Event Calendar

September 2018
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Jimin Zhao

from 15:00 to 16:00

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Joseph Orenstein

from 10:30 to 11:30

Andrew P. Mackenzie

from 14:30 to 15:30

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Yong-Jae Kim

from 15:00 to 16:00

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Dong Zhu

from 14:00 to 15:00

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Arunangshu Debnath

from Sep 28, 2018 14:00 to Oct 5, 2018 17:00

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Arunangshu Debnath

from Sep 28, 2018 14:00 to Oct 5, 2018 17:00

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Arunangshu Debnath

from Sep 28, 2018 14:00 to Oct 5, 2018 17:00

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Simone Latini receives Humboldt fellowship

April 03, 2018
Simone Latini from the MPSD’s theory department has been awarded a Humboldt fellowship for postdoctoral researchers. His work focuses on the theoretical description of excited states of matter and how such states can be controlled using tailored light pulses. [more]
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Andrea Cavalleri honoured with Isakson Prize

March 20, 2018
Professor Andrea Cavalleri has been awarded the 2018 Frank Isakson Prize for Optical Effects in Solids by the APS. The Society quotes Professor Cavalleri’s “pioneering contributions to the development and application of ultra-fast optical spectroscopy to condensed matter systems.”  [more]
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Splicing together a thin film in motion

March 15, 2018
MPSD researcher Dr. Kenneth Beyerlein provides a new approach to imaging thin films on the atomic scale, using an algorithm for image recovery that splices together a sequence of frames in time. The algorithm is showcased in a publication of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) by recovering the response of a Neodymium Nickelate thin film to a disturbance initiated at its interface. [more]
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Good Vibrations feel the force

February 22, 2018
By measuring the highly unusual atomic trajectories under extreme electromagnetic transients, the MPSD group could reconstruct how rigid the atomic bonds are at large distances from the equilibrium arrangements. This promises new insights into the mechanical properties of matter and their instability near phase changes. [more]
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2D materials generate HHG like atoms

February 16, 2018
Scientists from the MPSD’s theory department have shown that two-dimensional crystals can be used as an alternative to atoms and molecules to generate high-order harmonics. [more]
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Magnetic responses in non-magnetic layers

February 12, 2018
Circularly polarized phonons produce a valley-dependent dynamic spin state as a result of strong spin-phonon coupling, which can be developed as a vehicle for quantum computation or spintronics applications. [more]
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Two MPSD scientists receive Marie Curie action grants

February 08, 2018
Tang and Jornet-Somoza to work on fermions and nanoelectronics [more]

Superconductors earn their stripes

February 02, 2018
MPSD scientists have provided first evidence of a hidden superconducting state above the superconducting transition temperature in cuprates. Their paper has been published in Science. [more]
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Max Born Prize 2018 for MPSD director Angel Rubio

November 24, 2017
The managing director of the MPSD, Prof Angel Rubio, is to receive the German Physical Society’s Max Born Prize 2018. The Society (the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, or DPG) is honouring Prof Rubio, who is the head of the MPSD’s Theory Department, for his leading role in computer-based condensed matter physics and his predictions on the properties of matter in low dimensions. [more]
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More than 10,000 visitors set new Open Day record

November 09, 2017
Thousands of people took part in experiments and attended lectures during the Open Day at the CFEL building. With a total of 10,477 visitors at CFEL and more than 20,000 across the DESY site, the attendance was well above the last Open Day in 2015. [more]
 
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