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News: Construction Complete

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ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre

From Science Fiction to High-Tech Photonics
An exhibition from 9th January 2019 until 26th May 2019

aser-based technologies have become a hallmark of the 21st century and they open up a range of fascinating perspectives for future applications. The story began in 1960, and the invention of the laser ushered in a new era in physics. Lasers are now an indispensable tool in the fields of communication, metrology, medicine, industry and research.

This exhibition, conceived by the Faculty of Physics at Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) Munich under the direction of Prof. Ferenc Krausz is designed to give acquaint visitors with the development of laser technology from its earliest days, and presents some visionary ideas for future applications. It looks at the laser‘s precursors in science fiction, describes how lasers work and gives an overview of their development. Above all, it features fascinating into the intriguing area of basic laser research.

We cordially invite you to follow the path of enlightenment that guides you through the exhibition.

Theme

The Taming of Light

ere we explain the physics behind laser technology. Laser action is based on quantum phenomena at the level of atoms and electrons. Their behavior is responsible for the fact that lasers emit light in a very special form. Persuading them to do so is not easy, but we now have the ability to control light with unprecedented precision. It is even possible to shape single light oscillations using light synthesizers.

From Einstein to Photonics

lbert Einstein laid the basis for the laser with his 1917 theory of stimulated emission of radiation. His brilliant insights led first to the maser in the mid-1950s and the laser in 1960. Subsequent advances have given us today’s photonics, which combines light-based technology with electronics. So modern applications of laser light, which are now an essential part of everyday life, have been in the making for more than a century.

A Multipurpose Tool for the 21st Century

nitially nobody had any idea of what laser light might be good for. But within a year, it made its debut as a surgical instrument in ophthalmology when it was tested on a patient in the US. And laser physicists have yet to run out of ideas and applications. This section of the exhibition looks at the roles now played by lasers in daily life, and explains why light-based technologies have still more potential to change our lives in the future.

The Fascination of Laser Research

ere we focus on laser research in the Faculty of Physics at Ludwig-Maximilians University. We look back on pioneering discoveries and inventions that have given us a deeper understanding of physical processes in atom and molecules, and led to the establishment of attosecond metrology, which has in turn catalysed advances in many areas, including biology, medicine and materials sciences.

Testing the Limits

n the quantum world our notions of time have little purchase. Electron transitions in atoms occur in a matter of attoseconds – trillionths of a second. And in the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics in Garching, researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics and Ludwig-Maximilians University use attosecond laser pulses to ‘freeze’ the motions of electrons. This section shows you how laser light illuminates ultrafast processes in the realm of the exceedingly small.

Futures Foreseen

n the 19th century, novelists Jules Verne and H.G. Wells based their works on technical scenarios that were ahead of their time. In doing so they invented a new genre – science fiction. The idea of an incinerating heat-ray was born. The ray-gun had already become a cliché by the mid-1940s in the adventures of comic-book heroes like Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon and lives on in modern science fiction films. During the Cold War, the onset of the space race – which was closely followed by the invention of the laser – gave a new lease of life to the notion of outer space as a theater of war. The ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Star Wars’ series brought the concept of the heat-ray up to date, as duels and battles were fought with phasers, photon torpedos, light sabers and laser cannons.

Futures in Sight?

ontrol of nerve-cell activity with light, laser-guided autonomous vehicles, light-powered spaceships: These are some of the laser-enabled technologies that may await us. Researchers worldwide are at work on projects that promise to open up fascinating perspectives. Perhaps we will one day travel through outer space thanks space lifts or explore unknown planets using laser-powered propulsion systems. This section looks at possible future developments of laser-based technologies.

News

28.01.2019
Learning from the Pioneers of Photography

Our exhibition includes a number of historically significant items. Among them is the first edition of “The Horse in Motion” by Eadweard Muybridge, published in 1882. What, you might ask, does a book that is more than a century old have to do with modern laser physics? – At first sight, not much. But the important word in the title is ‘motion’, and the book provides a clever solution to a problem that is relevant to physics: How can one analyse processes which take place at speeds that the human eye cannot resolve?

