Physikalisches Kolloquium WS 2021 / 2022

Freitags 15:15

Hörsaal 1, Physikalisches Institut


29. Oktober 2021 Frédéric Merkt, ETH Zürich
Cold ion chemistry within the orbit of a highly excited Rydberg electron
5. November 2021 Anna Franckowiak, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Multi-messenger astronomy with high-energy neutrinos
12. November 2021 Markus Arndt, Universität Wien
Exploring the limits of matter-wave physics with complex things
19. November 2021 Andreas Hense, Universität Bonn
The Nobel Prize Laureates in Physics 2021
26. November 2021 Martin Fertl, Universität Mainz
The first results from the Muon g-2 Experiment at Fermilab
3. Dezember 2021 David Luitz, MPIKS Dresden
Quantum Many-Body Systems far from Equilibrium
10. Dezember 2021 Franz X. Kärtner, DESY/Universität Hamburg
How to shrink accelerators and light sources
17. Dezember 2021 Andrea Mairani, Universität Heidelberg
Recent Developments in the Biophysics in Particle Therapy Group
21. Januar 2022 Dominik Stöckinger, TU Dresden
Muon g-2 theory interpretations: a single number tests our
fundamental understanding of elementary particle physics
28. Januar 2022
Wolfgang-Paul-Hörsaal
Verleihung des Promotionspreises 2022


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