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Advanced seminar, WS19/20

Physics with stored and cooled ions

Central Seminar Room
Usually every fortnight, Wednesday 15:00

Seminar program

Date: 30 Oct 2019, 14:00 !
Speaker: Rima Schüssler, MPIK
Title: Discovery of metastable electronic states using Penning-trap mass spectrometry


Date: 27 Nov 2019
Speaker: Prof. Frank Arnold, MPIK and DLR
Title: Atmospheric Nanoparticles: Formation and Effects - New insights from Mass Spectrometric measurements aboard Rockets, Balloons and airplanes


Nanoparticles (NPs) are of considerable current interest, due to their environmental effects, including particularly climate and health effects. NPs are formed from nucleating gases in the earth´s atmosphere at altitudes between ground level and about 120 km. NP precursor gases include natural gases (meteor ablation gases, gases injected by volcanic eruptions) and man-made gases (aircraft engine emissions, car engine emissions). We have obtained new insights from our pioneering mass spectrometric measurements, conducted on rockets, stratospheric balloons and airplanes. The talk will focus on our recent rocket and aircraft measurements made by improved mass spectrometric instruments.


Date: 22 Jan 2020
Speaker: Dr. Yeunhwan Lim, TU Darmstadt/MPIK
Title: Nuclear Equation of State for Hot Dense Matter


Nuclear equation of state (EOS) is constructed with energy density functional (EDF) and liquid drop model (LDM) technique. Compared with the classical LDM approach containing alpha particle, deutron, triton, and helio are added to construct nuclear EOS. Energy density functional parameters are constrained by theoretical neutron matter calculation, symmetric nuclear matter properties, and maximum mass of neutron stars. The nuclear surface tension and the critical temperature necessary for the free energy of finite nuclei are calculated in a consistent way.
In this talk, I will present and discuss the current results obtained from LDM and EDF with most recent parameters.


Date: 29 Jan 2020
Speaker: Damian Müll, MPIK
Title: Metastable states of the silicon anion observed in CSR