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About the Institute
Photonics day on 21. October
Prof. Martti Raidal's inauguration lecture: "Kõrge energia - tee universumi süvastruktuuri mõistmiseks"
Prof. Peeter Tenjes inauguration lecture: "Nähtava ja tumeda aine jaotus galaktikates"
Prof. Jörg Pieper's inauguration lecture
Prof. Mihhail G. Brik's inauguration lecture "Täiuslikud vead kristallides ning materjalide kompuutermodelleerimine"
New building of Institute of Physics
Official opening of the PHYSICUM, 25. August 2014
The topping out ceremony of the new building of the Institute of Physics, 27. March 2013
Laing of the first stone of Institute of Physics new building, 4. October 2012
Signing the construction timeline on 14. June 2012
Time-lapse video of construction works
Look to the Physicum-building through the web-camera
Physicists of University of Tartu and Samsung R&D Institute Japan are developing novel materials for LED lighting together
The long-term competence on white LEDs developed at the Institute of Physics will be applied together with the leading technology corporation in the world.
Light inspires one-atom-thick material to recognize gas molecules
The scientists at the Institute of Physics of the UT showed that the electrical conductivity of the one-atom-thick carbon material, i.e. graphene, becomes sensitive to oxygen level due to ultraviolet light.
Mihkel Pajusalu "Localized Photosynthetic Excitons"
Time of defence: 31.10.2014 at 14:15