Our Graduate Lectures are specifically targeting the topics of the CRC 1277 both at an introductory and an advanced level. They will enable graduate students to follow and participate in top-of-the-field research activities and provide bridges to closely related areas of their your own works.
These lectures will be taught by PIs and guests of the CRC 1277 for 2 hours per week during lecturing period. Most of them will be joint lectures by an experimentalist and a theoretician for a broad view on both sides of the matter. These lectures are generally more variable in time and content than undergraduate lectures so please feel free to get in touch with the lecturers if you have any questions about their content or suggestions for further details you are interested in.
We recommend that each graduate student takes at least two of these lectures of his/her own choice during their graduate work, preferably within their first year.