Tag: Physics

5. April 2022

“I investigate the ground” Dr Matthias Bücker appointed Assistant Professor for Urban Geophysics

Benedikt Jahnel is the new professor of applied stochastics at TU Braunschweig starting April 2022. Photo credits: Dominik Butzmann 30. March 2022

The beauty of theory and its application Benedikt Jahnel is the new professor for applied stochastics

11. February 2022

Mail from … Mexiko City Physics student Johannes Hoppenbrock talks about his stay in the capital of Mexico

26. January 2022

What who should know about quantum A guide to the quantum world

15. December 2021

Magnetic Vortices in Materials Research Microscopic insights into quantum magnets by means of neutron scattering

In the main chamber of the Photon-STM, the tip holder points from above to a pedestal made of stainless steel the size of a fingertip. The mirror of the microscope shimmeringly reflects the red illumination in the P-STM. 29. October 2021

Picture of the Month: A showroom for single atoms From the Institute of Applied Physics

1. October 2021

BepiColombo: First Rendezvous with Mercury First measurement of the magnetic field of Mercury's southern hemisphere

26. August 2021

On a grand tour through the solar system Magnetometer of the TU Braunschweig on another Venus flyby

29. July 2021

Spotlight: Faculty visits 2 – Team spirit in electrical engineering, information technology, physics The President's topics and appointments

16. April 2021

Master in Quantum Technologies A degree program at the center of the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony.

Professor Patrick Recher in front of calculations on Majorana fermions 19. February 2021

In Pursuit of the Intangible The particle experiment to find Majorana fermions

The three spokespersons of the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony in a research laboratory where quantum computers are to be realized. 22. October 2020

A quantum computer by 2025 TU Braunschweig Member of Lower Saxony's Quantum Alliance

B-IGSM-Mitglied Irina Santourian am Gonioreflektometer 18. September 2020

Standard White From Ultraviolet to Infrared Irina Santourian from the Graduate School B-IGSM in portrait

24. July 2020

How Long is a Picometer? – The View of a Single Atom High resolution microscopy in LENA

1. April 2020

New Quantum State Detected Experiments with materials for future quantum computers

11. October 2016

Ultra-high data rates transmitted at THz frequencies Electronic beam steering demonstrated for the first time

14. April 2015

Rosetta-Mission: “Chury’s” nucleus is non-magnetic Braunschweig geophysicists present recent results in Vienna

28. November 2014

Rosetta-Mission: The incredible flight of the lander “Philae” Data of the ROMAP-Magentometer aids in reconstruction of flight path