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Professor Bernhard Keimer

Director

Phone:49 711 689 1650Fax:49 711 689 1632

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Sonja Balkema

Secretary

Phone:49 711 689 1631Fax:49 711 689 1632

Heisenbergstr. 1 D-70569 Stuttgart

Solid State Spectroscopy

Physics of strongly correlated electron systems

The department uses neutron and X-ray diffraction and spectroscopy as well as optical spectroscopy and Raman scattering to explore the structure and dynamics of materials with strong electron correlations. We also have a strong effort in the development of new spectroscopic methods. As the close collaboration between experimentalists and theorists is essential for the progress in this field, a small theory group operates within the department.

Neutron Scattering

Raman Scattering

TRISP spectroscopy

Theory

News

Our paper on the dynamics of spiral magnets on the verge of a metal-insulator transition was selected as an Editor's choice in Physical Review Letters, already the third this year in the Physical Review journals.

Editor's choice

Our paper on the dynamics of spiral magnets on the verge of a metal-insulator transition was selected as an Editor's choice in Physical Review Letters, already the third this year in the Physical Review journals.
Prof. Ali Yazdani (Princeton University) was awarded a Research Prize by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and will be visiting our department in 2015. The Humboldt Foundation also awarded a postdoctoral fellowship to Matteo Minola, now member of the inelastic photon scattering group.

Humboldt Prize and Humboldt Fellowship

Prof. Ali Yazdani (Princeton University) was awarded a Research Prize by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and will be visiting our department in 2015. The Humboldt Foundation also awarded a postdoctoral fellowship to Matteo Minola, now member of the inelastic photon scattering group.
Alex Frano graduated with distinction from the Technical University of Berlin, and won the Springer thesis Award for his outstanding research on metal-oxide heterostructures.

Springer Thesis Award

Alex Frano graduated with distinction from the Technical University of Berlin, and won the Springer thesis Award for his outstanding research on metal-oxide heterostructures.
 
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