In the last quarter of the 19th century, Eadweard Muybridge was among the pioneers who sought to extend the capabilities of photography. He wished to prove that a galloping racehorse actually loses all contact with the ground at every stride. And he succeeded in reducing exposure times sufficiently to capture the predicted ‘flight phase’ in a rapid succession of snapshots. This is essentially analogous to the use of a sequence of ultrashort laser pulses to ‘dissect’ the extraordinarily fast motions of molecules and electrons. Indeed, the principle involved is precisely the same as that first implemented by Muybridge in the late 19th century. In the exhibition we also outline how the technology of ‘stopped motion’ has progressed since his day.

Learning from the Pioneers of Photography
28.01.2019

ur exhibition includes a number of historically significant items. Among them is the first edition of “The Horse in Motion” by Eadweard Muybridge, published in 1882. What, you might ask, does a book that is more than a century old have to do with modern laser physics? – At first sight, not much. But the important word in the title is ‘motion’, and the book provides a clever solution to a problem that is relevant to physics: How can one analyse processes which take place at speeds that the human eye cannot resolve?

In the last quarter of the 19th century, Eadweard Muybridge was among the pioneers who sought to extend the capabilities of photography. He wished to prove that a galloping racehorse actually loses all contact with the ground at every stride. And he succeeded in reducing exposure times sufficiently to capture the predicted ‘flight phase’ in a rapid succession of snapshots. This is essentially analogous to the use of a sequence of ultrashort laser pulses to ‘dissect’ the extraordinarily fast motions of molecules and electrons. Indeed, the principle involved is precisely the same as that first implemented by Muybridge in the late 19th century. In the exhibition we also outline how the technology of ‘stopped motion’ has progressed since his day.

14.01.2019
The world’s first functional laser

On May 16, 1960, the American Theodore H. Maiman succeeded in producing the world’s first functional laser. For the first time in history, a source of coherent light was thus created — an invention with countless applications both in everyday life and in modern science. It is impossible to make sense of today’s world without the laser’s place in it.

The original of Maiman’s laser is now on exhibition at Lasers | Light | Life: From Science Fiction to High-Tech-Photonics. It is decomposed into its various parts: the aluminum cylinder, spiral flash light as well as the ruby crystal mount, which eventually enabled Maiman to amplify and bundle light in such a way that high-intensity, monochromatic radiation resulted.

You can witness this historical event by taking a look at Maiman’s original notebook, in which he documented the measurements he took on the day his experiment succeeded.

Explore also the fascinating history surrounding the invention of the laser. For Maiman’s laser was initially decried by some scientists as an ‘invention in search of an application’. With obvious sci-fi overtones, the daily press reported of a new ‘ray gun’. Maiman also struggled to publish his findings in academic journals. Even the Nobel Prize was not meant for him. The committee eventually decided to award it to the scientists who had paved the way for Maiman’s invention. That is because Maiman’s Laser was only the final piece in a big puzzle of twentieth-century physics — the first piece of which was laid by Einstein himself. This story, too, you can discover at the exhibition.

ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre, Karl Schwarzschild-Straße 2, Garching. Free admission.

The world’s first functional laser
14.01.2019

n May 16, 1960, the American Theodore H. Maiman succeeded in producing the world’s first functional laser. For the first time in history, a source of coherent light was thus created — an invention with countless applications both in everyday life and in modern science. It is impossible to make sense of today’s world without the laser’s place in it.

The original of Maiman’s laser is now on exhibition at Lasers | Light | Life: From Science Fiction to High-Tech-Photonics. It is decomposed into its various parts: the aluminum cylinder, spiral flash light as well as the ruby crystal mount, which eventually enabled Maiman to amplify and bundle light in such a way that high-intensity, monochromatic radiation resulted.

You can witness this historical event by taking a look at Maiman’s original notebook, in which he documented the measurements he took on the day his experiment succeeded.

