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Health - Physics - 12.08.2015
Attosecond Electron Catapult
Attosecond Electron Catapult
A team of physicists and chemists has studied the interaction of light with tiny glass particles The relationship between strong laser pulses and glass nanoparticles is a special one - one that could influence medical methods, as scientists from Rostock, Munich, and Berlin have discovered.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 28.07.2015
Mechanics between Two Worlds
Theoretical Physicists at Freie Universität Berlin Develop New Insights into Interface between Classical and Quantum Worlds Scientists at Freie Universität Berlin in the group of physics professor Jens Eisert developed a novel method for gaining insight into the complex behavior of mechanical systems at the micro and nano scale.

Physics - Administration - 08.07.2015
Millions in Funding for Particle Physics in Heidelberg
Particle physicists at Heidelberg University have been awarded funding for their research at the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva. Over the next three years, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will provide more than nine million euros for work on the ATLAS, ALICE, and LHCb experiments at the LHC.

Physics - 09.06.2015
Closing in on the Phenomenon of Superconductivity With a Two-dimensional Atomic Gas
Closing in on the Phenomenon of Superconductivity With a Two-dimensional Atomic Gas
Using an exotic quantum superfluid that originates in a two-dimensional atomic gas, researchers from Heidelberg University are closing in on the phenomenon of superconductivity. The team headed by Selim Jochim of the Institute for Physics is using this special gas as a model system to more easily study the largely unknown mechanism of the superfluid phase transition in 2D structures.

Physics - 11.05.2015
Ruperto Carola Receives Research Training Group to Develop Novel Particle Detectors
Research and development of novel detector technologies to identify and measure elementary particles is the topic of a new Research Training Group (RTG) that will be established at the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy of Heidelberg University. It is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). After successful evaluation by an international expert panel, the "HighRR - High Resolution and High Rate Detectors in Nuclear and Particle Physics" Research Training Group receives about 3.7 million euros over a period of four and a half years.