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  1. Laser Back to Top

    (1) Thomas Walther
    The Laser and its Applications
    Young Scientists Workshop Fraunhofer ICT - IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2017).
    (2) Premaditya Chhetri for the RADRIS Collaboration
    Laser spectroscopy of the heaviest elements at GSI
    Vortrag
    XXXV Mazurian Lakes Conference on Physics, Poland (2017).
    (3) Thomas Walther, Benjamin Rein, Sabine Euler, Oleg Nikiforov
    Quantum Engineering: On QKD and UV Lasing Without Inversion
    TAMU Symposium on Quantum Physics and Engineering
    Princeton, USA (June 2017).
    (4) Thomas Walther, Benjamin Rein, Sabine Euler, Oleg Nikiforov
    Quantum Engineering: On QKD and UV Lasing Without Inversion
    Camel 13 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (June 2017).
    (5) Benjamin Rein, Jochen Schmitt, Thomas Walther
    Dopplerfreie drei-Photonen Kohärenz in Quecksilberdampf
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 52,1/Q42.5, (2017).
    (6) Premaditya Chhetri, Dieter Ackermann, Hartmut Backe, Michael Block, Bradley Cheal, Christian Droese, Christopher E. Düllmann, Julia Even, Rafael Ferrer, Francesca Giacoppo, Stefan Götz, Fritz Peter Heßberger, Oliver Kaleja, Jadambaa Khuyagbaatar, Peter Kunz, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Felix Lautenschläger, Werner Lauth, Lotte Lens, Nathalie Lecesne, Andrew K. Mistry, Sebastian Raeder, Enrique Minaya Ramirez, Thomas Walther, Alexander Yakushev, Zhiyuan Zhang
    The first ionization potential of nobelium
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 52,1/A9.7, (2017).
    (7) Sebastian Raeder, Dieter Ackermann, Hartmut Backe, Michael Block, Bradley Cheal, Premaditya, Christian Droese, Christopher E. Düllmann, Julia Even, Rafael Ferrer, Francesca Giacoppo, Stefan Götz, Fritz Peter Heßberger, Oliver Kaleja, Jadambaa Khuyagbaatar, Peter Kunz, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Felix Lautenschläger, Werner Lauth, Lotte Lens, Nathalie Lecesne, Andrew K. Mistry, Sebastian Raeder, Enrique Minaya Ramirez, Thomas Walther, Alexander Yakushev, Zhiyuan Zhang
    Laser spectroscopy of the heaviest elements
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 52,1/A9.1, (2017).
    (8) Danyal Winters, Premaditya Chhetri, Dieter Ackermann, Hartmut Backe, Michael Block, Bradley Cheal, Christian Droese, Christopher E. Düllmann, Julia Even, Rafael Ferrer, Francesca Giacoppo, Stefan Götz, Fritz Peter Heßberger, Oliver Kaleja, Jadambaa Khuyagbaatar, Peter Kunz, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Felix Lautenschläger, Werner Lauth, Lotte Lens, Nathalie Lecesne, Andrew K. Mistry, Sebastian Raeder, Enrique Minaya Ramirez, Thomas Walther, Alexander Yakushev, Zhiyuan Zhang
    The first ionization potential of nobelium
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 52,1/A9.7, (2017).
    (9) D. Ackermann, H. Backe, M. Block, B. Cheal, P. Chhetri, C. Droese, Ch. E. Düllmann, P. van Duppen, J. Even, R. Ferrer, F. Giacoppo S. Götz, F.P. Heszlig;berger, M. Huyse, O. Kaleja, J. Khuyagbaatar, P. Kunz, M. Laatiaoui, F. Lautenschl&asuml;ger, W. Lauth, A.K. Mistry, S. Raeder, E. Minaya Ramirez, Th. Walther, C. Wraith, A. Yakushev
    Spectroscopy on Nobelium at GSI
    INPC Conference
    Adelaide, Australia (2016).
    (10) Thomas Walther
    The Laser and its Applications
    Young Scientists Workshop IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2016).
    (11) Premaditya Chhetri for the RADRIS Collaboration
    Laser spectroscopy of nobelium isotopes
    Vortrag
    EXON VIII International Symposium on Exotic Nuclei, Kazan, Russia (2016).
    (12) Thomas Walther
    Harnessing the Power of Lasers: From Basic Research to Applications
    Kolloquium am Fachbereich Physik, Universität Mainz
    Mainz, Germany (Juli 2016).
    (13) Thomas Walther
    On Temperature Measurements of the Ocean and UV Lasing Without Inversion
    Camel 12 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (June 2016).
    (14) Thomas Walther
    The Power of Lasers - On Laser Cooling and other Applications of Laser Spectroscopy
    Eingeladener Vortrag
    IMP, Lanzhou, China, (2016).
    (15) Felix Lautenschläger for the RADRIS Collaboration
    Laser spectroscopy of the element nobelium
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 51,1/A34.3, (2016).
    (16) Thomas Walther
    The Laser and its Applications
    Young Scientists Workshop IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2015).
    (17) H. B. Wang, X. Ma, W. Q. Wen, Z. K. Huang, D. C. Zhang, B. Hai, X. L. Zhu, D. M. Zhao J. Li,
    X. M. Ma, T. L. Yan, R. S. Mao, T. C. Zhao, J. X. Wu, J. C. Yang, Y. J. Yuan, J.W. Xia,
    M. Loeser, M. Siebold, U. Schramm, O. Boine-Frankenheim, L. Eidam, D. F. A. Winters, G. Birkl, B. Rein, Th. Walther, M. Bussmann
    Progress of laser cooling of 12C3+ ions at the CSRe
    ICPEAC 2015, XXIX International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Collisions
    Toledo, Spain (July 2015).
    (18) Thomas Walther
    The Power of Light: From Cooling and Temperature Measurements to LWI
    Wyoming Summer School, Quantum Science Engineering
    Wyoming, USA (July 2015).
    (19) Thomas Walther
    The power of photons: from temperature measurements to UV lasing without inversion
    Camel 11 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (June 2015).
    (20) Thomas Walther
    The Power of Photons: From Many To Just One
    CROSSING Event
    Darmstadt, Germany (Juni 2015).
    (21) Anika Trautmann, Ralf Hellmann, Thomas Walther
    Fabrication and characterization of 3D direct laser written structures using 515 nm and 780 nm
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 50,1/Q66.4, (2015).
    (22) Vincenzo Talluto, Lukas Mader, Thomas Walther, Thomas Blochowicz
    Ein regenerativer Zweifarben-Ti:Sa Verstärker für ein Triplett-Solvatationsdynamik Experiment
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 50,1/Q30.7, (2015).
    (23) Felix Lautenschläger, Hartmut Backe, Michael Block, Bradley Cheal, Premaditya Chhetri, Peter Kunz, Fritz-Peter Heßberger, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Werner Lauth, Sebastian Räder, Thomas Walther, Calvin Wraith
    Search for the 1P1 level in 254No in a buffer-gas cell
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 50,1/A30.7, (2015).
    (24) Premaditya Chhetri, Michael Block, Harmut Backe, Peter Kunz, Fritz-Peter Heßberger, Mustapha Laatiaoui, werner Lauth, Felix Lautenschläger, Sebastian Räder, Thomas Walther, Calvin Wraith
    Laser spectroscopy of the heaviest elements at GSI
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 50,1/A13.2, (2015).
