Die Vortragreihe bringt führende Köpfe aus allen für die Physik des Lichts relevanten Themenbereichen nach Erlangen. Sie bietet einer breiten Zielgruppe die einmalige Gelegenheit zum wissenschaftlichen Austausch mit Topwissenschaftler*innen.

Die Themen im Herbst / Winter 2020 / 2021 reichen von Terahertz-Optik mit Graphenen über die Selbstorganisation von Proteinen bis hin zu Teilchenbeschleunigern auf Computerchips. Ein Höhepunkt der Reihe wird die Vorlesung von Donna Strickland sein, Nobelpreisträgerin des Jahres 2018.  

Alle Vorträge werden um 15.00 Uhr mitteleuropäischer Zeit starten und per Videostream übertragen. Vortragssprache ist Englisch.

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Die Aufnahmen aller Vorträge, bei denen wir die Zustimmung des Sprechers bzw. der Sprecherin dafür haben, stellen wir auch auf unserem Youtube-Kanal in einer eigenen Playlist zur Verfügung.


Graphene Terahertz Photonics

Professor Dr. Mischa Bonn, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany

Calculating with photons

Professor Dirk Eglund, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Quantum mechanics in the negative mass reference frame

Professor Dr. Eugene S. Polzik, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Combs of light

Prof. habil. Tobias Kippenberg, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Translational biophotonics – from ideas to instruments

Professor Dr. Jürgen Popp, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology Jena, Germany

Secure communication with quanta

Professor Dr. Stephanie Wehner, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands

From nonlinear optics to high-intensity laser physics

Professor Dr. Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo, Canada, Nobel Laureate Physics 2018

Vergangene Vorträge:

Scalable photonics: an optimized approach

Professor Jelena Vuckovic, Stanford University, USA

Biophysics of protein aggregation

Professor Dr. Tuomas Knowles, University of Cambridge, UK

Flat Optics based on Metasurfaces

Professor Federico Capasso, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

Evolutionary Photonics: natural designs for manipulating the flow of light and colour

Professor Pete Vukusic, University of Exeter, UK

Learning, neural networks and optics

Professor Demetri Psaltis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Many-body optical excitations in solid-state systems

Professor Atac Imamoglu, Institute of Quantum Electronics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Spatio-temporal Optical Vortices

Professor Howard Milchberg, Institute for Research in Electronics & Applied Physics University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA

Solid-State Quantum Emitters: Old Friends & New

Professor Mete Atature, Cambridge University, UK

How to shrink Accelerators and Light Sources?

Professor Dr.-Ing. Franz X. Kärtner, Center for Free-Electron Laser Science, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Department of Physics & The Hamburg Center for Ultrafast Imaging (CUI), University of Hamburg, Germany

Ripples from the Dark Side of the Universe

Professor Sir James Hough FRS, Associate Director, Institute for Gravitational Research, University of Glasgow, UK

Topological Photonics and Topological Insulator Lasers

Prof. Mordechai Segev, Technion, Haifa, Israel

Simulating Condensed Matter Physics with Light

Prof. Jacqueline Bloch, Centre De Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies, Palaiseau, France

Optical Frequency Combs: Generation and Dual-Comb Applications

Prof. Ursula Keller, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

The Riemann Zeta Function and Quantum Mechanics

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang P. Schleich, Institut für Quantenphysik und Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology (IQST), Universität Ulm, Germany

Magnetism in Quantum Gases

Prof. Dan Stamper-Kurn, Berkeley University, California, USA

Quantum effects in the motion of surprisingly large objects

Prof. Jack Harris, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Quantum Internet: Vision or Fiction?

