Physical Sciences

Physical Sciences

Physics is one of the oldest and most fundamental disciplines, and at IST Austria, scientists have approached questions in and inspired by this field from many different perspectives, using both experimental and theoretical methods. Research in physics often leads to technological advances, as discoveries lead to novel applications when scientists design new materials and machines to test their ideas. Physicists at IST Austria push boundaries in both aspects, and their research has led to developments in optical imaging, physical principles in biological systems, nanoelectronics, and more.

Physical Sciences at IST Austria are currently represented by:

NON-LINEAR AND TIME-RESOLVED OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY OF STRONGLY CORRELATED ELECTRON SYSTEMS

HIGH-RESOLUTION OPTICAL IMAGING FOR BIOLOGY

QUANTUM INTEGRATED DEVICES


PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

CONDENSED MATTER AND QUANTUM CIRCUITS

NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND TURBULENCE


QUANTUM SENSING WITH ATOMS AND LIGHT

FUNCTIONAL NANOMATERIALS

NANOELECTRONICS


THEORETICAL ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, AND OPTICAL PHYSICS

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

CONDENSED MATTER THEORY AND QUANTUM DYNAMICS


THEORETICAL BIOPHYSICS AND NEUROSCIENCE

SOFT AND COMPLEX MATERIALS



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