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Seminars

Seminars normally take place in room N115 at 16:00 on the times/dates listed. Last updated February 21st 2017.

All Welcome.

Seminar Series run by: Dr. Lampros Nikolopoulos (Lampros.Nikolopoulos@dcu.ie)

A list of previous seminars can be seen here.

Marconi Building/Physics Building - Room N115

DateVenueSpeakerTitle & SubjectAbstract
 Thursday 27th April     2017 13:00Marconi Building N115Dr. Silvia Armini, IMEC Technologies, IE Applications of Smart Organic Films in IC Microelectronics: From Novel Low-k Dielectrics to Organic-Inorganic Interface Engineering  
 Thursday 13th April      2017 13:00 Marconi Building N115 Dr. Matt Kenworthy, Leiden University, Netherlands Looking for circumplanetary material around a giant exoplanet with bRing - The beta Pictoris b Ring project 
 Thursday 30th March    2017 13:00 Marconi Building N115 Prof. David L. Andrews, Professor of Chemical Physics at the University of East Anglia, UK.Novel photonic mechanisms for optical manipulation, switching, and light-harvesting in nanostructured molecular systems   Abstract (PDF)
Thursday 16th March     2017 13:00  Marconi Building N115Dr. Ernst de Mooij, School of Physical Sciences, DCU, IE Characterising Alien Worlds: studying the atmospheres of exoplanets  
Thursday 2nd March      2017 13:00  Marconi Building N115 Prof. Soumitra SenGupta, Dept. Theoretical Physics, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (Co-organized with Maths Dept)In the wonderland of extra dimensions  
  Thursday 16th February 2017 13:00Marconi Building N115Dr Brendan Kelly, Athlone Institute of Technology.Noctilucent Clouds: Ice in the upper atmosphere   Abstract (PDF) 
 Thursday 2nd February 2017 13:00 Marconi Building N115 Prof Chris Bean, DIAS, Dublin, IrelandThe Ocean-Solid Earth System: Monitoring the World's Oceans and Solid Earth Though Ocean-Generated Terrestrial Ground Vibrations  Abstract (PDF) 
Thursday 1st December 2016 13:00Marconi Building N115 Dr Emanuelle Pellucchi. Tyndal National Institute, University College Cork, IE.
Quantum technologies at the Tyndall National Institute: entangled pho-
ton emission form site-controlled quantum dots.
 Abstract (PDF)
Thursday 24th November 2016 13:00Marconi Building N115Dr Lino Pereira, KU Leuven Belgium  Doping and local probing of 2D and 3D Dirac materials  Abstract (PDF)
Thursday 22nd November 2016 12:00Marconi Building N115Dr Thomas Prokscha, Paul Schrerr Institute, Switzerland, The low-energy muon facility at PSI and muon applications: thin film, interfaces and photo-induced studies  Abstract (PDF)
Thursday 3rd November 2016 13:30Marconi Building N115Dr Wolfi Helml  (Physics Dept, Technical University Munich) Towards attosecond X-ray experiments at free-electron lasers  Abstract (PDF)

Thursday 20th November 2016 13:30

Marconi Building, N115Dr Jean-Paul Mosnier, School of Physical Sciences, DCU, IE.Crocodile stalking zebra prey: The Scottish 2015 A-level controversial maths problem. Solutions, comments and reflections  Abstract (PDF)
Thursday 
5th May 2016
(16:00)
Physics Building N115 Jason Greenwood
Attosecond Optical Electronics 
 Abstract (PDF)
Thursday
7th April 2016
(12:30-13:30)
 Science Building X130 Dr. John Regan, Univ. Of Helsinki, Finland Astrophysics: Title TBC 
Tuesday 5th April 2016 (15:00)
 Science Building, XG22Amber Gell, Spacecraft Systems Engineer, NASASTEM and Spacecraft Engineering. Title TBC  Abstract (PDF)   
Thursday
24th March 2016
(16:00-17:00)
 Physics Building N115 Dr Paul Van Kampen, School of Physical Sciences, DCU, IE Educational Science: Title TBC Abstract (PDF)  
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Monday
7th March 2016
(16:00-17:00)
 HG19

 Prof Andrew Murray, School of Physics & Astronomy, Univ of Manchester, UK

AMO: Probing the interactions between lasers, electrons and atoms - how we combine different techniques to reveal new information about excitation and ionisation Abstract (PDF) 
Thursday
25th February 2016
(16:00-17:00)
Physics Building N115 Dr Daniel Dundas, Dept of Physics, QUB, UKAMO: Simulating high-harmonic generation in molecules using time-dependent density functional theory 
     
Thursday
3rd December 2015
Physics Building N115Prof Liam Barry, School of Electronic Engineering, DCU. Generation, Characterization, and Applications of Optical Frequency Combs for Communications and Sensing".  Abstract (PDF)
Thursday
11th June 2015
 Physics Building N115Prof Guiseppe Sansone, School of Physics, University of Milan, Italy Ultrafast electron dynamics initiated by attosecond and intense extreme ultraviolet pulses  Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday
16th April 2015
Physics Building N115 Prof R. Kienberger, MPI Quantum Optics/TU Muenchen, DEAttosecond dynamics on solid surfaces  
 Thursday
2nd April 2015
Physics Building N115 Prof Turlogh Downes, Maths Dept, DCU TBA/Astrophysics Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday
26th March 2015
Physics Building N115 Dr Christopher Arrell, EPFL, SwitzerlandUltrafast photoelectron spectroscopy of liquids using VUV  Abstract (PDF)
Thursday
19th March 2015 
Physics Building N115Dr Wachulak Przemyslaw, Inst. Optoelectronics, Poland Nanoimaging using Soft X-ray and EUV sources  Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday 5th March 2015Physics Building N115 Dr Niall Maloney,School of Physical Sciences, DCU.Real Time Bio-sensing using Micro-mechanical Sensors  Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday 13th November 2014Physics Building N115 Dr Patrick Hayden, School of Physical Sciences, DCU. Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday 9th October 2014Physics Building N115  Dr Vitlii ShastunA statistical study of whistler wave normal angle distribution in the plasmasphere Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday 2nd September 2014Physics Building N115Prof Henri Bachau, Centre des Lasers Intenses et Applications, Université de Bordeaux-CNRS-CEA, 33405 Talence Cedex, FranceIonization of hydrogen with KeV photons Abstract (PDF)
 Thursday 26th June 2014Nursing Building HG05MacKenzie R. Stetzer, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA.Examining student understanding of operational-amplifier circuits in upper-division physics courses on analogue electronics Abstract (PDF)