Explore also the fascinating history surrounding the invention of the laser. For Maiman’s laser was initially decried by some scientists as an ‘invention in search of an application’. With obvious sci-fi overtones, the daily press reported of a new ‘ray gun’. Maiman also struggled to publish his findings in academic journals. Even the Nobel Prize was not meant for him. The committee eventually decided to award it to the scientists who had paved the way for Maiman’s invention. That is because Maiman’s Laser was only the final piece in a big puzzle of twentieth-century physics — the first piece of which was laid by Einstein himself. This story, too, you can discover at the exhibition.

ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre, Karl Schwarzschild-Straße 2, Garching. Free admission.

21.12.2018
Construction Complete

After a year of construction and work on the exhibition, our team at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität is now finished! You can now learn all about the fascinating history of photonics, current research and visionary future scenarios on the subject of light. We look forward to your visit starting on January 9, 2019.

Lasers | Light | Life – An Exhibition Organized by the Faculty of Physics at LMU
21.12.2018

fter a year of construction and work on the exhibition, our team at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität is now finished! You can now learn all about the fascinating history of photonics, current research and visionary future scenarios on the subject of light. We look forward to your visit starting on January 9, 2019.

29.10.2018
Lasers | Light | Life – An Exhibition Organized by the Faculty of Physics at LMU

Light is the motor of life. Our ability to control and exploit light is constantly growing. Laser technologies have already left an indelible mark on the young 21st century and opened up a wide range of fascinating technological perspectives. The story began in 1960. With the invention of the laser in that year marked the dawn of a new era in physics. Since then, the laser has become an essential tool in the fields of communications, metrology, medicine, industry and basic research.

Lasers | Light | Life – An Exhibition Organized by the Faculty of Physics at LMU
29.10.2018

ight is the motor of life. Our ability to control and exploit light is constantly growing. Laser technologies have already left an indelible mark on the young 21st century and opened up a wide range of fascinating technological perspectives. The story began in 1960. With the invention of the laser in that year marked the dawn of a new era in physics. Since then, the laser has become an essential tool in the fields of communications, metrology, medicine, industry and basic research.

This revolutionary epoch is the subject of the exhibition: Lasers | Light | Life. From Science Fiction To High-Tech Photonics, which opens in November. Conceived by the Faculty of Physics at Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) Munich, the exhibition offers insights into the evolution of laser technology from its earliest days to the present, and considers a number of potential future applications. In addition to reviewing some of its precursor technologies in the genre of science fiction, explaining the basic principle of lasing and tracing the development of the laser, the exhibition features exciting research projects currently underway in the laser laboratories at LMU and in the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching.

The laser‘s potential is far from being exhausted. Indeed, following the reign of the electron, the 21st century promises to be the era of the light quantum – the photon. We invite you to follow the ‘path of enlightenment’ through the exhibition.

29.10.2018
The Minds Behind the Exhibition

It has taken us about a year to plan and put together the exhibition: Lasers | Light | Life. Now we hope that visitors will enjoy the results of our efforts in the exciting and highly appropriate setting of the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre in Garching.

The Minds Behind the Exhibition
29.10.2018

t has taken us about a year to plan and put together the exhibition Lasers | Light | Life. Now we hope that visitors will enjoy the results of our efforts in the exciting and highly appropriate setting of the ESO Supernova in Garching.

The bulk of the work was carried out by the Public Outreach Team at the Munich-Centre for Advanced Photonics, a Cluster of Excellence, at LMU Munich and the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics led by Prof. Dr. Ferenc Krausz.

The overall concept was developed primarily by the Exhibition’s Curator Dr. Veit Ziegelmaier, together with Thorsten Naeser and Karolina Schneider, and the exhibition was designed by Dennis Luck. If you have any questions regarding the exhibition or would like to obtain further information about the venture, please get in touch with us. Contact: thorsten.naeser@mpq.mpg.de.

