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today: 2015/07/01
  Institutskolloquium
Max-Born-Saal, 16:00 h   Prof. Dr. Danielle Dowek
Institut des Sciences MolÚculaires d'Orsay, UniversitÚ Paris Sud
Molecular frame photoemission: a sensitive probe of both electronic/nuclear photodynamics and the complete polarization state of ionizing light
 
  
tomorrow: donnerstags 09:00 -11:00 w÷chentlich
  Lehrveranstaltung: Vorlesung
Prof. Misha Ivanov
Max-Born-Institut
Nichtlineare Optik
 
  
tomorrow: donnerstags 11:00 - 13:00 Uhr
  Lehrveranstaltung: Vorlesung
Prof. Dr. Thomas Elsńsser
Max-Born-Institut
Kurzzeitspektroskopie II - Physik ultraschneller Prozesse
 
  
28th May 2015: Are rogue waves predictable?
A comparative analysis of rogue waves in different physical systems comes to the surprising conclusion that these rare events are not completely unpredictable. ... more.
 
10th April 2015: Rubicon fellowship for Geert Reitsma
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) rewards MBI researcher Geert Reitsma a prestigious Rubicon Grant for his proposal "Filming biomolecules in action". With this grant he will continue his career at the MBI.. ... more.
 
26th March 2015: Fast Gold
A new laser plasma acceleration scheme for heavy ions is found, leading to a significant boost of their
kinetic energy by Coulomb explosion. ... more.
 
24th March 2015: Classical or not? Physics of nanoplasmas
The interaction of an intense laser pulse with a nanometer-scale particle results in the generation of an expanding nanoplasma. In the past, nanoplasma dynamics were typically described by classical phenomena, like the thermal emission of electrons. In contrast, a new study on the interaction of intense near-infrared (NIR) laser pulses with molecular oxygen clusters now demonstrates that phenomena, which can only be described quantummechanically, play an important role. ... more.
 
11th February 2015: New Insights into the photophysics of the DNA base thymin
DNA stores our genetic code. Solar UV radiation has sufficiently high energy to basically break bonds of the DNA and thus cause DNA damage. Although DNA (e. g. in our skin cells) is exposed to intense UV light irradiation, DNA proves to be surprising photostable. ... more.
 
10th February 2015: Nonlinear resonance disaster in the light of ultrashort pulses
Ultrashort light pulses from modern lasers enable temporal resolution of even the fastest processes in molecules or solid-state materials. ... more.
 

 

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