Prof. Dr. Christian Enss

Main Research Fields

Investigation of fundamental properties of condensed matter at low temperatures. Main interests are in amorphous materials, disordered crystals and spin glasses. Beyond condensed matter physics other areas of fundamental and applied physics, in particular the development and application of cryogenic detectors for particle physics (neutrino mass measurements), astromony (x-ray spectroscopy) and atomic physics (Lamb shift experiments).

Selected Recent Publications

Conferences and Workshops

International Conference on Ultralow Temperature Physics      ULT-2017

561. Wilhelm und Else Heraeus-Seminar “Massive Neutrinos”      WH561

14th International Workshop on Low Temperature Particle Detection      LTD 14

Collective Phenomena in the Low-Temperature Physics of Glasses  CPG 2000 CPG 2003

Quantum Disordered Systems, Glassy Low-Temperature Physics and Physics at the Glass Transition   CPG 2006

Current Semester Teaching


KIP, HS 2, Mo., Mi. 11:15 - 13:00
Prof. Dr. Christian Enss
Office Hours: Mon 2pm-3pm
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