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The lecture series "Our Physics – Our Research" (OPhOR) was initiated in the winter semester 2016/17, where scientists from the Department of Physics and the Max Planck Institute for the science of light present their current research areas. This is particularly interesting for Bachelor students in ...

After two and a half years of Corona-related break, the Department of Physics celebrated the graduates of the academic years 2020 and 2021 on Friday, May 13, 2022. In the solemnly decorated lecture hall G of the Physikum, Prof. Dr. Kristina Giesel, Prof. Dr. Martin Eckstein and department spokesman ...

Are you interested in quantum optics and/or condensed matter physics? Do you want to study many-body quantum systems, complex matter systems, quantum cooperativity and the many interesting questions at the intersections of these topics in more detail? Are you an excellent prospective female M...

FAU scientist and H.E.S.S. team observe time-dependent particle acceleration outside our solar system for the first time Novae are powerful eruptions on the surface of a white dwarf in a binary star system, in which a larger star and a smaller star orbit each other. A nova creates a shock wave that...

On the occasion of this year’s APS March Meeting and the DPG Spring Meetings, QuCoLiMa partnered with APS-TV to produce a 6 minute film about the research within QuCoLiMa. The overall message of the film is to convey the central idea of "Quantum Cooperativity of Light and Matter" and how this topic ...

The Collaborative Research Centre Transregio (TRR) 306 QuCoLiMa – Quantum Cooperativity of Light and Matter invites female students for applying for a QuCoLiMa Master’s Fellowship. Eligible are female applicants for a master’s degree in Physics or Chemistry admitted for a start in winter semester 20...

This book describes the story of how a collaboration of several hundred physicists from Europe and North America formed in 1988 to design, construct, install, commission and operate, for the years 1995–2007 the technically innovative HERMES experiment at the DESY laboratory in Hamburg, Germany to st...

Consortium publishes the first X-ray data from eROSITA The German eROSITA consortium, including researchers from FAU, has released the first set of data taken by the eROSITA X-ray telescope, which can scan the entire sky in the X-ray range. Researchers across the globe can now access data from the ...