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(12 Events)

Dresden Physics Colloquium by Prof. Sebastian Klembt (JMU Würzburg)

Sebastian Klembt, holder of the newly established Cluster professorship for Light-Matter Interaction and Topological Photonics, will give a physics colloquium on "Topological photonics and topological lasers with coupled vertical resonators" at Dresden.


Quantum Alliance Community Networking Event 2021

The Quantum Alliance (QA) Community Networking Event brings together PhDs and PostDocs from the quantum research clusters and centers within the Quantum Alliance and offers the opportunity to (re-)connect with young scientists from all over Germany and get insights into the job market for PhDs and Postdocs.


First Fall School "Topological Quantum Matter"

We will meet in Erfurt directly after the second QMA retreat and learn more about complexity and topology in quantum matter.


Second QMA retreat meeting

In Erfurt we will meet and talk about your projects.

DPG focus session "Topological Phenomena in Synthetic Matter"

The session is closely related to the cluster's activities, as it features talks by cluster representatives from Würzburg, Dresden and Haifa.


International conference "Frustrated Magnetism and Topology"

The conference, jointly organized by ct.qmat and the Dresden-based SFB 1143, will be held as a hybrid event.

2nd QMA Coffee & Meet session

During this online meeting you have the possibility to get in touch with the other qma members.


Joint SFB/ct.qmat colloquium "Topological Photonics"

It is our pleasure to announce two consecutive talks on the topic of "Topological Photonics" by Prof. Alexander Khanikaev and Dr. Filip Komissarenko



Kick-off session of the event series "Science & Technology"

What works in the lab is still a long way from being mass-produced. This new event series aims at increasing awareness of the topic "Knowledge and technology transfer".


GHN-colloquium with Prof. Hélène Bouchiat

The GHN-Colloquium talk series features the female scientists of the Grete-Hermann-Network (GHN) — a newly founded international network of female researchers in condensed matter physics and neighboring research areas to give a lecture on their research and current projects, as well as about their career paths.

QMA Coffee & Meet session

During this online meeting you have the possibility to get in touch with the other qma members.


Girls' Day

Bastele deinen eigenen Quantencomputer, Spiel mit einer Katze & erfahre, wo Physikerinnen dringend gebraucht werden!

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