Dr. Axelle Amon, University of Rennes, France
"Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy to the study of granular matter"
27.02. - 26.03.2011, University of Fribourg
Prof. Martin E. Garcia, Universität Kassel, Germany
8.1. - 10.11.2010
Prof. B.P. Toennies, Max-Plankc Institut, Göttingen, Germany
7.11. - 15.11.2010
Prof. Josef Humlicek, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
28.8. - 3.9.2010
Prof. Andrei Sirenko
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, U.S.
29.7. - 27.8.2010
19.6. - 30.6.2011
Dr. Todorka Dimitrova
University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1.2. - 21.2.2010
30.05. - 13.06.2010
7.11. - 26.11.2010
Prof. Dr. Thomas Mason
Prof. Dr. Thomas Mason teaches at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Department of Physics and Astronomy and California NanoSystemy at the University of California, L.A.
His research deals especislly with soft materials (emulsions in particular), lithography and light- and neutronscattering. Prof. Mason has publised over 60 articles, of which 16 can be read in the Physical Review Letters.
His sojourn will take place at the beginning of 2010.
Prof. W. Vogel
Prof W. Vogel from the University of Rostock has been invited by Prof. Thomas Feurer in the scope of the 3. Marathon in Advanced Electromagnetism, whcih took place at the beginning of December 2009 at the IAP in Bern.
Prof. V. Kovalev
Vladimir F. Kovalev teaches at the Institute for Mathematical Modelling, RAS, in Moscow, Russia.
He stayed in Fribourg in October 2009 in order to support Dr. Larisa Tatarinova's research project.
Prof. Dr. Kyunghwan Oh
Prof. Dr. Kyunghwan Oh has been invited by Willy Lüthy from the Institute of Applied Physics in Berne. Professor Oh is associate professor at the Photonic Device Physics Laboratory of the Institute of Physics and Applied Physics of Yonsei University at Seoul, Korea.
Prof. Oh's visit will visit Switzerland from July to August 2009.
Dr. Philip W. Rosenkranz
Dr. Philip W. Rosenkranz received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His principal fields of research are microwave- and infrared spectroscopy.
Dr. Rosenkranz will sojourn in Switzerland in automn 2009 and collaborate with Christian Mätzler and others from the institute of Applied Physics in Berne.
Prof. Dr. Immanuel Bloch
Prof. I. Bloch from the Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Physics in Garchingen will be in Fribourg in September 2009.
Dr. Carmem L. Barbosa
Dr. Carmem Barbosa has a collaboration project with Prof. Valerio Romano in Bern from February to November 2009.
Her research activities concentrate mainly upon thin film optical coatings, the fabrication of fiber Bragg gratings and optical sensors.
Prof. B.P. Toennies
Prof. B.P. Toennies from the Max-Planck-Institute in Göttingen, stayed in Fribourg during several weeks in April and May 2009.
Prof. Toennies was former director of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (formerly named the Max Planck Institute for Flow Research).
Eugene B. Gordon
Eugene B. Gordon stayed in Fribourg from march 1 to April 30 2009.
A seminar was given on April 28. Topic: "Catalysis of Impurity Coalescene by Quantized Vorticles in Superfluid Helium with nanofilament Formation"
Prof. Mathias M. Schubert
Prof. Mathias Schubert has been invited by Prof. Christian Bernhard and will be working in Fribourg from 25.01.2009 until 27.02.2009.
Dr. Iannis K. Kominis
Dr. Kominis has been invited by Prof. A. Weis and is working in his group in September 2008.