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SYSD: Symposium SKM Dissertation-Prize 2019

SYSD 1: SKM Dissertation Prize

Montag, 1. April 2019, 09:30–11:50, H2

The divisions belonging to the Condensed Matter Section (SKM) of the DPG award a Dissertation Prize in 2019 again. The prize acknowledges outstanding research during the PhD work in the research areas of SKM completed in 2017 or 2018, and its excellent oral presentation. Based on nominations a jury formed by the chairpersons of all SKM divisions has selected seven finalists for the award to present their work in this symposium. The winner will be selected after the symposium and publicly announced Tuesday, April 2nd, in the afternoon during the ceremonial session.

09:30 SYSD 1.1 Hauptvortrag: Synchronization and Waves in Confined Complex Active Media — •Jan Frederik Totz
09:50 SYSD 1.2 Hauptvortrag: Spin scattering of topologically protected electrons at defects — •Philipp Rüßmann
10:10 SYSD 1.3 Hauptvortrag: Beyond the molecular movie: Revealing the microscopic processes behind photo-induced phase transitions — •Chris W. Nicholson
10:30 SYSD 1.4 Hauptvortrag: Thermodynamic bounds on current fluctuations — •Patrick Pietzonka
10:50 SYSD 1.5 Hauptvortrag: Lightwave-driven quasiparticle acceleration — •Fabian Langer, Christoph P. Schmid, Stefan Schlauderer, Martin Gmitra, Jaroslav Fabian, Philipp Nagler, Christian Schüller, Tobias Korn, Peter G. Hawkins, Johannes T. Steiner, Ulrich Huttner, Stephan W. Koch, Mackillo Kira, and Rupert Huber
11:10 SYSD 1.6 Hauptvortrag: Ultrafast plasmon-driven point-projection electron microscopy — •Jan Vogelsang, Germann Hergert, Andreas Wöste, Petra Groß, and Christoph Lienau
11:30 SYSD 1.7 Hauptvortrag: Helimagnets, sand patterns and fingerprints linked by topology — •Peggy Schönherr
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