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What to do in case of fire? Nobody wants to run into such an emergency. But if it happens, it's better to keep cool and to initiate the right steps: trigger alarm, call fire department, leave the building or try to extinguish the fire if possible. Staff members and students of the Chair of Applied P...

Welcome, Lena Bergmann, Christian Eisen, Jonathan Endres, Moritz Fabian, Saba Khadivianazar, Sascha Korn, Nils Lamers, Felix Lammermann, Johannes Lehmeyer, Markus Lippl, Timo Niehoff, Sven Sommer, Janis Sperga, Arthur Steiger, Tim Unbehaun and Agastya Wiraputra! 16 new master, bachelor and teache...

Students interested in a bachelor or master work are cordially invited to a lab tour at the Chair of Applied Physics on Monday, February 5th, 2018 at 1 pm. We will present our research and our way of working as well as lab equipment, e. g. our 300-millikelvin-cryostat, the scanning electron microsco...

Controlling electronic current is essential to modern electronics, as data and signals are transferred by streams of electrons which are controlled at high speed. Demands on transmission speeds are also increasing as technology develops. Scientists from the Chair of Laser Physics and the Chair of Ap...

At the international conference for silicon carbide and related materials (ICSCRM 2017) in Washington D.C., our PhD students Maximilian Rühl and Martin Hauck impressed scientists from academia and industry from all over the world with their research results. Maximilian Rühl got an invited talk fo...

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