Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Bonitz

Leibnizstraße 15, R. LS15-R.248
Phone: +49 431 880-4122
Telefax: +49 431 880-4094
bonitz@theo-physik.uni-kiel.de

Statistical Physics and Plasma Theory
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Functions

Subproject leader CRC TRR24
Subproject A5: “Simulation of particle growth, correlations and thin film formation in complex plasmas"
Subproject A7: "Theory and simulation of strongly correlated rotating and magnetized plasmas"
Subproject A9: "Multi-scale simulation of streaming complex plasmas"
Project leader Federal Ministry of Education and Research collaborative project FSP 302 “Free-Electron Laser”
Subproject “Time-resolved photoionization at the FEL - nonlinear effects, correlations and coherence in atoms and molecules”
Project leader in a German Research Foundation project
“Theoretical description of (sub-)femtosecond dynamics of multi-electron atoms in strong UV and VUV fields”
Project leader in a German Research Foundation project
Configuration Path integral Monte Carlo approach to thermodynamical properties of dense plasmas”
Editor of "Contributions to Plasma Physics"

Portrait

«Our working group investigates classical and quantum many-particle systems from dense and dusty plasmas up to atoms, molecules and strong correlated solid bodies. The core issues are collective behavior, classical and quantum correlation in the equilibrium and disequilibrium. Analytical methods as well as computer simulations (molecular dynamics, multiscale simulation, path integral-quantum-Monte Carlo, disequilibrium-Greenfunctions, etc.) help us to understand the thermodynamic properties, transport, photoionization and ultrafast processes.»

Michael Bonitz. Professor for Theoretical Physics und Chair of Statistical Physics at Kiel University since 2003. Before scientific assistant  at the University of Rostock, postdoc at the University of Arizona, Tucson/USA. Visiting professor at the University of Florida, Gainesville/USA. 1991 doctoral degree at the University of Rostock, habilitation 1998.

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  • 16:15: Nanooptics with Slow and Fast Electrons (Prof. Dr. Nahid Talebi, IEAP)
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  • 16:15: (Fest-) Kolloquium Satellit Azur (Dr. Berndt Klecker, Max Planck Institut für extraterrestrische Physik, Garching)
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  • 17:00: Tba. (Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Beckhaus, Anorganische Chemie, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg)
  • 17:00: Scandiumaluminiumnitrid – an emerging material for sensing applications (Dr.-Ing. Katja Tonisch, Technische Universität Ilmenau)
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  • 16:00: Label-free particle and cell sorting based on inherent physical properties (Prof. Tegenfeldt, Universität Lund, Schweden)
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  • 16:15: High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering: The Age of Adolescence (Prof. Arutiun Ehiasarian, Sheffield Hallam Universiity, UK)
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  • 16:00: tba (Professor Dr.-Ing. Rolf Findeisen, Institute for Automation Engineering (IFAT) Laboratory for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, Universität Magdeburg)
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  • 16:15: Dr. Jingnan Guo (Habilitationsvorlesung)
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  • 16:00: tba (Prof. Denis Dochain, Université Catholique de Louvain)
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  • 16:15: Prof. Dr. K.A.H. van Leeuwen (Eindhoven School of Education)
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  • 17:00: Totally Synthetic: Learning from the synthetic chemist NATURE (Prof. Dr. Andreas Kirschning, Universität Hannover)
  • 17:00: Totally Synthetic: Lerning from the synthetic chemist NATURE (Prof. Dr. Andreas Kirschning, Universität Hannover, Institut für Organische Chemie)
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