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Joint Colloquium of CeNS and the Department of Physics

The CeNS Colloquium aims at fostering the interdisciplinary education of the members from CeNS by inviting internationally renowned speakers as well as researchers from CeNS to give an introduction into their research field and present their latest discoveries.

In the winter semester 2020/21, the colloquium takes place online in a webinar format, Fridays at 15:30-16:30! If possible, the lectures are recorded and made available via Opens external link in new windowLMUitunes.

We use the online platform Meetanyway to host the talk and to allow for more personal exchange with colleagues and peers before and after the lecture. If you follow the colloquium's registration link for the first time, you will be invited to create an account, necessary in order to access the virtual event space and to use the interactivity and video chat functionalities. You will need to provide your name, email, and a photo. Once registered, you can just click the "attend" button for subsequent CeNS online events. Within the event space, you will be able to see who else is attending or is at the networking tables before and after the lecture and you can interact with them instantly, just as in real life. The actual lecture is embedded as a zoom session in Meetanyway.

Please note that the performance of Meetanyway is best with the Chrome browser. Other browsers will work, too, with the exception of Internet Explorer.

Date Speaker Host Location
06.11.20

joint colloquium with SFB 1032
Dr. Matthias Meier, Helmholtz Zentrum, München

Pancreas Organoids on Chip
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Prof. Joachim Rädler

Webinar

13.11.20

joint colloquium with SFB 1032
Dr. Friedhelm Serwane, LMU München

Towards a mechanical control of neuronal network formation

Prof. Joachim Rädler

Webinar

20.11.20

Please note: The Colloquium will begin at 16:30h
Dr. Steven Boeynaems, Stanford University Opens external link in new windowwatch online
Protein phase separation: How does a biophysical process encode biological function?

Prof. Jan Lipfert

Webinar

27.11.20

Prof. Dr. Andres Jäschke, Universität Heidelberg
Chemical Biology of RNA: Cofactors, imaging tools, and switches

Prof. Dieter Braun

Webinar

04.12.20

Prof. Aleksei Aksimentiev, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Engineering synthetic nanostructures for precision molecular transport

Prof. Philip Tinnefeld

Webinar

11.12.20

Dr. Ralph Ernstorfer, Research Group Structural and Electronic Surface Dynamics, Fritz Haber Institut, Berlin
Ultrafast dynamics of electrons, excitons and phonons in low-dimensional materials observed in momentum space

Prof. Alexander Högele

Webinar

18.12.20

Dr. Ferdinand Greiss, Weizmann Institute of Science
Decision-making in artificial cells: the limits of biological computation

Prof. Dieter Braun

Webinar

15.01.21

Prof. Christine Papadakis, TU München
Kinetics of phase separation and dissolution in solutions of thermoresponsive polymers after fast pressure jumps

Webinar

22.01.21

Prof. Markita P. Landry, UC Berkeley
Nanomaterials Enable Delivery of Genetic Material Without Transgene Integration in Mature Plants

Dr. Amelie Heuer-Jungemann

Webinar

29.01.21

Prof. Benedikt Sabaß, LMU München
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Prof. Joachim Rädler

Webinar

05.02.21

Dr. Andrea Thorn, DESY/ Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
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PD Dr. Bert Nickel

Webinar

12.02.21

Dr. Loretta del Mercato, CNR NANOTEC Lecce
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Prof. Olivia Merkel

Webinar

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