Kontakt

17. February 2019 | Werner Fuß
Laser als Schusswaffen sind nur Fiktion
Ich hätte mir gewünscht, das das in der sonst recht gelungenen Ausstellung etwas deutlicher gesagt wird. Von den Medien sehr beachtet, hat das eine Gruppe von Garchinger Wissenschaftlern öffentlich erklärt, als sich die deutsche Regierung Ende der 1980er Jahre Reagans Sternenkrieg anschließen wollte.
10. February 2019 | Monika
sehr interressante AUSSTELLUNG.
KAFFEEAUTOMAT FEHLT ALLERDINGS
10. February 2019 | Lena
MACHT VOLL VIEL SPASS
es war sehr sehr schoen bei euch ich komme mal wieder !
10. February 2019 | helena
toller ausflug
es war sehr toll!!
10. February 2019 | xenia
war richtig toll
es war sehr schoen
10. February 2019 | Albion Selmani
ich mag dss hier
ich finde es echt toll
10. February 2019 | EMILIA
MIR HAT DIE AUSSTELLUNG SEHR GUT GEFALLEN
10. February 2019 | ceceeinhorn
einhorh
ich war mit meiner FAMILIE hier am 10.2.2019 es hatt mir sehr gehfallen 'weil es so is
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ROFL STERNE HAHA
09. February 2019 | issbel
planietaium
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08. February 2019 | carolin
carolin
es hat mir sehr gut gefallen.
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htegh
gewonnen
07. February 2019 | SINAN
NICE
NICER SCHEIS
07. February 2019 | Maxi
AVG
Hallo,
wer
06. February 2019 | MORYA
HELLO FROM THE PAST
mmmmmmmmmmmdddMJJ
03. February 2019 | Lorenz Kirmayer
HALLLOL
Hi
03. February 2019 | joshua leon
astronomie
verz interesting topic
02. February 2019 | anjatin
coole
ausstellung
02. February 2019 | Florian Schmidt
DANKE
Ich, 6 Jahre, war heute hier. Es war toll
02. February 2019 | kisj
klaus in golin yiti
er ging ih einen