    (25) T. Kuehl, Th. Stöhlker, D. Winters, R. Sanchez, V. Bagnoud, U. Eisenbarth, F. Gaertner, S. Götte, S. Hagmann, J. Kluge, Y. Litvinov, P. Neumayer, W. Quint, B. Zielbauer, W.Nörtershäuser , G. Birkl, T.Beck, Ch.Geppert, Th. Walther, B. Landgraf, J. Rothhardt, Ch. Spielmann, J. Ullmann, A. Tünnermann, M. Bussmann, U.Schramm, M. Siebold, X. Ma, W. Wen, H. Zhao, R.Hutton, Y.Zou, V. Stancalie, D. Ursescu, H. Backe, G. Huber, V. Hannen, Ch. Weinheimer, D. Vernhet, P. Indelicato, B. Aurand, D. Prasuhn, R. Schuch, A. Georgiadis, D. Segal, R. Thompson, N. Mason, Z. Harman, G. Saathoff, J. Gillaspy, A. Dax, J. Seres, J. Biegert, T.Mohamed, S. Namba
    Laser spectroscopy of lithium-like ions at HESR
    STORI 14, 9th International Conference on Nuclear Physics at Storage Rings
    St. Goar, Germany (October 2014).
    (26) Thomas Walther
    The Laser and its Applications
    Young Scientists Workshop IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2014).
    (27) Thomas Walther, Benjamin Rein, Martin Sturm, Reinhold Walser
    Towards lasing without inversion in neutral mercury vapors
    LPHYS '14, 23rd Annual International Laser Physics Workshop
    Sofia, Bulgaria (July 2014).
    (28) Thomas Walther
    Lasing without inversion in mercury
    Camel 10 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (June 2014).
    (29) Premaditya Chhetri, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Felix Lautenschläger, Michael Block, Werner Lauth, Hartmut Backe, Thomas Walther, Peter Kunz, Fritz-Peter Heßberger
    Towards isotope shift and hyperfine structure measurements of the element nobelium
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/A9.4, (2014).
    (30) Felix Lautenschläger, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Premaditya Chhetri, Michael Block, Werner Lauth, Hartmut Backe, Thomas Walther, Peter Kunz, Fritz-Peter Heßberger
    Laser spectroscopy of the heaviest elements at SHIP-TRAP
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/A9.6, (2014).
    (31) Benjamin Rain, Johanna Heck, Thomas Walther
    Frequenzstabilisierung zweier Lasersysteme auf angeregte Quecksilberübergänge bei 435,8 nm und 546,1 nm für Lasing Without Inversion
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/Q8.8, (2014).
    (32) Premaditya Chhetri, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Felix Lautenschläger, Michael Block, Werner Lauth, Hartmut Backe, Thomas Walther, Peter Kunz, Fritz-Peter Heßberger
    Towards isotope shift and hyperfine structure measurements of the element nobelium
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/Q10.4, (2014).
    (33) Felix Lautenschläger, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Premaditya Chhetri, Michael Block, Werner Lauth, Hartmut Backe, Thomas Walther, Peter Kunz, Fritz-Peter Heßberger
    Laser spectroscopy of the heaviest elements at SHIP-TRAP
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/Q10.6, (2014).
    (34) Thomas Walther
    The Laser and its Applications
    Young Scientists Workshop IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2013).
    (35) Thomas Walther
    Lasing without inversion in mercury
    Camel 9 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (June 2013).
    (36) Mustapha Laatiaoui, H. Backe, M. Block, F.P. Heßberger, P. Kunz, F. Lautenschläger, W. Lauth, Th. Walther
    Recent achievements towards laser spectrosopy at the element nobelium
    IX International Workshop on Application of Lasers and Storage Devices in Atomic Nuclei Research
    Posen, Poland (May 2013).
    (37) Thomas Walther
    The Laser and its Applications
    Young Scientists Workshop IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2012).
    (38) Mustapha Laatiaoui, M. Block, F-P. Heßberger, P. Kunz, F. Lautenschläger, W. Lauth, Th. Walther
    Towards laser spectroscopy of trans-fermium elements
    LAP 2012 6th International Conference on Laser Probing
    Paris (2012).
    (39) Mustapha Laatiaoui, Hartmut Backe, Michael Block, Fritz-Peter Heßberger, Peter Kunz, Felix Lautenschläger, Werner Lauth, Thomas Walther
    Towards laser spectroscopy of trans-fermium elements
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 47, 2/Q33.6, (2012).
    (40) Thorsten Führer, Thomas Walther
    Evaluation der Auswirkung verschiedener Rauschtypen auf die Linienbreite eines aktiv stabilisierten ECDLs
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 47, 2/Q40.4, (2012).
    (41) Michael Bussmann, Franziska Kroll, Markus Löser, Matthias Siebold, Ulrich Schramm, Weiqiang Wen, Daniel F.A. Winters, Tobias Beck, Benjamin Rein, Thomas Walther, Gerhard Birkl, Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Thomas Kühl, Christian Novotny, Christophor Kozhuharov, Christopher Geppert, Markus Steck, Christina Dimopoulou, Fritz Nolden, Xinwen Ma, Thomas Stöhlker
    Overview of laser cooling of relativistic C3+ ion beams at ESR
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 46, 1/A15.4, (2011).
    (42) Tobias Beck, Benjamin Rein, Thomas Walther
    Faserverstärker-basierter Ar-Ionen Laser Ersatz
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 46, 1/Q21.7, (2011).
    (43) Daniel Rieländer, Tobias Beck, Mathias Sinther, Thomas Walther
    UV-Strahlquelle mittels Frequenzvervierfachung eines Faserverstärkers
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 46, 1/Q42.5, (2011).
    (44) Thorsten Führer, Benjamin Rein, Thomas Walther
    Modellierung und Anwendung eines Verfahrens zur Verbesserung der Eigenschaften von Laserdioden mit externem Resonator (ECDL)
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 45, 1/Q33.7, (2010).
    (45) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag bei den 3. Bergsträsser Weltraumtagen
    3. Bergsträsser Weltraumtage, Seeheim-Jugenheim.
    (46) Th. Walther
    Entangled Photons and more...
    Atomphysik-Seminar
    GSI, Darmstadt, Germany.
    (47) Th. Walther
    Der Laser - Einer für Alles?
    Studium Generale - Mainzer Universitätsgespräche
    Universität Mainz, Germany (July 2009).
    (48) Th. Walther
    Der Laser - Einer für Alles?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag auf der Sternwarte Starkenburg
    Sternwarte Starkenburg, Germany (June 2009).
    (49) Mathias Sinther, Hanne Beck, Sergej Molleker, Thomas Walther
    Yb-Faserverstärker bei Wellenlängen abseits des Verstärkungs-Maximums
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 43, 3/Q4.1, (2008).
    (50) Daniel Depenheuer, Henning Glässer, Thomas Walther
    Ein ns-Titan:Saphir Laser als nahezu universelle Lichtquelle
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 43, 3/Q4.2, (2008).
    (51) Thorsten Führer, Thomas Walther
    Optimierung und Automatisierung eines ECDLs basierend auf einem Modell zur Modensprungdynamik
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 43, 3/Q9.3, (2008).
    (52) Mathias Sinther, Albert Seifert, Sergej Molleker, Thomas Walther
    Charakterisierung eines Faserverstärkers bei 1014 nm

