Department of Physics

  • Around 12 million euros for research: Top research achievements at RPTU in quantum physics confirmed

    RPTU will conduct cutting-edge research for another four years as part of the "OSCAR" Transregio program. As part of the OPTIMAS state research center, this collaborative research center is working on a toolbox that makes open quantum systems usable. ...

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  • May party 2024

    On 23.05.24, the physics student council organised the university-wide May party, where visitors enjoyed the day in the beer garden and partied to the DJ's fast beats in the evening.

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  • Announcement: Elections of the doctoral student representation

    On 17.07.24 the election of the doctoral student representatives for the Department of Physics will take place as part of the plenary assembly of the doctoral candidates.

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  • Physics Women's Meeting

    Physics Women's Meeting

    On May 6, 2024, the women of the Department of Physics of the RPTU met in Kaiserslautern for the biannual Physics Women's Meeting. ...

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  • CHE-Ranking 2024: The Department of Physics at the RPTU receives top marks in a national comparison

    The Department of Physics at RPTU in Kaiserslautern has again achieved very good results in the latest university ranking of the Centre for Higher Education (CHE). Among other things, students praised the general study situation and the organization of studies.

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  • We're sending our warmest wishes to Mr. Becker for his retirement!

    After more than 30 years of dedicated service, the Department of Physics is saying goodbye to Mr. Viktor Becker, Head of the Lecture Collection. We wish Mr. Becker all the best in his well-deserved retirement!

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  • Get-together of the professors of the Department of Physics

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  • PhD student receives INNOMAG Diploma Prize

    Franziska Kühn receives the INNOMAG Prize for her diploma thesis in the field of magnetism.

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  • Study: Open quantum system shows universal behavior

    Universal behavior is a central property of phase transitions, which can be seen, for example, in magnets that are no longer magnetic above a certain temperature. A team of researchers from Kaiserslautern, Berlin and Hainan, (China) has succeeded for the first time in observing such universal behavior in the temporal development of an open quantum system, a single caesium atom in a bath of rubidium atoms.

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