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Information about the scientific course programme

Here you can find further information about the scientific course programme of the Graduate Days of CUI 2019 like abstracts and eventually the notes or slides of the lecturers.

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

Hybrid optomechanics with atoms and membranes. Prof. Philipp Treutlein (Department of Physics, Universität Basel, Switzerland)

Course overview and prerequisites for its attendance can be viewed here.

Lecture material: TBP

 

2D-IR spectroscopy: Protein dynamics, ultrafast structure determination and steering photochemistry. Prof. Jens Bredenbeck (Institute of Biophysics, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany)

Course overview and prerequisites for its attendance can be viewed here.

Lecture material: TBP

 

Density functional theory. Dr. Klaas Giesbertz (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Course overview and prerequisites for its attendance can be viewed here.

Lecture material: TBP

 

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

Polaron physics in ultracold atoms and solid-state materials. Dr. Richard Schmidt (Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany)

Course overview and prerequisites for its attendance can be viewed here.

Lecture material: TBP

 

Femtochemistry and surface physics. Prof. Wilfried Wurth (Center for Free-Electron Laser Science CFEL, Universität Hamburg, and DESY Photon Science, Germany)

Course overview and prerequisites for its attendance can be viewed here.

Lecture material: TBP

 

Cellular imaging and nanoanalytics to study neurodegeneration: From nanomechanical sensors to single cell visual proteomics. Dr. Thomas Braun (Center for Cellular Imaging and Nanoanalytics, Universität Basel, Switzerland)

Course overview and prerequisites for its attendance can be viewed here.

Lecture material: TBP