Particle and Astroparticle Physics Colloquium in Hamburg

The colloquium regularly takes place on Tuesdays at 16h45 in the DESY auditorium. Tea and cookies are served at 16h30 in the lobby. After the colloquium around 17h30 there is a chance for private discussion with the speaker over pretzels and drinks.
Please send your proposals for speakers to Krisztian Peters and Christian Schwanenberger.

Next Physics Colloquium
    20 September, 2022
Quantum Universe Colloquium

Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 16:00

Upcoming Colloquia
    20 September, 2022
Quantum Universe Colloquium

Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 16:00

    22 November, 2022
Quantum Universe Colloquium

Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 16:00

 

Past Colloquia
    29 June, 2022
Quantum Universe Colloquium: "Invisible" Axion Search Methods

Pierre Sikivie (University of Florida)
Bldg. 1b, seminar room 4a+b and Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 14:30

    28 June, 2022
Zerwas Fest - or What is the True Theory Underlying Nature

Milada Margarete Mühlleitner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))
DESY Auditorium Hamburg & Zoom, 16.00 h

    22 June, 2022
Gravitational Particle Production in the Early Universe

Rocky Kolb (U. Chicago)
Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 13:00

    14 June, 2022
Quantum Universe Colloquium: A New Chapter in the Quest for Dark Matter: The Ultralight Regime

Raffaele Tito d'Agnolo (IPhT, Saclay)
Auditorium DESY Hamburg & Zoom, 16.00 h

    08 June, 2022
TBA

Alessandro De Angelis (INFN and INAF Padova)
Zoom (DESY Zeuthen), 13.00 h

    31 May, 2022
The Weak Gravity Conjecture: from Quantum Gravity to the Real World

Ben Heidenreich (University of Massachusetts)
Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 16:00 h

    25 May, 2022
Data-driven detection of astrophysical transients

Iftach Sadeh (DESY)
Zoom (DESY Zeuthen), 13:00 h

    24 May, 2022
High-precision measurement of the W boson mass with the CDF II detector

Chris Hays (University of Oxford)
Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 16.00 h

    17 May, 2022
Naturalness & Self-Organised Localisation

Gian Giudice (CERN)
Zoom (DESY Hamburg), 16:00 h

    11 May, 2022
Pulsars and Fast Radio Bursts - two discovery stories and two examples of extreme physics

Jocelyn Bell (Oxford University)
DESY Zeuthen, 13:00 h

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