    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 42, 3/Q3.2, (2007).
    (53) Th. Walther
    Laser, Physik und Anwendungen
    Impulsvortrag beim Workshop Light in Medicine
    Erlangen, Germany (2006).
    (54) C. Schwab und Th. Walther
    Aufbau und Charakterisierung eines Zweifrequenz-Ti:Saphir Lasers mit Nanosekundenpulsen
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung Berlin (2005).
    (55) D. Depenheuer und Th. Walther
    Gepulster Titan-Saphir Laser als flexible Lichtquelle
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung Berlin (2005).
    (56) Thomas Amthor, Mathias Sinther and Thomas Walther
    Entwicklung eines cw-Titan-Saphir Lasers
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung Hannover (2003).
    (57) Th. Walther
    Faserverstaerker - Von der Angewandten Physik zur Grundlagenforschung
    Colloquium; Universitaet Erlangen
    December 2000, Erlangen, Germany.
    (58) Th. Walther
    Faserverstaerker - Von der Angewandten Physik zur Grundlagenforschung
    Gruppenseminar AG Woeste; FU Berlin
    July 2000, Berlin, Germany.
    (59) Th. Walther
    Faserverstaerker - Von der Angewandten Physik zur Grundlagenforschung
    Atomphysik Colloquium; Technische Universitaet Darmstadt
    May 2000, Darmstadt, Germany.
    (60) Y. Liao, Th. Walther, R. Nocolaescu, J. Pan and E.S. Fry.
    Dual-wavelength injection-seeded pulsed Ti:Sapphire laser
    Fall Meeting Texas Section APS
    October 1997, Denton, Texas.
    (61) R. Nicolaescu, Th. Walther and E.S. Fry.
    Linewidth narrowing of a Pulsed Alexandrite Laser Using Intracavity Phase Modulation
    Fall Meeting Texas Section APS
    October 1997, Denton, Texas.
    (62) Matthew P. Larsen, Erwin Thomas, Thomas Walther and Edward S. Fry
    Injection Seeding of a Ti:Sapphire Laser using a Ramp-Hold-Fire Technique
    Conference on Laser and Electro-Optics 1997
    May 1997, Baltimore, Maryland.
    (63) Th. Walther, T. K. Minton and H. Bitto.
    Aufbau eines Ein-Moden Optischen Parametrischen Oszillators im Bereich von 1.5m
    m (Signal) bzw. 3.3m
    m (Idler)
    Spring Conference German Physical Society
    1994, Hamburg, Germany.