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01. February 2019 | Atanas Alvar
I am here for the second time and there is always something new to see. I will be back.
01. February 2019 | Vicky
sehr interessant
01. February 2019 | malinda
war hier
01. February 2019 | malindi
hey hoes
add me on sc
110
31. January 2019 | nico und peter
Infotour
Wir wollten uns ueber unser Universum informieren.
27. January 2019 | zaira waris
es war sehr schon es hat kir sehr gut gefallen ich konte viel dsraus lernen
27. January 2019 | nein
wiede nein
neeeeeeeein, nein
27. January 2019 | basti
wow
coole austellung, laserschwerter haben mir am besten gefallen
26. January 2019 | rogert
war sehr leerreich
26. January 2019 | Viktor
ECHT COOL!!!
Ich komme auf jeden Fall nocheihmal!!!
Es ist hier einfach so cool!!!
😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃
26. January 2019 | jasmin ,rici,philipa,jasmin
beste freunde
vieleicht kommen wir nochmal.
26. January 2019 | visitor one
too noisy
kids were onlynbbbbrbubbbibbgbbbbabbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb
26. January 2019 | jasmin ,rici,philipa,jasmin
beste freunde
vieleicht kommen wir nochmal.
26. January 2019 | Fam. Neugebauer
Besuch
Das wsr eihe informationsreiche Fuerung
26. January 2019 | 2ERTTYYIP'
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25. January 2019 | Familie Bayrak
Tolles Planetarium
wir kommen wieder.....
23. January 2019 | simon haizinger
planet
. du keck
23. January 2019 | Laura
hallo
einfach hur geil
23. January 2019 | BASTI HENTER
ES WAR ALLE GUT GEMACHT
23. January 2019 | VICTOR PFORTNER
PLANETARIUM
ES IST SO GUT GEMACHT.ES IST EINFACH TOLL
23. January 2019 | MAXI GIESMANN
WIRKLICH TOLL
DIE TOLLE KUPEL DIE AUSSTELLUNG ALLES IST GUT GEMACHT
23. January 2019 | .COM
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23. January 2019 | Anabel
toll
super
23. January 2019 | Fekix
haklo
megaa gailel
23. January 2019 | ALEX
JICERICHTIG
RICHTIG NICE
23. January 2019 | BFF
MGF ES WAR VOLL COOL
COOL ES ZU SCANNEN! VON JOHAHNA,MAGDALENA UND EMILIA
23. January 2019 | Manuel
Hallo
Ich bin der Manuel ich geh auf die Strasse und kauf mir Mehl
23. January 2019 | Aurelio
hi
22. January 2019 | Dr. Simon-Lang
Es war toll !
Ein sehr interessanter Einblick in die Laseroptik von den Anfängen bis jetzt und bis zu den Zukunftsvisionen.
Es hat Spaß gemacht und war sehr lehrreich.
Vielen Dank Frau Dr. Stähler-Schöpf für Ihren engagierten Vortrag!
21. January 2019 | Johann Krudell
Erstaunliche Anzeige der erstaunlichen Erfindung!
Um zu erfahren, wie Theodore Maiman den Laser erfunden hat, lesen Sie seine jüngsten nachlustig veröffentlichten Memoiren "The Laser Inventor" (Springer, 2018).
20. January 2019 | Rudolf Tobiasch
High Tech zum Anfassen
Von der Theorie zur konkreten Anwendung - ja sogar mit Beiträgen aus der Welt der Comics und Science Fiction: Dank der kompetenten und kurzweilgen Führung von Frau Dr. Stähler-Schöpf haben wir moderne Technik und Einsichten in aktuelle Forschungsarbeiten allgemein verständlich präsentiert bekommen ... und die pantatonisch gestimmte Laserharfe zauberte Shärenklänge in das kühle Ambiente von ESO Supernova. Eine sehr gelungene Ausstellung ... und ich gehe mit dem guten Gefühl nach Hause, dass hier unsere Steuergelder gut angelegt sind - Danke!
20. January 2019 | Jakob Ejlskov Jensen
Gelungene Ausstellung !
Eine sehr gelungene Ausstellung.
Dank Frau Dr. Stähler-Schöpf hatten wir eine Sehr kompetente Einführung in der Welt des Lasers : Von der Theorie Einsteins, Maimans Laser, die aktuelle Anwendungsgebiete und auch die Ausblicke darüber welche aktuelle Forschungsgebiete für die nahe und mittelfristige Zukunft. Die Ausstellung ist für jeden zugänglich : groß wie klein und insgesamt sehr gelungen. Ich werde mit meiner Familie nochmals hinfahren, vielen dank !
19. January 2019 | Rike
voll cool
Hat mir Spass gemacht
19. January 2019 | volker
musik
es war lustit mit diesen leasern
12. January 2019 | juergen beisler
yu wenig athe
ein galaktisches erlebnis!!
11. January 2019 | bomb
mega
ich finde es hier mega !!!!!!!
10. January 2019 | Daniel Erdle
Voll Laser wies hier abgeht
Mega cool laseraktion hier 😍😍
13. November 2018 | Dr. Veit Ziegelmaier Kurator der Ausstellung
Herzlich willkommen in unserem Gästebuch
Liebe Besucherinnen und Besucher,

das Gästebuch zu unserer Ausstellung Laser | Licht | Leben ist nun geöffnet und wir freuen uns auf Ihre konstruktiven Kommentare und Eindrücke.
Innerhalb der Ausstellung haben Sie ebenso die Möglichkeit sich über eine Lasertastatur, hier einzutragen.
Legen Sie los...

Presse

06.02.2019 | Münchener Wochenanzeiger
Science-Fiction in Garching

Licht ist der Motor des Lebens. Wir verstehen immer besser, wie wir es kontrollieren und einsetzen. Lasertechnologien prägen das 21. Jahrhundert und eröffnen uns faszinierende technologische Perspektiven. Angefangen hat alles im Jahr 1960. Der Laser war erfunden, eine neue Ära der Physik brach an. längst ist der Laser ein unentbehrliches Werkzeug in der Kommunikation, der Messtechnik, der Astronomie, der Medizin und der Industrie.

Diese faszinierende Epoche präsentiert ab Winter 2018 die Ausstellung: Laser, Licht, Leben - aus Science-Fiction wird Hightech­Photonik. Konzipiert von der Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig­Maximilians-Universität München {LMU) gibt sie Einblicke zur Laser­technologie von den Anfängen bis heute und beleuchtet visionäre Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung. Neben Science-Fiction, der Funk­tionsweise und Entwicklungsgeschichte des Lasers, präsentiert die Schau vor allem faszinierende Bereiche der Grundlagenforschung an der LMU und dem Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching.