Prof. Gerhard Rempe, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany

Bose-Einstein Condensation of Light

Prof. Martin Weitz, University of Bonn, Germany

Sensing and biosensing enabled by silicon photonics: opportunities and challenges

Prof. Roel Baets, Ghent University, Belgium

Subcycle quantum physics

Prof. Rupert Huber, University of Regensburg, Germany

Watching and sensing single molecules by confining light to the atom scale

Prof. Jeremy Baumberg, University of Cambridge, UK

Contactless photon-photon interactions

Prof. Charles Adams, University of Durham, UK

3D Printing of Complex Microoptics – Merging with Plasmonic Nanooptics

Prof. Harald Giessen, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Microresonator-Based Combs and Random Number Generators

Prof. Alex Gaeta, Columbia University, New York, USA

Polariton condensates: interactions and superfluidity

Prof. Benoit Deveaud, École Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Trends and innovations in the digital energy world

Prof. Michael Weinhold, Chief Technology Officer, Siemens Energy Management Division, Siemens Erlangen, Germany

Laser spectroscopy applied to environmental and ecological research

Prof Sune Svanberg, Lund University, Sweden and South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

Applications of Laser Spectroscopy to Meet Challenges in Medicine

Prof Katarina Svanberg Lund University, Sweden and South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

Atom interferometers measuring the fine structure constant and probing the dark sector

Prof Holger Müller, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Quantum optics and quantum information with trapped ions

Prof Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler, University of Mainz, Germany

Quantum simulations with atoms in nano-structures

Prof Ignacio Cirac, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany

Probing physics at TeV by measuring aeV

Prof Edward A. Hinds, Imperial College London, UK

Semiconductor devices for quantum technologies

Prof Jonathan Finley, Technische Universität München, Germany

Topological Phases of Sound and Light

Prof Florian Marquardt, FAU Erlangen, Germany

From electric quantum walks to the quest for exactly two interacting quantum atoms

Prof Dieter Meschede, University of Bonn, Germany

Quantum Imaging and the Role of Information

Prof Anton Zeilinger, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Vienna, Austria

Quantum Optics with Cold Atoms

Prof Peter Zoller, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Innsbruck, Austria

Superfluid Fermi gases

Prof Christophe Salomon, Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, Paris, France

Quantum microwave photonics

Prof Andreas Wallraff, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

The quantum way of doing computations

Prof Rainer Blatt, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Juggling with photons and raising Schrödinger cats of light in a cavity

Prof Serge Haroche, Collège de France, Paris, France

Spin Hall Effect for Electrons and Photons

Prof Henry van Driel, Department of Physics, University of Toronto, Canada

From Extreme Nonlinear Optics to Ultrafast Atomic Physics

Prof Anne L'Huillier, Department of Physics, Lund University, Sweden

Quantum cascade lasers comb spectrometers

Prof Jérôme Faist, Quantum Optoelectronics Group, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Fiber-Laser Driven Accelerators and the path to Attosecond X-ray Lasers

Prof Robert L. Byer, Applied Physics, Stanford University, USA

Nanophotonics: gauge field for photons and control of heat

Prof Shanhui Fan, Stanford University, Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford, USA

Quantum optics with excitons in semiconductors

Prof Elisabeth Giacobino CNRS, École normale supérieure, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

Atomic and Molecular Processes in Strong Fields at the LCLS X-ray Laser

Prof Philip Bucksbaum, Stanford PULSE Institute, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University, USA

Rydberg blockade for manipulating atomic and photonic qubits

Prof Philippe Grangier, Institut d'Optique, Palaiseau, France

Green Photonics – optical solutions for the future

Prof Andreas Tünnermann, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering, Jena; Friedrich Schiller University, Jena

Attosecond Photonics: What we learn by transforming many photons into one

Paul Corkum, University of Ottawa

Coherent Back Scattering and Anderson Localization of Ultra Cold Atoms

Prof Alain Aspect, Institut d'Optique, Palaiseau France

Controlling and Exploring Quantum Matter

Prof Immanuel Bloch, Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Munich

Plasmonics: From quantum effects to fano interference and light harvesting

Prof Peter Nordlander, Department of Physics, Rice University, Houston

Femtosecond Optics: More Than Just Really Fast

Prof Erich Ippen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

Dressing Molecules and Materials with the Vacuum Field

Prof Thomas Ebbesen, University of Strasbourg

Exploring new frontiers of quantum optical science

Prof Mikhail Lukin, Harvard University

Magneto-optics of quantum systems and nano-imaging

Prof Jörg Wrachtrup, Universität Stuttgart

Classical radiation theory and Planck's constant

Prof Harry Paul, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Controlling spontaneous emission with surface waves

Prof Jean-Jacques Greffet, Institut d‘Optique, Paris

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