69, Seminar room, ground floor)

Afternoon short courses (Mon-Wed, 14:00-15:30)

  • Dr. Mathieu Le Tacon (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany)
    Introduction to lattice dynamics, charge, magnetic, and orbital excitations in complex matter
    (CFEL, Bld. 99, Seminar room III, ground floor)
  • Dr. Jocelyne Vreede (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    Molecular simulation of biomolecules
    (CFEL, Bld. 99, Seminar rooms I, ground floor)
  • Prof. Dmitri V. Talapin (The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA)
    Nanocrystal assemblies: A modular approach to materials design
    (ILP, Bld. 69, Seminar room, ground floor)

 

Practical and soft-skill course programme

Morning and afternoon courses (Thu, 09:30-17:00)

  • Mr. Bernd Klein (Bodenseo, Singen, Germany)
    Introduction into Python for scientists and engineers
    (Physics Department, Jungiusstraße 9, 20355 Hamburg, Pool room 3 (No. 302), third floor)
  • Mr. Bodo P. Krause-Kyora (Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany)
    Introduction into Cuda
    (Physics Department, Jungiusstraße 9, 20355 Hamburg, Pool room 1 (No. 306), third floor)
  • Mr. Rob Thompson (RTTA – Outstanding Interpersonal Skills for Research Scientists, Frankfurt, Germany)
    Communication – Negotiate – Resolve
    (ILP, Bld. 69, Besprechungsraum 203, second floor)
  • Ms. Monica Schofield (TuTech Innovation GmbH, Hamburg, Germany)
    Start-up I: Is it for you? Developing business ideas from your own research
    (CFEL, Bld. 99, Seminar room IV, first floor; in cooperation with the PIER Helmholtz Graduate School)
  • Dr. Margarete Remmert-Rieper (TuTech Innovation GmbH, Hamburg, Germany)
    Start-up II: Setting up your own company. How to implement a successful business
    (CFEL, Bld. 99, Seminar room V, first floor; in cooperation with the PIER Helmholtz Graduate School)

 

Colloquium 

Historical review of Anderson localisation

Prof. Boris Altshuler
Columbia University, New York, USA

The colloquium will take place on Tuesday March 15, 2016, at 16:30 at the Center for Free-Electron Laser Science in the seminar rooms I-II-III (Bld. 99, ground floor).

Afterwards, food and beverages will be provided in the foyer of the CFEL building (ground floor).

 

Industry event

How to turn your innovations to money and how to protect them

Dr. Robert Riedel (Class 5 Photonics GmbH, Hamburg, Germany)

and Dr. Solveig Moré (Patent attorney, df-mp, Munich, Germany)

The presentation will take place on Wednesday March 16, 2016, at 16:30 at the Center for Free-Electron Laser Science in the seminar rooms I-II-III (Bld. 99, ground floor).

Afterwards, food and beverages will be provided in the foyer of the CFEL building (ground floor).