Die Möglichkeiten des Lasers sind noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft. Das 21. Jahrhundert wird gern als das Jahrhundert des Photons - also der Lichtteilchen - bezeichnet. Folgen Sie dem Weg des Lichts durch die Ausstellung!

Temporäre Ausstellung: Laser | Licht | Leben
09.01.2019

icht ist der Motor des Lebens. Wir verstehen immer besser, wie wir es kontrollieren und einsetzen. Lasertechnologien prägen das 21. Jahrhundert und eröffnen uns faszinierende technologische Perspektiven. Angefangen hat alles im Jahr 1960. Der Laser war erfunden, eine neue Ära der Physik brach an. längst ist der Laser ein unentbehrliches Werkzeug in der Kommunikation, der Messtechnik, der Astronomie, der Medizin und der Industrie.

Diese faszinierende Epoche präsentiert ab Winter 2018 die Ausstellung: Laser | Licht | Leben - aus Science-Fiction wird Hightech­Photonik. Konzipiert von der Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig­Maximilians-Universität München {LMU) gibt sie Einblicke zur Laser­technologie von den Anfängen bis heute und beleuchtet visionäre Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung. Neben Science-Fiction, der Funk­tionsweise und Entwicklungsgeschichte des Lasers, präsentiert die Schau vor allem faszinierende Bereiche der Grundlagenforschung an der LMU und dem Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching.

Die Möglichkeiten des Lasers sind noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft. Das 21. Jahrhundert wird gern als das Jahrhundert des Photons - also der Lichtteilchen - bezeichnet. Folgen Sie dem Weg des Lichts durch die Ausstellung!

09.01.2019 | CAMPUSSPIEGEL 01/2019
Das Licht des Lebens

Licht ist der Motor des Lebens. Wir verstehen immer besser, wie wir es kontrollieren und einsetzen. Lasertechnologien prägen das 21. Jahrhundert und eröffnen uns faszinierende technologische Perspektiven. Angefangen hat alles im Jahr 1960. Der Laser war erfunden, eine neue Ära der Physik brach an. längst ist der Laser ein unentbehrliches Werkzeug in der Kommunikation, der Messtechnik, der Astronomie, der Medizin und der Industrie.

Diese faszinierende Epoche präsentiert ab Winter 2018 die Ausstellung Laser, Licht, Leben - aus Science-Fiction wird Hightech­Photonik. Konzipiert von der Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig­Maximilians-Universität München {LMU) gibt sie Einblicke zur Laser­technologie von den Anfängen bis heute und beleuchtet visionäre Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung. Neben Science-Fiction, der Funk­tionsweise und Entwicklungsgeschichte des Lasers, präsentiert die Schau vor allem faszinierende Bereiche der Grundlagenforschung an der LMU und dem Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching.

Die Möglichkeiten des Lasers sind noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft. Das 21. Jahrhundert wird gern als das Jahrhundert des Photons - also der Lichtteilchen - bezeichnet. Folgen Sie dem Weg des Lichts durch die Ausstellung!

Temporäre Ausstellung: Laser | Licht | Leben
09.01.2019

icht ist der Motor des Lebens. Wir verstehen immer besser, wie wir es kontrollieren und einsetzen. Lasertechnologien prägen das 21. Jahrhundert und eröffnen uns faszinierende technologische Perspektiven. Angefangen hat alles im Jahr 1960. Der Laser war erfunden, eine neue Ära der Physik brach an. längst ist der Laser ein unentbehrliches Werkzeug in der Kommunikation, der Messtechnik, der Astronomie, der Medizin und der Industrie.

Diese faszinierende Epoche präsentiert ab Winter 2018 die Ausstellung Laser, Licht, Leben - aus Science-Fiction wird Hightech­Photonik. Konzipiert von der Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig­Maximilians-Universität München {LMU) gibt sie Einblicke zur Laser­technologie von den Anfängen bis heute und beleuchtet visionäre Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung. Neben Science-Fiction, der Funk­tionsweise und Entwicklungsgeschichte des Lasers, präsentiert die Schau vor allem faszinierende Bereiche der Grundlagenforschung an der LMU und dem Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching.