  2. Trapping Back to Top

    (1) Holger John, Thomas Walther
    Fiber Amplifier for trapping ultra-cold mercury: A non-cryogenic approach
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/Q1.4, (2014).
    (2) Thomas Walther
    Quantum Optical Experiments based on Neutral Mercury
    Camel 8 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (July 2012).
    (3) Thomas Walther
    Trapping Neutral Mercury
    Camel 7 Workshop
    Nessebar, Bulgaria (July 2011).
    (4) Sebastian Siol, Patrick Villwock, Mathias Sinther, Thomas Walther
    Kalte neutrale Quecksilberatome in einer MOT
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 45, 1/Q2.6, (2010).
    (5) Th. Walther
    Trapping of Neutral Mercury: Status and Prospects
    Workshop in Honor of M.O. Scully
    University of Ulm, Germany.
    (6) Th. Walther
    Trapping of Neutral Mercury
    Atomic Physics Seminar
    Department of Physics, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 2009.
    (7) Th. Walther
    Sensing and Trapping - Laser Spectroscopy in Applied and Basic Research
    AMO Seminar
    Department of Physics, Rice University, Houston, TX, 2009.
    (8) Th. Walther
    Trapping of Neutral Mercury
    Colloquium
    Department of Physics, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, 2009.
    (9) Th. Walther
    Trapping of Neutral Mercury
    Quantum Optics Seminar
    Department of Physics, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 2009.
    (10) Th. Walther
    Lasers for Basic and Applied Research
    Seminar
    TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada, 2009.
    (11) Th. Walther
    Trapping of Neutral Mercury: Status, Challenges, Prospects
    Seminar
    TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada, 2009.
    (12) Patrick Villwock, Arne Schönhut, Mathias Sinther, Thomas Walther
    Kalte neutrale Quecksilberatome in einer MOT
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 44, 1/Q16.3, (2009).
    (13) Th. Walther
    Measuring with Light
    Seminar
    University of Mainz, Germany (Mai 2008).
    (14) Th. Walther
    Prospects of Trapping Neutral Mercury
    Memorial Session for Herbert Walther during the 37th Colloquium on ``Physics of Quantum Electronics '06''
    January 2007, Snowbird, Utah, USA.
    (15) Th. Walther
    Laser, Heisse Gase, Kalte Atome
    Antrittsvorlesung
    Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, (2002).
    (16) Th. Walther
    Atom Trapping, Fiber Amplifier and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
    EXAKT Seminar, University of Mainz
    July 2000, Mainz, Germany.
    (17) Th. Walther
    Quecksilber - der Stein von Rosetta der Physik?
    Atomphysik Seminar; Universitaet Kaiserslautern
    June 2000, Kaiserslautern, Germany.
    (18) Th. Walther
    Quecksilber - der Stein von Rosetta der Physik?
    Atomphysik Colloquium; Universitaet Bonn
    April 2000, Bonn, Germany.
    (19) Th. Walther
    Quecksilber - der Stein von Rosetta der Physik?
    Atom Physik Seminar; Universitaet Tuebingen
    January 2000, Tuebingen, Germany.
    (20) Th. Walther
    Mercury - the Rosetta Stone of Physics?
    Atomic Physics Seminar; Trinity College
    January 2000, San Antonio, TX.
    (21) Th. Walther
    Mercury - the Rosetta Stone of Physics?
    Atomic Physics Seminar; Rice University
    January 2000, Houston, TX.
    (22) Th. Walther.
    Mercury - the Rosetta stone of physics?
    Modern Trends in Quantum Optics, Meeting in Honor of M.O. Scully
    June 1999, Garching, Germany.
    (23) Th. Walther
    Hg - just another trapped atom?
    Colloquium on ``Physics of Quantum Electronics '99''
    January 1999, Snowbird, Utah, USA.

  3. Brillouin Back to Top

    (1) Thomas Walther, David Rupp, Andreas Zipf, Manuel Kress, Kerstin Lux, Charles Trees
    A Brillouin Lidar for remote sensing of the temperature pro- file in the ocean - towards a simultaneous measurement of temperature and salinity
    OCEANS 17
    Anchorage, USA (September 2017) .
    (2) Thomas Walther
    Recent Progress towards UV-LWI and the Remote Measurement of Temperature Profiles in the Ocean
    Lunch Seminar
    Texas A&M University, Department of Physics (2016).
    (3) Thomas Walther
    Advances of a Brillouin Scattering Lidar System for the Detection of Temperature Profiles in the Ocean: Laboratory Measurements and Field Test
    Ocean Sciences Meeting
    New Orleans, USA (February 2016) .
    (4) Thomas Walther
    A Brillouin Lidar for Temperature Profile Measurements in the Ocean
    46th Winter Colloquium of the Physics of Quantum Electronics
    Utah, USA (January 2016) .
    (5) Andreas Rudolf, David Rupp, Thomas Walther
    Ein Brillouin-LIDAR zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen im Ozean: Labor-Demonstration des Gesamtsystems
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (IV) 48,4/Q50.4, (2013).
    (6) Andreas Rudolf
    A Brillouin-LIDAR for the remote sensing of the temperature profile in the ocean - Towards the laboratory demonstration
    OCEANS 2012
    Yeosu, Korea (May 2012).
    (7) Andreas Rudolf, Vincenzo Talluto, Johanna Heck, Thomas Walther
    Ein Brillouin-LIDAR zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen des Ozeans: Fortschritte zur Erprobung des Gesamtsystems
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 47, 2/Q42.4, (2012).
    (8) Thomas Walther
    Brillouin Scattering and Temperature
    LOOPP Workshop
    Lerici, Italy (November 2011).
    (9) Thomas Walther
    Lasers in Basic Research
    Young Scientists Workshop IMM, invited contribution
    Mainz, Germany (2011).
    (10) Andreas Rudolf, Vinzenco Talluto and Thomas Walther
    Progress towards the Implementation of a Brillouin-Lidar for Remote Sensing of the Temperature Profile in the Ocean
    5th Workshop of EARSeL
    Prague, Czech Republic.
    (11) Vincenzo Talluto, Andreas Rudolf, Thomas Walther
    Ein Brillouin-LIDAR zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen des Ozeans: Optimierung des ESFADOF-Pumpprozesses
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 46, 1/Q62.8, (2011).
    (12) Andreas Rudolf, Alexandru Popescu, Thomas Walther
    Ein Brillouin-LIDAR zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen des Ozeans: Fortschritte am ESFADOF-Detektor zum praktischen Einsatz
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 46, 1/Q62.9, (2011).
    (13) Thomas Walther
    Sound and Light - the perfect match for remote sensing of the ocean
    Vortrag zum IMPRS Symposium New Frontiers in Science
    Munich, Germany (2010).
    (14) Andreas Rudolf, Alexandru Popescu, Thomas Walther
    Ein Brillouin-LIDAR zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen des Ozeans: Generelle Eignung eines ESFADOF-Detektors
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 45, 1/Q41.7, (2010).
    (15) Alexandru Popescu, Kai Schorstein and Thomas Walther
    Proof of concept of a brillouin-lidar for remote sensing of oceanic temperature profiles
    4th Workshop of EARSeL
    Crete, Greece.
    (16) Alexandru Popescu, Kai Schorstein, Thomas Walther
    Ein Brillouin-LIDAR zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen des Ozeans: Erste tiefenaufgelöste Messungen
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 44, 1/Q36.1, (2009).
    (17) Th. Walther
    On a Novel Approach to a Brillouin LIDAR for the Remote Sensing of the Temperature Profile in the Ocean
    2nd Sino-German Workshop on Quantum Engineering
    September 2007, Reisensburg, Germany.
    (18) Peer Fietzek, Ingo Massmann, Alexandru Popescu, Kai Schorstein, Thomas Walther
    Tiefenaufgelöste Temperaturmessung in Wasser - Auf dem Weg zu einem Brillouin-LIDAR
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 42, 3/Q39.4, (2007).
    (19) Ingo Massmann, Alexandru Popescu, Thomas Walther
    Die Auswirkungen von Puffergas auf FADOF-Systeme
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 42, 3/Q68.5, (2007).
    (20) Th. Walther
    On a novel approach to a Brillouin LIDAR for the Remote Sensing of Temperature Profile in the Ocean
    Seminar
    Erlangen, Germany (2006).
    (21) A. Popescu und Th. Walther
    Charakterisierung eines Rubidium EFADOF Kantenfilter unter moderaten Pumpleistungen
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung Frankfurt (2006).
    (22) A. Popescu und Th. Walther
    Untersuchungen zur Realisierung eines Brillouin-LIDARs für die Aufnahme von Temperaturprofilen im Ozean
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung Berlin (2005).
    (23) K. Schorstein und Th. Walther
    Entwicklung eines gepulsten Faserverstärkers für ein Brillouin-Lidar
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung München (2004).
    (24) A. Popescu und Th. Walther
    Design und Test eines FADOF-Systems zur Messung von Temperaturprofilen von Wasser
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung München (2004).
    (25) J. Katz, D. Liu, Y. Emery, J. Pan, Th. Walther and E.S. Fry.
    Frequency-Resolved Brillouin Scattering in Fresh and Salt Water
    Fall Meeting Texas Section APS
    October 1997, Denton, Texas.
    (26) Th. Walther.
    Remote Sound Velocity and Temperature Measurement in the Ocean
    Postdoctoral Michelson Prize Lecture Case Western Reserve University
    April 1997, Cleveland, Ohio.

