The Felix Bloch Lecture Leipzig has been established in 2018 on the occasion of Bloch's birthday on 23 October as a biennial event. It includes a lecture and the presentation of the “Felix Bloch Early Investigator Award“.

Prof. Dr. Marius Grundmann with the lecturer Prof. Dr. Dmitry Budker and the winner of the “Felix Bloch Early Investigator Award 2021” Dr. Lukas Botsch (from left to right) in the foyer of the faculty
Prof. Dr. Marius Grundmann with the lecturer Prof. Dr. Dmitry Budker and the winner of the “Felix Bloch Early Investigator Award 2021” Dr. Lukas Botsch (from left to right), Photo: Dr. Alexander Weber

The Lecture honours Felix Bloch as name patron of our Institute for Solid State Physics and serves as a testimony to his scientific legacy.

The ”Felix Bloch Early Investigator Award” is presented during the event. It is awarded to young scientists for special scientific achievements during their doctoral studies or up to a maximum of three years after their doctorate, which have been significantly developed in Leipzig. 

Felix Bloch Lecture Leipzig on 26 October 2021

Lecture
Prof. Dr. Dmitry Budker, Helmholtz Institute Mainz and Johannes Gutenberg University
Extreme NMR – zero field, single spins and dark matter

Early Investigator Award
Dr. Lukas Botsch for his PhD thesis “Toward a systematic discovery of artificial functional ferromagnets and their applications”

Programme and Impressions
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Felix Bloch Lecture Leipzig on 23 October 2018

Lectures
Prof. Dr. Theo Rasing, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands
Controlling spin dynamics with light

Dr. Gerhard Rammer, TU Berlin
Felix Bloch and his early years in Leipzig

Early Investigator Award
Dr. Ralf Wunderlich for his PhD thesis “Nukleare Hyperpolarisation im Diamanten mittels Stickstoff-Fehlstellen-Zentren und komplexer Vier-Spin-Kopplung”

ProgrammE And Impressions
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