Die Möglichkeiten des Lasers sind noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft. Das 21. Jahrhundert wird gern als das Jahrhundert des Photons - also der Lichtteilchen - bezeichnet. Folgen Sie dem Weg des Lichts durch die Ausstellung!

09.01.2019 | Quarterly Programme: ESO Supernova, January—March 2019
Temporary exhibition: Lasers | Light | Life

Licht ist der Motor des Lebens. Wir verstehen immer besser, wie wir es kontrollieren und einsetzen. Lasertechnologien prägen das 21. Jahrhundert und eröffnen uns faszinierende technologische Perspektiven. Angefangen hat alles im Jahr 1960. Der Laser war erfunden, eine neue Ära der Physik brach an. längst ist der Laser ein unentbehrliches Werkzeug in der Kommunikation, der Messtechnik, der Astronomie, der Medizin und der Industrie.

Diese faszinierende Epoche präsentiert ab Winter 2018 die Ausstellung Laser, Licht, Leben - aus Science-Fiction wird Hightech­Photonik. Konzipiert von der Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig­Maximilians-Universität München {LMU) gibt sie Einblicke zur Laser­technologie von den Anfängen bis heute und beleuchtet visionäre Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung. Neben Science-Fiction, der Funk­tionsweise und Entwicklungsgeschichte des Lasers, präsentiert die Schau vor allem faszinierende Bereiche der Grundlagenforschung an der LMU und dem Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching.

Die Möglichkeiten des Lasers sind noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft. Das 21. Jahrhundert wird gern als das Jahrhundert des Photons - also der Lichtteilchen - bezeichnet. Folgen Sie dem Weg des Lichts durch die Ausstellung!

Temporäre Ausstellung: Laser | Licht | Leben
09.01.2019

icht ist der Motor des Lebens. Wir verstehen immer besser, wie wir es kontrollieren und einsetzen. Lasertechnologien prägen das 21. Jahrhundert und eröffnen uns faszinierende technologische Perspektiven. Angefangen hat alles im Jahr 1960. Der Laser war erfunden, eine neue Ära der Physik brach an. längst ist der Laser ein unentbehrliches Werkzeug in der Kommunikation, der Messtechnik, der Astronomie, der Medizin und der Industrie.

Diese faszinierende Epoche präsentiert ab Winter 2018 die Ausstellung Laser, Licht, Leben - aus Science-Fiction wird Hightech­Photonik. Konzipiert von der Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig­Maximilians-Universität München {LMU) gibt sie Einblicke zur Laser­technologie von den Anfängen bis heute und beleuchtet visionäre Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung. Neben Science-Fiction, der Funk­tionsweise und Entwicklungsgeschichte des Lasers, präsentiert die Schau vor allem faszinierende Bereiche der Grundlagenforschung an der LMU und dem Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching.

Die Möglichkeiten des Lasers sind noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft. Das 21. Jahrhundert wird gern als das Jahrhundert des Photons - also der Lichtteilchen - bezeichnet. Folgen Sie dem Weg des Lichts durch die Ausstellung!

Contact

Lasers | Light | Life

ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre
Karl-Schwarzschild-Straße 2
85748 Garching bei München
supernova.eso.org

Opening hours:
Wednesday—Friday 9—17 Uhr
Saturday & Sunday 12—17 Uhr
(Monday & Tuesday closed)
Free entrance!

Munich-Centre for Advanced Photonics (MAP) | Fakultät für Physik der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
Leitung Director: Prof. Dr. Ferenc Krausz (www.ferenckrausz.de)
Konzeption Conception: Dr. Veit Ziegelmaier (Kurator Curator), Thorsten Naeser, Karolina Schneider
Architektur und Aufbau Architecture and installation: PLAN AG Messebau (plan-ag.com)
Grafische Gestaltung Graphic design: Dennis Luck & Martin Zimmermann (www.luckzimmermann.com)