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Wolfgang Hohenau (Foto: Fam. Hohenau)

Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Nachruf (German only)

Das Institut für Physik bedauert das Ableben von Herrn Ao.Univ.-Prof.i.R. Dr. Wolfgang Hohenau.

Book published by De Gruyter. Foto: Uni Graz/Banzer

Monday, 31 May 2021

How to ride light waves

“Polarization of Light in Classical, Quantum, and Nonlinear Optics” by Maria Chekhova and Peter Banzer; De Gruyter

The scientists were able to induce organized growth of organic molecules on metal surfaces and to control the morphism of resulting structures. (Image: Uni Graz/Boné)

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Momentum Microscopy at Work

Scientists of the University of Graz succeeded in visualising the electronic structure of long-chain organic semiconductors and altering it by means…

Novel type of light’s handedness originating from its spatial polarization structure. Image: Uni Graz/Eismann/Banzer

Monday, 29 March 2021

Kelvin reloaded

An international collaboration between research groups from Austria, Germany and Canada – all members of the Max Planck - University of Ottawa Centre…

Schematic measurement setup (left) and dispersion relation of a silver iodide film on aluminum (right). Image: Uni Graz/Nanooptics group

Thursday, 18 February 2021

From Daguerre to nanooptics

What the development of photography has to do with hail defense and optical nanotechnology.

Making light spin by focussing. Image: Uni Graz/Banzer

Friday, 05 February 2021

Light keeps spinning

In collaboration with international teams from the UK, Japan, France and the US, researchers at the University of Graz and the Max Planck Institute…

Image: Uni Graz/Sterrer

Friday, 05 February 2021

Charge makes the difference

A recent paper published by researchers of the Surface Science group in Angewandte Chemie (International Edition) demonstrates how the self-metalation…

Peter Banzer forscht an optischen Chips und Nanomaterialien. Foto: Uni Graz/Tzivanopoulos

Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Lichtspiele (German only)

Physiker Peter Banzer erforscht neue optische Materialien und Eigenschaften von Licht zur Steuerung von Geräten. Eine Publikation zur „Bändigung“ von…

[Translate to English:] Workshop on Light, Matter, Interactions: Foto: Uni Graz/Banzer

Friday, 15 January 2021

Workshop on Light, Matter, Interactions

The first University of Graz Workshop on Light, Matter, Interactions was held as a multi-platform on-line event.

An electron beam excites the sample, the following light emission is measured depending on the direction. The spectra in the forward and backward directions are shifted to one another. Image: Uni Graz/J. Krenn

Monday, 11 January 2021

Électrons et photons

Électrons et photons was the subject of the famous Solvay Conference in 1927, when quantum mechanics was launched. And the topic has lost none of its…

Towards all-integrated postion sensors. Image: Uni Graz/Banzer

Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Playing Hide-and-Seek in the Nanoworld

A novel nanometrology technique capable of localizing individual nanoparticles with ultra-high precision has been introduced recently by researchers…


Monday, 28 September 2020

Control over interfacial charge transfer

Researchers at University of Graz show that the charge transfer into organic molecules through ultrathin dielectric interlayers via electron tunneling…

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