PhysikPhysik./Chem. Sonderkolloquium: Diffraction and scattering - beyond average crystal structures and charge densities
NW2 Raum Hörsaal 2, (C0300), Geb. NW2, Block C, Leobener Str.
PhysikRapid 3D Mapping of Fermi Surface, Fermi Velocity and Spin Texture
NW1 Raum H3
NW1 Raum H3
NEW international Master Program
Space Sciences and Technology - Sensing, Processing, Communication
starts October 2017 // still places available !!
Send your application online till July 15, 2017.
Science and technology for space applications have made significant progress in recent years and many new challenges are ahead of us. At the University of Bremen you can study to be part of this development. The program Space-ST is application-oriented and provides knowledge in the fields of remote sensing, earth observation, retrieval theory, space electronics and communications. Lectures cover digital image processing, architecture and design of integrated digital systems, methods of data transmission in communication networks. Students choose one out of two subject-specific areas: Physics for Space Observation or Information Technologies for Space. In these areas students deepen their knowledge to have a clear professional focus. Graduates have excellent job opportunities in Space Agencies, Space Industry and Research Institutes.
Tuesdays from 17:00 h // Starts on 25 April 2017
Fundamental questions of physics - highlights of current research
In the day-to-day life as a teacher, it is not always easy to deal more closely with current research questions and results. For this reason, we invite physics teachers to a series of lectures on current cutting-edge topics. The evenings offer the opportunity to listen once again to a technical lecture and for further duscussion.
Prof. Dr. Claus Lämmerzahl and PD Dr. Volker Perlick from the Center for Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) will discuss the topic of gravitational waves on April 25th. On May 23rd, the Institute of Theoretical Physics (ITP) will continue. In the further course of the series, we are happy to discuss topics of the teachers' wishes.
For further information and registration please click here >>
Every Tuesday during semester the solid state physicists of IFP and ITP meet for a joint seminar.
Here you will find the current program.
Four times per semester Bremen and Oldenburg Universities invite to guest the lectures on Physics, Chemistry and Biology Didactics. The current program you will find here: www.idn.uni-bremen.de/kolloquium.php
Environmental Physics current seminars: