Sommersemester 2007

DatumGastTitel des Vortrages
30.04.2007Dr. Kamal Priya Singh, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme,
"Femtosecond Dynamics of Atomic Photoionization Under Noise"
07.05.2007Prof. Dr. Beate Röder,
AG Photobiophysik,
Humboldt-Universität Berlin
"Photosensibilisierte Singulettsauerstoff-Generierung von Tetrapyrolen"
14.05.2007Prof. Dr. Kunie Ishioka,
Tsukuba, Japan
"Coherent Optical Phonons in Diamond and Graphite"
21.05.2007Prof. Dr. Matias Bargheer, Institut für Physik,
Universität Potsdam
"Femtosecond X-ray Diffraction - What do we learn from watching atomic motion"
04.06.2007Prof. Dr. Bernd v. Issendorff, Fakultät für Physik,
Universität Freiburg
"Angle resolved photoelectron spectroscopy on free size selected sodium clusters"
25.06.2007PD Dr. Alejandro Saenz, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Institut für Physik,
Moderne Optik
"Atoms and Molecules in intense laser fields: from simple models to ab initio treatment"
09.07.2007Dr. Claus Peter Schulz, Max-Born-Institut,
"Photoinduced processes in large finite systems: C60 and small peptides in intense short and taylored laser pulses"
16.07.2007Prof. Dr. Regina de Vivie-Riedle,
Theoretische Femtochemie,
LMU München
"Controlling reaction and functionality by light"