Molecular aggregates SoSe 17

Location: SE2/122
Time: Tuesdays 2.50 pm - 4.20 pm (Tu(5))

Content:
Introduction to optical and energy transfer properties of molecular aggregates

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Non-linear optical spectroscopy

New Location and Time.
Location: MPI-PKS, Seminarroom 3
Time: Thursday 10:45 am - 12:15 am (SS 2013)


Non-linear optical spectroscopy is used in many areas of physics, chemistry and biology. It allows one to obtain information on quantum dynamics on the fs-scale. One of the prominent examples is the observation of long lasting coherent beatings in photosynthesis. In this lecture the basic formalism is derived and specific experimental techniques are discussed. More information

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Quantum effects in Photosynthesis

Summer School: Modern Applications of Quantum Mechanics II. Cuernavaca, Mexico, July 16 - 27, 2012

Molecular aggregates WS 09/10

Location: TU Dresden, PHY room D016
Time: Tuesdays 4.40 pm - 6.10 pm

Content:
Introduction to optical and energy transfer properties of molecular aggregates

Here are some lecture notes.