Physics colloquium of the
Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute
Place: Valckenierstraat 65, Room 286
Time: Tuesday afternoon, 16.00-17.00 h.
Coffee/Tea available from 15.45 h.

Ekkes Brück
Anne de Visser



Programme 2002






9 April Dr. H. Brom Universiteit Leiden Charge transort in conjugated polymers and polymer devices: the role of the mesoscopic structure
18 April Algemeen colloquium
23 April Dr. G. Goll Technical University Karlsruhe CeBiPt - just a simple semimetal?
16 May Algemeen colloquium
21 May Prof.dr. M. Loewenhaupt Technical University Dresden Novel magnetic phenomena in high magnetic fields studied by neutron scattering and conventional lab methods
28 May Prof.dr. G. Shlyapnikov AMOLF Amsterdam Bose-Einstein condensation in dilute gases - Past and future
4 June TBA
11 June Dr. R. Spreeuw University of Amsterdam Quantum searching with classical waves
20 June Algemeen colloquium
25 June Prof.dr. J. Schoenes Technical University Braunschweig Raman and infrared investigations of the metal-insulator transition in switchable mirrors of YHx

19 September

Algemeen colloquium



1 October

Dr. Th.M. Nieuwenhuyzen

ITFA Univ. Amsterdam

Quantum limits to the second law

8 October

Prof.dr. A. van Blaaderen

Univ. Utrecht & AMOLF Amsterdam

Manipulating colloidal crystallization

17 October

Algemeen colloquium



22 October B.J. van Wees

University of Groningen

Spintronics: Playing with the electron spin in the solid state

29 October

Dr. E. Kooi

Maastricht University

Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy in medicine

5 November

Prof.dr. G.J. Kearly

IRI TU Delft

A quantum cure for frustration

12 November

Dr. J. van den Brink

Lorentz Center - Leiden University

On the hidden order and disorder of electronic orbitals in manganites

21 November

Algemeen colloquium



26 November

Prof.dr. M. Grioni

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

High resolution photoelectron spectroscopy of strongly correlated metals

3 December

Prof.dr. H.J. Bakker

AMOLF Amsterdam

Ultrafast motion of water molecules near ions

10 December

Prof.dr. J. Linnros

Royal Institute of Technology - Stockholm

Spectroscopy of single silicon quantum dots