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Disputation: Atomic Scale Modelling in Photoelectrocatalysis: Towards the Development of Efficient Materials for Solar Fuel Production
Disputation: Exploring the Merits and Challenges of Hyperon Physics: with PANDA at FAIR
Public defence: Magnetic fields of cool stars from near-infrared spectropolarimetry
Alexis Lavail defends his dissertation.
Opponent: Jeff Valenti, Space Telescope Science Institute.
Doctoral thesis: Atomistic Modelling of Low Dimensional Materials for Energy Harvesting and Gas Sensing Applications
Syeda Rabab Naqvi defends her doctoral thesis. Opponent: Prof. Abir de Sarkar from the Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Mohali, India. Supervisor: Prof. Rajeev Ahuja, Materials Theory, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The defence is held in English.
Dissertation: Beyond scattering – what more can be learned from pulsed keV ion beams?
Svenja Lohmann defends her doctoral thesis. Opponent: Prof. Andreas Wucher, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. Supervisor: Daniel Primetzhofer, Applied Nuclear Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The defence is held in English.
Dissertation: Electromagnetic and Spin Properties of Hyperons
Elisabetta Perotti defends her doctoral thesis. Opponent: Dr. Luis Alvarez Ruso, Facultad de Ciencias Físicas, Universidad de Valencia. Supervisor: Prof. Stefan Leupold, Nuclear Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The defence is held in English.
Public defence: Core-hole Clock Spectroscopy Using Hard X-rays: Exciting States in Condensed Matter