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Monday - 03rd. June - 15:15 hrs - HS 100 - Cam­pus HPS, Kas­sel

Prof. Dr. Siemeling
"Planar chirality in ferrocene chemistry"

Metallorganische Chemie
Universität Kassel

Monday - 27th May - 15:15 hrs - HS 100 - Cam­pus HPS, Kas­sel (Kopie 1)

Dr. Samuel Dawkins
"Recognition and Conversion of a Single Cold Chiral Molecule (Proposal)"

Dr. Daqing Wang:
"Examine Chirality using Light Forces and Matter-Wave Interference: a Proposal"

Experimental Physik I
Universität Kassel

Monday - 20th May - 15:15 hrs - HS 100 - Cam­pus HPS, Kas­sel

Dr. Gustavo Garcia
DESIRS Beamline Scientist
Synchrotron SOLEIL, France

“Recent physical and analytical insights on photoelectron circular dichroism at DESIRS“

Monday - 13. May - 15:15 hrs - HS 100 - Cam­pus HPS, Kas­sel

Dr. Caterina Vozzi
CNR-IFN, Institut for Photonics and Nanotechnologies, Milano

"Femtosecond chiral dynamics probed by core level spectroscopy"

Monday - 06. May - 15:15 hrs - HS 100 - Cam­pus HPS, Kas­sel

Prof. Dr. Holger Lyre
Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg

"Handedness and the metaphysics of space: mirror symmetry, incongruent counterparts and parity violation"
("Metaphysik im "Handumdrehen": Spiegelsymmetrie, inkongruente Gegenstücke und Paritätsverletzung")

Monday - 29. April 15:15 hrs - HS 100 - Cam­pus HPS, Kas­sel

Dr. Stefan Buhmann
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

“Macroscopic quantum electrodynamics with chiral molecules: From discriminatory dispersion forces and energy transfer to photonic Bose–Einstein condensates“

Art­icle pub­lished on March 8th, 2019

"Enantioselective fragmentation of an achiral molecule in a strong laser field"
K. Fehre, S. Eckart, M. Kunitski, M. Pitzer, S. Zeller, C. Janke, D. Trabert, J. Rist, M. Weller, A. Hartung, L. P. H. Schmidt, T. Jahnke, R. Berger, R. Dörner, M. S. Schöffler

Article published on March 8th, 2019: Read More

Re­port­ing for sci­entific pub­lic­a­tion

Alexander Blech

Sci­ence Slam

Alexander Blech, researcher in the CRC ELCH, was awarded second place at the Q-Science Slam 2019 in Stuttgart with his contribution "Spieglein, Spieglein".