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Kick-off Leiden Teacher's Academy.
Monday, October 27, saw the kick-off of the Leiden Teacher's Academy. One of the ten founding members of this Academy is our own Jan Aarts, who, even after many years More info
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Publ. 29-10-2014 16:10
Quantum handshake between photons and single molecules.
Physical processes in the nanoscale are often governed by rules of quantum mechanics. To study these quantum processes or transfer them between distant systems, photons are possibly the most promising More info

Publ. 23-10-2014 20:05
Topology and dynamics of active nematic vesicles.
Engineering synthetic materials that mimic the remarkable complexity of living organisms is a fundamental challenge in science and technology. We studied the spatiotemporal patterns that emerge when an active nematic More info
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Publ. 22-09-2014 17:30
QUBIC, the QU Bolometric Interferometer for Cosmology
Jean-Christophe Hamilton from APC Paris will be visiting next week for a colloquium about QUBIC. This may be of interest to the astronomy community and Dorothea Samtleben has scheduled the More info

Publ. 17-09-2014 11:30
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Recent articles

Bastiaan Florijn, Corentin Coulais, and Martin van Hecke (2014) Programmable Mechanical Metamaterials, Physical Review Letters, 113, 175503.

Sachse R, Dondapati SK, Fenz SF, Schmidt T & Kubick S. (2014) Membrane protein synthesis in cell-free systems: From bio-mimetic systems to bio-membranes., FEBS Lett., 588, 2774-81.
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6 Nov, 10:00:00, 106 HL
Free Introduction Course
Learn to work with COMSOL Multiphysics
This course provides an introduction to multiphysics modeling and analyses using COMSOL Multiphysics. It is intended for people at the Leiden University only who would like to start working with the
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7 Nov, 11:00:00,
Van der Waals Colloquium
Jim Hannon (van IBM Watson labs, Yorktown): A New Instrument for Measuring Surface Forces

13 Nov, 13:45:00, Academy building, Rapenburg
Thesis defense
Pedro Navarro Pérez - MoNOS: "Stable Single Molecules for Quantum Optics and All-Optical Switches"
Promotor: Prof.dr. M.A.G.J. Orrit

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