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10178 Berlin-Mitte
Saison 24/25
17:00
Start: Zur letzten Instanz (Waisenstraße 14-16, 10179 Berlin)
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Kunst trifft Wissenschaft

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Is knowledge found or invinted behind the doors of laboratories? What forgotten stories are narrated by the specific experiments without which the powerful models of natural science (which structure our thinking and acting) would not exist? And why do physicists have such a predilection for symmetry? Physicist Alexander Carmele discusses with Eva Meyer-Keller and Constanze Schellow the scope and limits of physical practice.

GUESTS Alexander Carmele, Eva Meyer-Keller, Constanze Schellow

Alexander Carmele is a University Assistant at the Technical University of Berlin. During and after his Ph.D., he was a visitor at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For his Ph.D., he received the Carl-Ramsauer Prize from the Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin. In 2013, he was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to pursue research on quantum control schemes at the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information in Innsbruck, Austria. His research is focused on the simulation of strongly coupled photon and electron kinetics in nanostructured condensed-matter systems and quantum light emission from artificial atoms and hybrid systems. His research is focused on the simulation of strongly coupled photon and electron kinetics in nanostructured condensed-matter systems and quantum light emission from artificial atoms and hybrid systems.

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