  4. Sensor Back to Top

    (1) Andreas Wolf and Thomas Walther
    Laserbasierter UV-Absorptions-Sensor für Stickstoffmonoxid
    Kurzvortrag
    DPG Frühjahrstagung Hannover (2003).
    (2) G.J. Ray, T.N. Anderson, R.P. Lucht, Th. Walther, and J.A. Caton
    Fiber-Amplified, Diode-Laser-Based Sensor for OH Absorption
    Gordon Research Conference: Laser Diagnostics in Combustion 2001
    Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA.
    (3) Th. Walther, G. Tweedale, G. Ray, R. P. Lucht, and J. A. Caton
    Fiber amplifier based sensors for combustion control
    Session: CWA35 (Poster presentation), Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics 2001, OSA
    Baltimore, May 2001.
    (4) G. J. Ray, T. N. Anderson, R. P. Lucht, Th. Walther, and J. A. Caton
    Generation of Narrow Linewidth Pulses via Amplification in a Chain of Fiber/Bulk Amplifiers
    Second Joint Meeting of the US Sections of the Combustion Institute, paper 268
    2001.

  5. Cooling Back to Top

    (1) Daniel Kiefer, Tobias Beck, Thomas Walther
    Pikosekunden Masteroszillator-Faserverstärker-System zur Ionenstrahlkühlung
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 51,1/A4.5, (2016).
    (2) Danyal Winters, Tobias Beck, Gerhard Birkl, Oliver Boine-Frankenheim, Christina Dimopoulou, Lewin Eidam, Volker Hannen, Thomas Kühl, Matthias Lochmann, Markus Löser, Xinwen Ma, Fritz Nolden, Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Benjamin Rein, Rodolfo Sanchez, Ulrich Schramm, Mathias Siebold, Peter Spiller, Markus Steck, Thomas Stöhlker, Johannes Ullmann, Thomas Walther, Weiqiang Wen, Jie Yang, Dacheng Zhang and Michael Bussmann
    Laser cooling of relativistic highly charged ions
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 51,1/A7.6, (2016).
    (3) D. Winters, C. Dimopoulou, T. Giacomini, C. Kozhuharov, Th. Kühl, Yu. Litvinov, M. Lochmann, W. Nörtershäuser, F. Nolden, R. Sanchez, S. Sanjari, M. Steck, Th. Stöhlker, J. Ullmann, T. Beck, G. Birkl, B. Rein, S. Tichelmann, Th. Walther, X. Ma, W. Wen, J. Yang, D. Zhang, M. Löser, U. Schramm, M. Seltmann, M. Siebold and M. Bussmann
    Laser cooling of hot, relativistic ion beams at FAIR
    STORI 14, 9th International Conference on Nuclear Physics at Storage Rings
    St. Goar, Germany (October 2014).
    (4) Michael Bussmann, Danyal Winters, Weiqiang Wen, Christina Dimopoulou, Tino Giacomini, Christophor Kozhuharov, Thomas Kühl, Yuri Litvinov, Matthias Lochmann, Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Fritz Nolden, Rodolfo Sanchez, Shahab Sanjari, Markus Steck, Thomas Stöhlker, Johannes Ullmann, Tobias Beck, Gerhard Birkl, Benjamin Rein, Sascha Tichelmann, Thomas Walther, Xinwen Ma, Dacheng Zhang, Markus Löser, Michael Seltmann, Matthias Siebold, Ulrich Schramm
    Cooling Relativistic Ion Beams of initially large Momentum Spread with a fast scanning cw Laser System
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 49,2/A46.5, (2014).
    (5) Michael Bussmann, Michael Seltmann, Matthias Siebold, Ulrich Schramm, Weiqiang Wen, Danyal Winters, Tobias Beck, Benjamin Rein, Thomas Walther, Sascha Tichelmann, Gerhard Birkl, Rodolfo Sanchez-Alarcon, Johannes Ullmann, Matthias Lochmann, Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Colin Clark, Christophor Kozhuharov, Markus Steck, Christina Dimopulou, Fritz Nolden, Dacheng Zhang, Xinwen Ma, Thomas Stöhlker, Shahab Sanjari, Tino Giacomini, Jie Yang
    Broadband Lasercooling of Relativistic Ion beams at ESR
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 48,2/HK83.3, (2013).
    (6) Felix Lautenschläger, Mustapha Laatiaoui, Michael Block, Werner Lauth, Hartmut Backe, Thomas Walther, Fritz-Peter Heßberger
    Towards Radiation Detected Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy on Transfermium Elements in a Buffer Gas Cell
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (IV) 48,4/A10.4, (2013).
    (7) Danyal Winters, Colin Clark, Christina Dimopoulou, Tino Giacomini, Christophor Kozhuharov, Thomas Kühl, Matthias Lochmann, Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Fritz Nolden, Rodolfo Sanchez, Shahab Saniari, Markus Steck, Thomas Stöhlker, Johannes Ullmann, Tobias Beck, Gerhard Birkl, Benjamin Rein, Sascha Tichelmann, Thomas Walther, Xinwen Ma, Weiqiang Wen, Jie Yang, Dacheng Zhang, Ulrich Schramm, Michael Seltmann, Mathias Siebold, Michael Bussmann
    Broadband Lasercooling of relativistic ions at the ESR
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (IV) 48,4/A10.6,(2013).
    (8) Michael Bussmann, Uwe Stuhr, Matthias Siebold, Ulrich Schramm, Danyal Winters, Thomas Kühl, Christopher Kozhuharov, Christina Dimopoulou, Fritz Nolden, Markus Steck, Christopher Geppert, Rodolfo Marcelo Sanchez Alarcon, Wilfried Nörstershäuser, Thomas Stöhlker, Tobias Beck, Thomas Walther, Sascha Tichelmann, Gerhard Birkl, Weiqiang Wen, Xinwen Ma
    Laser Cooling and Optical Diagnostics for Relativistic Ion Beams
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG(VI) 47, 2/A50.2, (2012).
    (9) Michael Bussmann, Ulrich Schramm, Danyal F.A. Winters, Thomas Walther, Gerhard Birkl, Christina Dimopoulou, Fritz Nolden, Markus Steck, Bernhard Franzke, Christian Novotny, Christopher Geppert, Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Christophor Kozhuharov, Thomas Kühl, Thomas Stöhlker
    All-Optical Cooling and Diagnostics for Relativistic Ion Beams
    Kurzvortrag
    Verhandl. DPG (VI) 45, 1/A17.1, (2010).

