5 Mar 16:15
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
"The usefulness of PPT states in quantum nonlocality and metrology"
Host: Prof. Nicolas Sangouard
9 Mar 15:15
Ayodhya N. Tiwari
"Solar electricity: challenges and opportunities with thin film photovoltaics"
[Col] Hosts: E. Meyer, T. Glatzel
12 Mar 16:15
“Synthesis and applications of quasi 1D metal-semiconductor nanowire heterostructures"
Host: Ilaria Zardo
16 Mar 15:15
University of New South Wales, Sydney
"Holes in Semiconductor Nanostructures"
[Col] Host: D. Zumbühl QC2/QSIT
19 Mar 16:15
"Bell's inequality: from loophole-free tests to device-independent scenarios"
Host: Nicolas Sangouard
13 Mar 14:00
Lecture Hall 1, Foyer
PhD defense of Davide Cadeddu
Nanomechanics and scanning probe microscopy with nanowires
Faculty Responsible: Prof. M. Poggio
17 Mar - 18 Mar
Swiss Young Physicists' Tournament 2018
22 Mar 17:00
Kollegienhaus, Petersplatz 1
Wie weiter nach dem Bachelor?
4 May 16:30
Kl Hörsaal Organ. Chemie
Fachvorträge & Öffentlichkeitsarbeit an Schulen mit Labor-Führungen & Apèro
The Departement of Physics of the University of Basel is a center for international top-level research in the fields of nano and quantum physics, and cosmology and particle physics. Our students benefit from the excellence in research that offers them an outstanding range of courses supervised by highly talented assistants and renowned professors.
The Center for Quantum Science and Quantum Computing (QSC) of the Universities of Basel (Switzerland) and Freiburg (Germany), embedded in EUCOR – The European Campus, invites applications for up to ten Georg H. Endress Postdoc Fellowships to start in 2018.
Would you like to understand fundamental scientific phenomena and explore their causes? Do you have a good technical understanding and a talent for logical thinking and mathematics? Do you have stamina and a willingness to learn? Are you looking for a degree course that will give you access to a wide range of attractive job opportunities? Then our physics degree course offers you exactly what you are looking for.
This new international PhD program bundles a wide range of expertise, know-how, and resources of the Department of Physics at the University of Basel as well as of Eucor – The European Campus,in the emerging research field of quantum sciences, quantum technologies and quantum information.
The program is aimed at attracting outstanding PhD students from in- and outside of Switzerland and providing training at the forefront of research in these fields.
To apply for a PhD excellence fellowship please check for the requirements and application procedure at this site.