Seminars

2018

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Guest

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04.07.18 02:00 pm 4 D 2

Oleg Sushkov
University of New South Wales, School of Physics, Sydney, Australia Nature of the spin liquid phase in lightly doped t-J model and
origin of the hourglass/wineglass dispersion in cuprates
15.06.18 11:00 am 7 D 2

Hilary Noad
Physics of Quantum Materials Dept., Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany Visualizing inhomogeneity in superconducting transitions with scanning SQUID
11.06.18 01:30 pm 4 D 2

Indra Dasgupta
Department of Solid State Physics & Center for Advanced Materials Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science Jadavpur, Kolkata, India Filling induced Emergent Phases in Iridium based Oxides
14.05.18 02:00 pm 4 D 2

Suchitra Sebastian
Cambridge University, England Robust High Field Superconductivity in the Cuprates
07.05.18 01:00 pm 7 D 2

Ali Yazdani
Princeton University, New Jersey, USA Visualizing nematic and ferroelectric quantum Hall phases with the STM
30.04.18 01:00 pm 4 D 2

Davide Betto
ESRF Grenoble, France Spin waves in Ni compounds: a RIXS study
17.04.18 02:00 pm 7 D 2

Yuan Li
Peking University, Internat. Center for Quantum Materials, Peking, China Topological Spin Excitations in a Highly Interconnected 3D Spin Lattice
13.04.18 11:00 am 7 D 2

Mads Weber
ETH Zurich, Department of Materials, Laboratory for Multifunctional Ferroic Materials, Zurich, Switzerland Second harmonic generation: What we can do and why it can be of interest for high-temperature superconductors
06.04.18 11:00 am 7 D 2

Lichen Wang
Peking University, Internat. Center for Quantum Materials, Peking, China Photon scattering for Cu2+ from high-Tc to spin chains
28.03.18 03:00 pm 4 D 2

Hao Chu
Ultrafast Solid State Spectroscopy Group, MPI-FKF, Stuttgart, Germany Nonlinear and ultrafast optical investigations of Srn+1IrnO3n+1 compounds
08.03.18 02:00 pm 4 D 2

Andrea Taroni
Nature Physics, Great Britain Inside Nature Physics
05.02.18 02:00 pm 4 D 2

Alejandro Ruiz
University of California, Dept. of Physics, Berkeley CA, USA Correlations and intertwined states in 3D Mott-Kitaev β-Li2IrO3 driven by magnetic field
02.02.18 11:00 am 7 D 2

Yishu Wang
California Institute of Technology / CIT, Dept. of Physics, Pasadena CA, USA Antiferromagnetic quantum phase transitions: continuous tuning and direct probes of competing states
23.01.18 10:00 am 2 R 4

Amit Keren
Department of Physics, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel Is magnetism relevant to cuprate superconductivity: lanthanides versus charge compensated 123?
 
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