We welcome the participants of the SPICE Non-equilibrium Quantum Matter workshop that starts today.
The workshop brings together leading experts – both theorists and experimentalists – working in the broad field and focuses on the most exciting recent developments in non-equilibrium many-body physics.
We wish you all a very productive workshop!
It is a pleasure to have Peter Oppeneer from Uppsala University as our guest today. He will give an overview of the latest developments in the theory of ultrafast magnetization dynamics.
We welcome our current guest scientists from Japan and India. Hiroyuki Fujita from University of Tokyo and Akihiro Okamoto from Tokyo Institute of Technology will stay with us until the middle and end of July 2017 to get inspired for their PhD studies by the Antiferromagnetic Spintronics team. Whereas Shambawi Pandey conducts a two-months internship on "First-Principles Modelling of Spin Relaxation Mechanisms in High-Mobility Chalcogenide Polymers" within the Organic Spintronics team to complete her Bachelor studies at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee.
Reza Mahani has just joined the group and will support the Organic Spintronics team as a postdoctoral researcher. Before he was a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Information and Communication Technology at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
We wish him a good start in Mainz!