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Abstract Quasi-one-dimensional systems exhibit many-body effects elusive in higher dimensions. A prime example is spin-orbital separation, which has been measured by resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS) in Sr2CuO3. We derive the time-resolved RIXS spectrum of Sr2CuO3 under the action of a t...

Abstract The climate change is a worldwide pressing problem. One little contribution to solve this problem is to investigate new and better solar cells. Solar cells made out of perovskite can be made by printing and could be a low cost, eco-friendly alternative to standard silicon solar cells. Alth...

In a research project Johannes Schumann from Physics Advances explored how colloidal quasicrystals can be obtained by tailoring the interactions between the particles. Quasicrystals are well-ordered structures that do not posses any periodicity. Therefore, there is no unit cell and the rotational sy...

Ich heiße Dominik Hahn und war ab meinem dritten Semester (WS 2016/17) bis zu meinem Master-Abschluss 2020 Mitglied im Forschungsstudiengang. Im Augenblick bin ich Doktorand am Max-Planck-Institut für die Physik komplexer Systeme in Dresden. Meine Masterarbeit habe ich am Lehrstuhl von Prof. Klau...

Abstract Motivated from considerations in theoretical cosmology about fluctuations in the very early universe, the aim of the project was to investigate the spectrum of the Lewis-Riesenfeld invariant, an invariant of the time-dependent harmonic oscillator Hamiltonian, and to analyse the behaviour o...