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The volcanic eruption on La Palma continues and our man on-site, Emil Knudstrup reports slight problems.
"Are binaries orbiting each other perpendicularly to their axis of rotaton?" was the subject of the project.
We are trying an entirely new approach to funding in this context: Crowdfunding. And YOU can help!
From IFA: Assistant Professor, Mia Sloth Lundkvist, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 2.879.966 kr.
Florian Brix is our new postdoctoral fellow in the group of Prof. Bjørk Hammer
The Institute congratulates Christina Kjær with this year’s KIF prize! Interview with the prize winner:
New paper in Physical Review Letters co-authored by Georg M. Bruun and Aleksi Julku
Welcome to Hadi Yarloo who started in Anne E. B. Nielsen´s group “Quantum many-body systems”.
My field of research and interest lies at the interface…
Under the heading "Sense Mars", Steno Museum had a theme about Mars during the autumn holiday. Around 4000 children and their families visited the…
Rosana M. Turtos has been awarded with a grant amount of 7MDKK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation
VILLUM Synergy grant of DKK 2.999.609,00, has been given to Panagiotis Karras, Davide Mottin and Philip Hofmann.
Det Fjernstyrede UndervisningsTeleskop (FUT) is a free offer from Aarhus University to the Danish educational community. Pupils will be able to…
Stefano Cavaletto joins the strong-field and attosecond physics group lead by Prof. Lars Bojer Madsen in September 2021.
Andrew Maxwell joins the strong-field and attosecond physics group lead by Prof. Lars Bojer Madsen in September 2021.
Mogens Dalgaard starts in a postdoc position on August 15th in Klaus Mølmer’s group
Raffaele Cheula joins the research group of Mie Andersen as a postdoctoral fellow in September 2021
Aarhus University appoints five new honorary doctors in 2021 including Professor Conny Aerts.
A solid-state phase transition in vanadium dioxide is imaged with X-ray laser
[Translate to English:] Recent articles in Nature Communications co-authored by prof. Thomas Pohl at CCQ, demonstrates how excited quantum states can…
From 1st September 2021 Mie will be employed as associate professor in theoretical materials physics
Two new papers on nonlinear optical phenomena.
Astronomy students at Aarhus University are engaged at the frontlines of research even very early in their studies.
Recent theoretical paper in Physical Review Letters by CCQ’s Esben Rohan Christensen and Georg M. Bruun, and former CCQ assistant professor Arturo…
A recent mapping gives the surprising result that courses on space and the use of space are abundant in Denmark.
Recent paper in Physical Review Letters dives into the LHY energy in quantum simulation experiments.Thomas G. Skov, Magnus G. Skou, Nils B. Jørgensen…
The Danish Student CubeSat Program DISCO reveals mission patch
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The allotted time will be used for two projects, both aiming at revealing the secrets behind supernovae and the building blocks of life.
Paper in Astronomy & Astrophysics is a result of study course and study group.
Phase 1 of a large project of restoring and improving the outreach potential can now commence, due to a donation of DKK 4 million from Aage og Johanne…
USA's National Academy of Sciences has appointed professor at Aarhus Universitet Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard as a member.
From 1st May, Jeppe Langeland starts as postdoc in Steen Brøndsted Nielsen ´s group.
Marcel Mudrich and E. Fasshauer of IFA are co-writers in a recent paper in the web periodical Physical Review X.
Nature of 31. March2021 presents a result from a large group of CERN researches, including several from IFA, that cooling of anti hydrogen with laser…
I Science Stories podcastserien er Liv Hornekær med i et program om stjerner, støv og liv i rummet (på dansk).
The AIAS Associate Fellowship Program, starts at AU on 1st April 2021.
On Sunday 14 March 2021 our Aarhus University student CubeSat Delphini-1 finally decayed into the deeper atmosphere and met it's honourable fiery end.
The Danish Students CubeSat Program DISCO will, in collaboration with the Danish company Space Inventor, launch its first satellite on a Falcon-9…
A Novo Nordisk project grant of 2 939 940 DKK has been granted Steen Brøndsted in connection to his work at IFA on fluorescent molecules
A Novo Nordisk project grant of 2 710 011 DKK goes to Brian Julsgaard to further the work at IFA of Understanding Semiconductors for Mid-IR Light…
New paper in Nature Physics: A collaboration in the “Center for Complex Quantum Systems” at Aarhus University has successfully observed the formation…
We welcome Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui who will join the Simon Wall group working on ultrafast dynamics of quantum materials.
Thomas starts as associate professor in Theoretical Cosmology on March 1st 2021
Welcome to Blazej Jaworowski who will start in Anne E. B. Nielsen´s group “Quantum many-body systems”.
A recent paper in Nano Letters describes a collaboration between researchers in South Korea, Scotland and the Aarhus-group led by Søren Ulstrup.
A new project is using machine learning in an attempt to find materials that can convert CO2 into methanol, and thereby help tackle climate…
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A special exoplanetary system has been described in the latest copy of PNAS, with participation from SAC researchers.
CCQ welcomes Shanshan Ding as a postdoc in Professor Georg Bruun’s group.
Philip Hofman recycles a well known principle in recent paper in Physical Review
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