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Chemistry - Physics - 17.04.2024
Tracking electrons with attosecond lasers

Chemistry - Physics - 15.04.2024
European Research Council awards Armido Studer an Advanced Grant
European Research Council awards Armido Studer an Advanced Grant

Physics - Research Management - 11.04.2024
ERC Advanced Grant Awarded to Physicist Tobias Kampfrath for His Research into Orbitronics at Terahertz Frequencies

Chemistry - Physics - 11.04.2024
ERC Advanced Grant: 2.5 Million Euros for Tobias Brixner
ERC Advanced Grant: 2.5 Million Euros for Tobias Brixner

Health - Physics - 11.04.2024
Three ERC Advanced Grants for TUM researchers
Three ERC Advanced Grants for TUM researchers

Physics - Event - 03.04.2024
Further news

Physics - Innovation - 28.03.2024
Transporting spin information at the speed of light
Transporting spin information at the speed of light
Scientists have successfully modulated magnetic information using electrical pulses while converting it into a polarized light signal.

Physics - Chemistry - 25.03.2024
Switching molecules with quantum mechanics
Switching molecules with quantum mechanics

Physics - Materials Science - 22.03.2024
Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat Marks Its 1000th Publication
Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat Marks Its 1000th Publication
One of the benchmarks used to measure the success of research is the volume of publications in esteemed journals.

Physics - Environment - 20.03.2024
From environmental analysis to the treatment of diseases: Short course provides insights into practical microfluidics
From environmental analysis to the treatment of diseases: Short course provides insights into practical microfluidics

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 18.03.2024
'Neutrinos are very difficult to detect'
’Neutrinos are very difficult to detect’
"IceCube" spokesperson Ignacio Taboada reports on the progress of the experiment Researchers from several countries are using the IceCube experiment to search for neutrinos in the ice at the South Pole. These difficult-to-detect particles reach Earth from the cosmos. About 220 of the physicists involved in the experiment meet for the first time at the University of Münster from 18 to 22 March for the spring meeting of the IceCube collaboration.

Physics - Research Management - 14.03.2024
Finding New Answers with the Nuclear Clock
A new and more precise way of measuring time is the aim of an international research project in which Würzburg physicist Adriana Pálffy-Buß is involved. The results could also help in the search for dark matter. The global navigation system GPS, digital data traffic in the telephone network, measuring the earth from satellites: All these technologies would not work without precise timekeepers.

Physics - Computer Science - 13.03.2024
And then there was light-in computer chips
And then there was light-in computer chips

Physics - 13.03.2024
Satellites for quantum communications
Satellites for quantum communications
Quantum cryptography across large distances Through steady advances in the development of quantum computers and their ever-improving performance, it will be possible in the future to crack our current encryption processes.

Physics - Event - 07.03.2024
Preview of the New Escape Room from the Award-Winning Kitty Q App
Preview of the New Escape Room from the Award-Winning Kitty Q App

Physics - Campus - 06.03.2024
NRW Minister Ina Brandes visits the ELSA electron accelerator
NRW Minister Ina Brandes visits the ELSA electron accelerator

Physics - Innovation - 02.03.2024
20 years of neutrons for research, industry, and medicine
20 years of neutrons for research, industry, and medicine
Anniversary at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz research neutron source at TUM The Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Research Neutron Source (FRM II) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Physics - Career - 23.02.2024
'Ukrainian science is suffering from loss, destruction and lack of funding'
’Ukrainian science is suffering from loss, destruction and lack of funding’

Physics - 13.02.2024
Julian Schmitt Wins Rudolf Kaiser Prize
Julian Schmitt Wins Rudolf Kaiser Prize

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 09.02.2024
Universität Hamburg Involved in LISA Observatory Development
Universität Hamburg Involved in LISA Observatory Development
The planning phase for the innovative space observatory LISA was completed successfully. This marks the start of the implementation phase of a large-scale international project that includes 3 research groups at Universität Hamburg.

Event - Physics - 05.02.2024
HU im Dialog: ’Erwin Schrödinger - still acceptable as a building name?’

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 02.02.2024
'Scientific curiosity is what drives me'
’Scientific curiosity is what drives me’
Christian Weinheimer is in search of dark matter and the mass of neutrinos Christian Weinheimer sees his job as a university professor as having something of the football coach.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 31.01.2024
Universität Hamburg participates in the development of the observatory 'LISA'
Universität Hamburg participates in the development of the observatory ’LISA’
The planning phase of the innovative space observatory -LISA- has been successfully completed. The implementation phase of the major international project, in which three working groups at the University of Hamburg are involved, has now begun.

Health - Physics - 31.01.2024
Cooperation with Siemens' Healthineers for New Medical Imaging
Cooperation with Siemens’ Healthineers for New Medical Imaging
How do immune cells move in infectious regions of the body? And how do newly developed agents reach places, for example, where they can fight tumors? X-ray fluorescence imaging, developed further at Universität Hamburg, provides new insight into these questions. Now a team at Universität Hamburg wants to improve access to this technology in cooperation with Siemens- Healthineers and TU Berlin.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 31.01.2024
The X-ray sky opens to the world
The X-ray sky opens to the world
First eROSITA sky-survey data release makes public the largest ever catalogue of high-energy cosmic sources X-ray astronomy has an eventful 60-year history of exploring the extremes of the universe: from exploding stars to active galactic nuclei, which, with their supermassive black holes, are arguably the most efficient sources of energy in the universe.

