Courses and Events for Physics Students in Germany

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51st IFF Spring School — IFF spring school 2021: Quantum Technology
01 Mar 2021 - 12 Mar 2021 • Jülich, Germany
Abstract:
Based on quantum coherence, data can be protected in a completely secure way that makes eavesdropping impossible. Given the explosive growth of cybercrime and espionage, this is a highly strategic capability. Quantum technologies will also give rise to simulation techniques well beyond current capabilities for material and chemical synthesis, and to clocks and sensors with unprecedented sensitivity and accuracy, with potential impact for navigation, the synchronisation of future smart networks and medical diagnostics.
Event listing ID:
1356974
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International Physics School on Muon Dipole Moments and Hadronic Effects
29 Aug 2021 - 03 Sep 2021 • Mainz, Germany
Abstract:
This school is intended for young researchers (master students, PhD students and young postdocs) involved in the global effort of investigating the large excess of the measured value of the muon anomalous magnetic moment over the Standard Model prediction. The lecture schedule will be complemented by dedicated sessions for discussions, exercises and posters along with social activities to encourage networking and a vivid exchange of ideas.
Event listing ID:
1369179
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JCNS Laboratory Course 2021
30 Aug 2021 - 10 Sep 2021 • Jülich and Garching, Germany
Contact:
Email: neutronlab@fz-juelich.de
Event listing ID:
1399850
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IAMP – EMS Summer School in Mathematical Physics 2021 — Summer School on ''Quantum information in many-body physics: a mathematical invitation''
13 Sep 2021 - 17 Sep 2021 • Munich, Germany
Abstract:
When many quantum particles interact, they can organize themselves into highly entangled states with unexpected properties that transcend those of the individual constituents. The description of those states and their properties is typically rather challenging - not only from a mathematical point of view. In the last 15 years, concepts and tools from quantum information theory (QIT) have proven highly useful in investigating such systems. This new perspective aims to characterize and classify the complexity in large quantum systems.
Event listing ID:
1389853
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Last updated: 10 January 2021