Physics Colloquium in Zeuthen

Wednesdays, 14:00, Seminar Room 3, Zeuthen

Coffee, tea and cookies are served after the seminar.
Please send your proposals for speakers to:
Johannes Knapp | Thorsten Kuhl | Priscilla Pani | Stefan Schaefer

Next Physics Colloquium
    24 April, 2019
Observation of a Significant Excess of Electron-Like Events in the MiniBooNE Short-Baseline Neutrino Experiment

Teppei Katori | Queen Mary University
Seminar room 3, 14:00

Upcoming Colloquia
    24 April, 2019
Observation of a Significant Excess of Electron-Like Events in the MiniBooNE Short-Baseline Neutrino Experiment

Teppei Katori | Queen Mary University
Seminar room 3, 14:00

 

Past Colloquia
    10 April, 2019
Deep Learning at the LHC: Tagging Resonances & Discovering New Physics

Gregor Kasieczka | DESY
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    3 April, 2019
Precision Gravity: From the LHC to LISA

Rafael Porto | DESY
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    20 March, 2019
Modern Presentation Formats in Science Communication

Rebecca Winkels | Wissenschaft im Dialog, Berlin
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    13 March, 2019
Dark matter and dark energy with the early Run-2 LHC dataset

Priscilla Pani | DESY
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    6 March, 2019
Of tokamaks and stellarators - why in nuclear fusion going simpler is not always better

Josefine Prolli | Eindhoven
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    5 March, 2019
Special seminar | Quantum Computing and Quantum Information for Nuclear Physics Grand Challenge Problems

Martin J. Savage | Institute for Nuclear Theory
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    27 February, 2019
Object Oriented Programming ...for pedestrians Part III

Christian Koschitzki | PITZ (DESY)
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    20 February, 2019
Real-time analysis: how to make the most of LHC data

Caterina Doglioni | Lund University, Fysikum
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    13 February, 2019
Object Oriented Programming ...for pedestrians Part II

Christian Koschitzki | PITZ (DESY)
Seminar room 3, 14:00

    6 February, 2019
Introducing Objects for data management and passing ...for pedestrians Part I

Christian Koschitzki | PITZ (DESY)
Seminar room 3, 14:00

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