NOA doctoral seminar in 2020.
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iRTG

Integrated Research Training Group
NOA doctoral seminar in 2020.
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Within NOA's integrated Research Training Group (iRTG), all NOA PIs nurture the independent research spirit of doctoral researchers by giving them much freedom to reach their individual scientific goals. The main task of the iRTG is to promote the scientific expertise of the doctoral candidates. The group aims to broaden the training of doctoral candidates at the academic level by providing the opportunity for candidates to participate in the already existing doctoral programs of related training groups in Jena. A visiting scientist program and short- as well as long-term scholarships offers additional qualification improvement possibilities. Furthermore, all young researchers are involved in organizing the annual colloquia and summer schools, and have the right to propose and contact distinguished scientists regarding their role as guest researchers for the CRC. Moreover, NOA's research training group forms a one-of-a-kind educational unit embedded within the two existing umbrella organizations for undergraduate and graduate education, the Abbe School of Photonics (ASP) and the Jena Graduate Academy.

Speaker

Daniel Repp
PhD Student
Daniel Repp
Abbe Center of Photonics, Room 301
Albert-Einstein-Straße 6
07745 Jena

Co-Speaker

Francesco Vitale
Francesco Vitale
Room 204
Helmholtzweg 3
07743 Jena

A1 - Nonlinear optical response of nanostructured solids driven by strong light fields​

Thomas Lettau
Abbeanum, Room 114
Fröbelstieg 1
07743 Jena

A2 - Theory of nonlinear light-matter-interaction in atomic membranes

Sara Khazaee
Sara Khazaee
Abbeanum, Room 027
Fröbelstieg 1
07743 Jena
Maryam Shahrezaei
Maryam Shahrezaei

A3 - Light-induced electron dynamics in and around metallic nanostructures​

Farshid Yahyaei
Farshid Yahyaei
Gino Wegner
Gino Wegner
Martin Thümmler
PhD student
Room 105
Lessingstraße 4
07743 Jena

A4 - Modeling the nonlinear optical response of functionalized surfaces​

Amirhassan Khodadadi
PhD Student
Amirhassan Khodadadi
Room E002
Lessingstraße 4
07743 Jena
Manas Sharma
Room 131
Löbdergraben 32
07743 Jena

A5 - Nonlinear and nonlocal optical response in complex nanostructured multilayers​

Navid Daryakar
Abbeanum, Room 001
Fröbelstieg 1
07743 Jena

B1 – Ultrafast nonlinear optics on nanosheets and nanolayers

Marcel Neuhaus

B2 - Nonlinear optics of atomic membranes coupled to resonant photonic nanostructures​

B3 – Ultrafast nonlinear optics in nanolaminates

Mostafa Abasifard
PhD Student
Integrated Quantum Systems
IAP, Room 353
Albert-Einstein-Straße 15
07745 Jena
Pallabi Paul
Pallabi Paul

B4 - Nonlinear optics in nanogaps in plasmonic thin films​

Sebastian Beer
PhD Student
Ultrafast Optics
Sebastian Beer
IAP, Room 202
Albert-Einstein-Straße 15
07745 Jena
Sebastian Linß
PhD Student
IAP, Room 211
Albert-Einstein-Straße 15
07745 Jena

C1 - Plasmonic hot spot-assisted single-molecule coherent Raman scattering​

Cheng-Jui Tso, Ph.D.
Albert-Einstein-Straße 9
07745 Jena, Germany
Parijat Barman
Parijat Barman

C2 - Nonlinear optical near-field spectroscopy for correlated nanoscale thin film spectroscopy​

Bayarjargal Narantsatsralt, Dr
Postdoc
Abbe Center of Photonics, Room 310
Albert-Einstein-Straße 6
07745 Jena
Gia Quyet Ngo
Gia Quyet Ngo

C4 - High order harmonic generation in nanodimensional solids​

Viacheslav Korolev
Room D408
Max-Wien-Platz 1
07743 Jena
Baruah Raktim
Albert Einstein Strasse , Germany. 9
07743 Jena

C5 – Nonlinear dynamics in plasmonic hybridized semiconductor nanowires

Daniel Repp
PhD Student
Daniel Repp
Abbe Center of Photonics, Room 301
Albert-Einstein-Straße 6
07745 Jena
Maximilian Weißflog
PhD Student
Maximilian Weißflog
Abbe Center of Photonics, Room 302
Albert-Einstein-Straße 6
07745 Jena
Gino Wegner
Gino Wegner
Francesco Vitale
Francesco Vitale
Room 204
Helmholtzweg 3
07743 Jena