Physics - 29.01.2024
New issue of the 'TUMcampus' magazine
New issue of the ’TUMcampus’ magazine

Physics - Innovation - 25.01.2024
Shaping the Dawn of the Quantum Age
Shaping the Dawn of the Quantum Age
Perspectives on a research domain Electrons that spin to the right and the left at the same time. Particles that change their states together, even though they are separated by enormous distances. Intriguing phenomena like these are completely commonplace in the world of quantum physics. Researchers at the TUM Garching campus are using them to build quantum computers, high-sensitivity sensors and the internet of the future.

Chemistry - Physics - 22.01.2024
Tailoring chemical bonds
Solids can exist in two structurally very different phases: the crystal phase and the glass phase. While the short-range order of the atoms in both phases is generally very similar, only the atoms of the crystal have a long-range order. The similarity of the short-range order is attributed to the similarity of the chemical bonding between the atoms in both phases.

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 18.01.2024
Unravelling the mystery of super-strong magnetic fields
Unravelling the mystery of super-strong magnetic fields

Physics - Event - 18.01.2024
Physics Meets Industry at the EPS Forum 2024 Held at Freie Universität Berlin
Physics Meets Industry at the EPS Forum 2024 Held at Freie Universität Berlin

Physics - Campus - 20.12.2023
A day full of discoveries: Young people experience science at the TU Ilmenau
A day full of discoveries: Young people experience science at the TU Ilmenau

Physics - 20.12.2023
A Glass That Sifts Carbon Dioxide
Separating carbon dioxide molecules from gas mixtures requires materials with extremely fine pores. Researchers from Friedrich Schiller University Jena, in cooperation with the University of Leipzig and the University of Vienna, have now found a novel way to do this: they transformed crystalline metal-organic framework compounds into glass.

Physics - 19.12.2023
'We want to know what holds the world together at its inmost folds'
’We want to know what holds the world together at its inmost folds’
Physicist Michael Klasen provides insights into the progress being made in nuclear research For more than ten years now, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the CERN nuclear research centre near Geneva has been providing data from particle collisions at high energy levels, allowing conclusions to be drawn about the structure of atomic nuclei.

Physics - Career - 18.12.2023
Pfleiderer new scientific director of the FRM II

Physics - Electroengineering - 12.12.2023
Vibrating nanostrings
Vibrating nanostrings
New micrometer Quantum systems Eva Weig and her team are building mechanical quantum sensors large enough to be seen under an electron microscope.

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 04.12.2023
Understanding particle interactions in neutron stars
Understanding particle interactions in neutron stars
Neutron stars may be much heavier than predicted by theory. This is possibly due to hyperons, i.e. poorly understood elementary particles.

Physics - 30.11.2023
Göttingen University’s Humboldt Research Award winner

Earth Sciences - Physics - 29.11.2023
An earthquake in the living cell
An earthquake in the living cell
Earthquakes unleash tremendous forces capable of causing massive destruction. For a long time, seismologists have endeavoured to predict earthquakes, localize them precisely, and explore what exactly is happening within the Earth.

Physics - Health - 29.11.2023
Success for 2 Collaborative Research Centers at Universität Hamburg
Success for 2 Collaborative Research Centers at Universität Hamburg
Höhere Strukturen, Modulräume und Integrabilität-this is the title of a new collaborative research center at Universität Hamburg.

Chemistry - Physics - 24.11.2023
Plant Phenotypes and Nano-Metals - Two New Collaborative Research Centers for the University of Potsdam
Plant Phenotypes and Nano-Metals - Two New Collaborative Research Centers for the University of Potsdam
Researchers from the Faculty of Science at the University of Potsdam submitted two successful proposals for Collaborative Research Centers to the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Physics - Research Management - 24.11.2023
New Collaborative Research Center at the University of Bonn
New Collaborative Research Center at the University of Bonn
Researchers investigate quantum systems.

Physics - Computer Science - 23.11.2023
¤2.7 million for Superconducting 'Miracle'
¤2.7 million for Superconducting ’Miracle’
Physicist Elena Hassinger has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for her research on superconductors.

Research Management - Physics - 22.11.2023
ERC Consolidator Grants awarded to Eva von Contzen and Dr. Oliver Höhn at the University of Freiburg
ERC Consolidator Grants awarded to Eva von Contzen and Dr. Oliver Höhn at the University of Freiburg

Physics - 22.11.2023
Just 24 experiments until Christmas
Just 24 experiments until Christmas

Physics - Computer Science - 17.11.2023
Quantum internet: 'The biggest problem is data loss'
Quantum internet: ’The biggest problem is data loss’
Interview with quantum physicist Prof. Andreas Reiserer Researchers around the world are working on a network which could connect quantum computers with one another over long distances.

Physics - Health - 16.11.2023
Award for high-resolution microscopy method

Physics - 01.11.2023
Innovative Imaging through Development of X-Ray Sources
Innovative Imaging through Development of X-Ray Sources

Physics - 25.10.2023
New Excellence Chair: Building Bridges in the Quantum World
New Excellence Chair: Building Bridges in the Quantum World
Giorgio Sangiovanni is an expert in the computer-aided calculation of quantum materials. He heads a new chair in physics that is funded by the Bavarian Ministry of Science with 1.5 million euros.

Physics - Innovation - 25.10.2023
High-Tech Equipment to Detect the Tiniest Existing Particles
High-Tech Equipment to Detect the Tiniest Existing Particles
Operational start-up ceremony held at the University of Bonn Research and Technology Center for Detector Physics (FTD) New high-tech measurement methods are required to detect new phenomena sought after in particle physics. The University of Bonn Research and Technology Center for Detector Physics (FTD), thanks to its research groups, is a leading developer of such detector technology, employed at research institutions around the world.

Physics - 18.10.2023
The sound of a city or city noise? Potentials of acoustic monitoring to increase the quality of life
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