  6. EPR Back to Top

    (1) Th. Walther
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment - On the Road to a Final Answer
    Atomphysik-Seminar
    GSI, Darmstadt, Germany.
    (2) Th. Walther
    Quecksilber - der Rosetta Stein der Physik?
    Physikkolloquium
    University of Frankfurt, Germany.
    (3) Th. Walther
    Mercury - the Rosetta Stone of Physics?
    Workshop on Mysteries, Puzzles, and Paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics
    August 2001, Gargnano, Italy.
    (4) Th. Walther
    From Entanglement of Atoms to an Atom Based Einstein-Podolsky Rosen Experiment
    Minisymposium on Quantum Computing
    Mai 2001, College Station.
    (5) Th. Walther
    From Entanglement of Atoms to an Atom Based Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment
    Quantum Information Processing; Physikzentrum Bad Honnef
    January 2000, Bad Honnef, Physikzentrum, Germany.
    (6) Th. Walther
    Quecksilber - nur ein weiteres Atom in der Falle?
    Physics-Seminar; University of Erlangen
    July 1999, Erlangen, Germany.
    (7) Th. Walther
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment - On the Road to a Final Answer
    Physics-Colloquium; University of Kaiserslautern
    June 1998, Kaiserslautern, Germany.
    (8) Th. Walther
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment - On the Road to a Final Answer
    Physics Colloquium, Ohio-State
    March 1998, Columbus, OH.
    (9) Th. Walther
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment - On the Road to a Final Answer
    Physics Colloquium,Texas A&M University
    January 1998, College Station.
    (10) Th. Walther.
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment - On the Road to a Final Answer
    Physical Chemistry/Chemical Physics Seminar, Pennstate
    November 1997, State College.
    (11) A. Dong, R.A. Kenefick, Th. Walther, K.R. Chapin and E.S. Fry.
    Detection of Hg atoms in an EPR experiment
    Fall Meeting Texas Section APS
    October 1997, Denton, Texas.
    (12) Th. Walther and E.S. Fry
    A Novel Approach to Testing Bell Inequalities
    SymposiUlm Lamb Festival; University of Ulm
    July 1997, Ulm, Germany.
    (13) Th. Walther and E.S. Fry.
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment - On the Road to a Final Answer
    Colloquium Institute of Physical Chemistry, University Of Zürich
    July 1997, Zürich, Switzerland.
    (14) Th. Walther.
    A Novel Approach to Testing Bell Inequalities
    Postdoctoral Michelson Prize Lecture Case Western Reserve University
    April 1997, Cleveland, Ohio.
    (15) Th. Walther.
    The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox - On the way to a final answer
    Electrical Engineering Department, Texas A&M University
    February 1997, College Station, Texas.
    (16) Th. Walther and E.S. Fry
    A New Approach to Testing Bell Inequalities
    Colloquium on ``Physics of Quantum Electronics '97''
    January 1997, Snowbird, Utah, USA.
    (17) Th. Walther.
    A Novel Approach to Testing Bell Inequalities
    Quantum Optics Seminar, University of Rochester
    November 1996, Rochester, New York.
    (18) Th. Walther.
    An Experimental Realization of Bohm's Spin-1/2 EPR-Experiment Based on Hg
    Quantum Optics Workshop, Caspar, Wyoming
    August 1996, Caspar, Wyoming.
    (19) Th. Walther.
    Ein Neues EPR-Experiment
    Quantum Optics Seminar, University of Konstanz.
    August 1996, Konstanz, Germany.
    (20) Th. Walther and E.S. Fry.
    An Experimental Realization of Bohm's Spin-1/2 EPR-Experiment Based on Hg
    II. Symposium on Fundamental Problems of Quantum Mechanics
    July 1996, Oviedo, Spain.
    (21) Th. Walther.
    Ein Neues EPR-Experiment
    Optics Seminar, University of Erlangen
    July 1996, Erlangen, Germany.
    (22) Th. Walther.
    An Experimental Realization of Bohm's Spin-1/2 EPR-Experiment Based on Hg
    Seminar, University of Innsbruck
    July 1996, Innsbruck, Austria.
    (23) Th. Walther.
    An Experimental Realization of Bohm's Spin-1/2 EPR-Experiment Based on Hg
    Quantum Institute Seminar. Rice University
    May 1996, Houston, TX, USA.
    (24) E.S. Fry and Th. Walther.
    A Loophole Free Test of the Bell Inequalities
    Conference on Quantum Interferometry
    March 1996, Trieste, Italy.
    (25) Th. Walther and E.S. Fry.
    On Some Aspects of a Hg Based EPR-Experiment
    Colloquium on ``Physics of Quantum Electronics '96''
    January 1996, Snowbird, Utah, USA.
    (26) Th. Walther.
    Quantum Mechanics and the EPR-Paradox: A General Introduction
    Colloquium, Prairie View A&M University
    November 1995, Prairie View, TX, USA.
    (27) Th. Walther.
    Quantum Mechanics and the EPR-Paradox: A Definitive Experiment
    Colloquium, Prairie View A\&M University
    November 1995, Prairie View, TX, USA.
    (28) E.S. Fry and Th. Walther
    Experimental Realization of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Gedankenexperiment
    APS-Meeting Texas-Section
    October 1995, Lubbock, TX, USA.
    (29) Th. Walther.
    On Some Aspects of a Hg Based EPR-Experiment
    Seminar, University of Texas at Austin
    September 1995, Austin, TX, USA.
    (30) Th. Walther and E.S. Fry;
    On Some Aspects of a Hg Based EPR-Experiment
    Workshop on ``Quantum Optics in Fundamental and Applied Physics 1995''
    August 1995, Alta, Wyoming, USA.

