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Appenzeller, Immo et al. (Eds.): Heidelberger Physiker berichten - Rückblicke auf Forschung in der Physik und Astronomie: Band 5: Vielfalt der Physik, Heidelberg: heiBOOKS, 2018. DOI: 10.11588/heibooks.371.527More citation styles
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Immo Appenzeller, Dirk Dubbers, Hans-Georg Siebig, Albrecht Winnacker (Eds.)
Heidelberger Physiker berichten - Rückblicke auf Forschung in der Physik und Astronomie
Band 5: Vielfalt der Physik
As with the previous volumes in the series „Report’s from Heidelberg’s Physicists”, in volume 4, intended to be the penultimate volume in the series, Heidelberg lecturers not only of Physics but also of Physical Chemistry, look back on the development of their scientific careers and developments in their subjects. This volume has a special emphasis on application, as is mentioned in the title, which in the tradition of physics in Heidelberg has played more of a marginal role. The subtitle of the volume points on the one hand towards the personal academic development of the individual lecturers, and on the other hand towards the general tendency for basic research to open itself to being applied. In the texts presented in this volume this development occurs methodically, by applying the possibilities that result from the use of highly developed methods in laser spectroscopy, modern optics and spin resonance, to pose practical questions, often of an interdisciplinary nature, in areas such as biology, medicine, process engineering and materials science. It is precisely this interdisciplinary aspect of the research being presented that is characteristic of a trend in science today.
About the editors:
Immo Appenzeller, Professor emeritus for Astronomy, University of Heidelberg
Dirk Dubbers, Professor emeritus for Physics, University of Heidelberg
Hans-Georg Siebig, Technical servant ret., University of Heidelberg
Albrecht Winnacker, Professor emeritus, of material science, University of Erlangen; Senior Professor and founding director of the "Centre for Advanced Materials" (CAM) of the University of Heidelberg