Lectures at UZH
- PHY 575 Introduction to Contemporary Quantum Matter Physics (FS 2021)
- PHY401 Guest Lecture Condensed Matter Physics (HS 2020)
- PHY 575 Introduction to Contemporary Quantum Matter Physics (FS 2020)
PHY401 Guest Lecture Condensed Matter Physics (HS 2019)
- PHY 575 Basic Principles of Non- Relativistic Scattering - Applications to Quantum Matter (FS 2019)
Lectures at held at Sumer/Winter Schools
Introduction to Polarized Neutron Scattering Techniques
Even conventional neutron scattering techniques exhibit high sensitivity to magnetic degrees of freedom in condensed matter. This sensitivity can be further enhanced by polarizing the neutron beams used to probe quantum materials. Notably, when the polarization of the scattered beam is analyzed even more subtle effects can be studied. We have given several introductory lectures suitable for master student level and upward at schools and workshops. A particular emphasis is given to the technique of spherical neutron polarimetry, which we helped to develop.
Raciri Summer School 2017
We gave an introductory lecture on the use of neutron scattering methods to investigate quantum materials during the Raciri Summer School 2017 held in Ronneby, Sweden.
Further Information on the program and the lecture slides may be found here.