  7. Quantum Information Back to Top

    (1) Thomas Walther
    Schrödinger's Katze, Einsteins Quanten - Mysterien mit Potential
    Öffentlicher Vortrag, Weltraumtage 2012
    Schuldorf, Bergstrasse (September 2012).
    (2) Th. Walther
    Schrödinger's Katze, Einstein's Quanten - Mysterien mit Potenzial
    Vortrag im Graduiertenkolleg Topologie der Technik
    TU Darmstadt, Germany (2008).
    (3) Th. Walther
    Entangled Atoms from dissociating molecules
    Japan-German Colloquium on Quantum Optics
    February 2004, Wildbad Kreuth, Germany.
    (4) Th. Walther
    Quanteninformation: Von Schrödinger's Katze zu Qubits
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2003).
    (5) Th. Walther
    Was steckt dahinter? Schrödinger's Katze, Einstein und Quanteninformation
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Was steckt dahinter?
    Darmstadt, Germany.

  8. Micro Fluidics Back to Top

  9. Materials Back to Top

  10. Coherence Effects Back to Top

  11. Mol. Dynamics Back to Top

  12. Quantum Optics Back to Top

    (1) Thomas Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (November 2015).
    (2) Thomas Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe "Was steckt dahinter?"
    Darmstadt, Germany (April 2015).
    (3) Thomas Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (November 2014).
    (4) Thomas Walther
    Wie beinflusst die Quantenoptik die Zukunft?
    W3+ Fair - Optics Electronics & Mechanics
    Wetzlar, Germany (February 2014).
    (5) Th. Walther
    Natur des Lichtes
    Öffentlicher Vortrag, Rotary Club Bensheim
    Bensheim, Germany (February 2014).
    (6) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag, Gymnasium Michelstadt in Zusammenarbeit mit der Odenwaldakademie
    Michelstadt, Germany (January 2014).
    (7) Thomas Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (November 2013).
    (8) Thomas Walther
    Warum fallen die Menschen nicht von der Weltkugel?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag, Kindervorlesung Bürgerstiftung
    Darmstadt, Germany (April 2013) .
    (9) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag vor der Beruflich-gymnasialen Oberstufe, Berufliche Schulen des Odenwaldkreises
    Michelstadt, Germany (2012).
    (10) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2011).
    (11) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2010).
    (12) Th. Walther
    Licht
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2008).
    (13) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag auf der Sternwarte Starkenburg
    Sternwarte Starkenburg, Germany (Mai 2008).
    (14) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Wissenschaft für alle
    GSI, Germany (Mai 2008).
    (15) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2007).
    (16) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag vor der Beruflich-gymnasialen Oberstufe, Berufliche Schulen des Odenwaldkreises
    Michelstadt, Germany (2006).
    (17) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2005).
    (18) Th. Walther
    Was ist Licht?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Reihe Saturday Morning Physics
    Darmstadt, Germany (2003).
    (19) Th. Walther
    Quantencomputer - und was dann?
    Öffentlicher Vortrag in der Ringvorlesung des DZI Sind Sie sicher?
    Darmstadt, Germany (2003).
    (20) Th. Walther
    Die verrückte Welt der Quantenphysik - Von Einstein zu Qubits
    Kolloquium (eingeladen) anlässlich der ZaPF
    Darmstadt, Germany (2003).

  13. Dark Matter Back to Top

  14. General Back to Top

  15. Misc Back to Top

    (1) Thomas Walther, Erik Kremser
    Physik in der Küche
    Öffentlicher Vortrag im Rahmen von Hellwach
    Darmstadt, Germany (Juni 2016).
    (2) Michael Maßler, Christian Sommer, Lisa Schott, Thomas Walther
    Cell Size Discrimination based on the Measurement of the Equilibrium Velocity in Rectangular Microchannels for Point of Care Diagnostics
    MFHS 2014, 2nd International Conference on Microfluidic Handling Systems
    Freiburg, Germany (September 2014).
    (3) Th. Walther
    Mysterium Photon - schnell, leicht, wandelbar
    Öffentlicher Vortrag auf der Sternwarte Starkenburg
    Sternwarte Starkenburg, Germany (Mai 2011).
    (4) Th. Walther
    Gemessen, gewogen und für gut befunden? - Eine kurze Geschichte der Einheiten
    Öffentlicher Vortrag auf der Sternwarte Starkenburg
    Sternwarte Starkenburg, Germany (July 2010).

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Laser und Quantenoptik
Institut für Angewandte Physik
Fachbereich 05 - Physik
Technische Universität Darmstadt
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