SFB-Se­mi­nar

Das SFB-Seminar findet mit folgenden Details statt: 

  • Wochentag: Montag
  • Start: 15:15 Uhr (maximal bis 17:00 Uhr)
  • Ort: Hörsaal 100 (Heinrich-Plett-Straße 40, 34132 Kassel)

Som­mer­se­mes­ter 2019

DatumGastTitel
29.04.2019

Dr. Stefan Buhmann

Universität Freiburg

"Macroscopic quantum electrodynamics with chiral molecules: From discriminatory dispersion forces and energy transfer to photonic Bose–Einstein condensates"
06.05.2019

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")
13.05.2019

Dr. Caterina Vozzi

CNR-IFN, Institut for Photonics and Nanotechnologies, Milano

"Femtosecond chiral dynamics probed by core level spectroscopy"
20.05.2019

Dr. Gustavo Garcia
DESIRS Beamline Scientist Synchrotron Soleil, Frankreich

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

27.05.2019

Dr. Samuel Dawkins /
Dr. Daqing Wang

Experimental Physik I
Universität Kassel

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

 

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

03.06.2019

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Siemeling

Metallorganische Chemie
Universität Kassel

"Planar chirality in ferrocene chemistry"

17.06.2019

Dr. Andrey Yachmenev

Centre for Free Electron Laser Science, Hamburg

"Creating, imaging, and controlling chiral molecules with electric fields"

24.06.2019
25.06.2019

Workshop in Marburg: 
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Kuhl,

Université de Nice
Sophia Antipolis

Program 
Title (Monday.): "Computation of Molecular Chirality Signatures in the Electron Cloud"
Title (Tuesday): "Experimental microwave emulation of molecular spectra and transport through molecules based on the Hückel model"

08.07.2019

Prof. Dr. Vitanov

University Sofia
Faculty for Physics

"Efficient detection and separation of chiral molecules with 'shortcuts to adiabaticity' and composite techniques"

Win­ter­se­mes­ter 2018/19

DatumGastTitel
15.10.2018

Dr. Samuel Beaulieu

Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society / Berlin

 

"Using Attosecond and Strong-Field Physics Toolbox to Study Photoionization of Chiral Molecules"
12.11.2018

Dr. Maria Eugenia Sanz

Department of Chemistry, King’s College / London

"Odorants and Broadband Rotational Spectroscopy: What can we Learn?"
19.11.2018

Prof. Jürgen Stohner

Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften

"Small Chiral Molecules: Synthesis, Spectroscopy and Quantum Dynamics"
26.11.2018

Prof. Martin Suhm

Institut für Physikalische Chemie

Universität Göttingen

Start 4 pm!!

Robert-Bunsen-Vorlesung 2018 (LINK):

"Chirality recognition between molecules in the gas phase"

 

10.12.2018

Dr. Jason Greenwood

Queen's University of Belfast

"Asymmetric Photoelectron Emission from Chiral Molecules"
17.12.2018

Prof. Piero Decleva

Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche

Universita' di Trieste

"Chiral Effects in Molecular Photoionization: Theoretical and Computational Tools"

14.01.2019

Prof. David Patterson

University of California,

Santa Barbara

"Quantum Control of Chiral Molecules"

21.01.2019

 

Dr. Sérgio Domingos
Desy, Hamburg


M.Sc.Alexander Kastner 
Uni Kassel, Baumert Group

SFB-Internal double Feature: 

Title Domingos-Talk:
"The nature of chiral recognition: rotational signatures of the dimer topologies of styrene oxide"

Title Kastner-Talk:
"Photoelectron Circular Dichroism investigated on the Nanosecond Timescale"

04.02.2019

Prof. Olga Smirnova

Technische Universität Berlin und Max- Born Institute Berlin

"Locally and globally chiral optical fields for controlling ultrafast chiral dynamics"

11.02.2019

Prof. Laurence Barron

University of Glasgow

"Symmetry and Chirality: where Physics Shakes Hands with Chemistry and Biology"

Som­mer­se­mes­ter 2018

DatumGastTitel
09.04.2018  

Kilian Fehre

Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt

 

"Chiral signals from achiral molecules"
07.05.2018

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Gräfe

Institute for Physical Chemistry,
Abbe Center for Photonics, Jena

"Strong-field ionization of 2D molecular model systems by circularly polarized laser fields"

14.05.2018

(HS-298)

(15-17 Uhr)

Prof. Dr. Martin Quack

Physikalische Chemie, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich

"Die Spiegelsymmetrie des Raumes und die Molekulare Chiralität: Von den Symmetrieverletzungen der Physik zur Stereochemie und zur Biologischen Evolution"

24.05.2018

(HS-100)

17 Uhr

Phys. Kolloquium

Dr. Thomas Berghöfer, GENERA Project, 

DESY Hamburg

"Gender equality in Physics: Field Report of the European funded GENERA Project"

09.07.2018

(HS-100)

Dr. Jörg Götte

School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Glasgow

"Chiral optical potentials, forces and shifts"