Julian Arnold

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Julian Arnold receives one of the APS Distinguished Student Awards 2023

Julian Arnold received the APS Distinguished Student prize at the APS March meeting 2023

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Professorship in Experimental Quantum Nanophysics and/or Quantum Materials (open rank)

The Department of Physics at the University of Basel, Switzerland, invites applications for a professorship (open rank) in the areas of experimental quantum nanophysics and/or quantum materials.

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Happy World Quantum Day!

This year, to celebrate the World Quantum Day, NCCR SPIN asked scientists of the department of physics what they thought of first when they hear the world “Quantum”. Discover their answers in the video!

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#NCCRWomen campaign: meet six women researchers of NCCR SPIN through their videos

March 8th 2023, International Women’s Day, marked the release of five videos of NCCR SPIN showing off its women researchers in the frame of the NCCR Women campaign.
Quantum Symposium

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US-Switzerland Quantum Symposium

The US-Switzerland Quantum symposium 2023 will take place at uptownBasel Infinity AG in Arlesheim by Basel from March 27-28th, 2023.
Tinguely Entangled

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Tinguely Entangled - Quantum Physics meets Music and Visual Arts!

“Tinguely Entangled” is a one-of-a-kind performance organized by NCCR SPIN in partnership with the Basel Infinity Music Festival 2023.
Simon Geyer

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Simon Geyer receives the APS Distinguished Student Award 2023

Simon Geyer received the APS Distinguished Student prize at the APS March meeting 2023 from Christine Darve, FIP Chair 2023 (left), and Young-Kee Kim, APS Elect President 2023 (right).
Ilaria Zardo

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Emmy Noether Distinction for Ilaria Zardo

Professor Dr. Ilaria Zardo of the Department of Physics and Swiss Nanoscience Institute at the University of Basel will be awarded the Emmy Noether Distinction of the European Physical Society (EPS) in the mid-career category. The physicist…

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Electron beam lithography also possible on uneven surfaces

Researchers from the SNI network have developed a new method for applying electron beam lithography to uneven surfaces. They are working with a floating resist that enables uniform coating. The work was recently published in the scientific…

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