Diese Woche « 18.12. - 24.12.2017 » Woche | Monat
 
18.12.
16:00 Zeuthen
HU Berlin| Adlershof | Newtonstraße 15 Room 1‘202
Lattice Seminar
Low-energy theorems for nucleonnucleon scattering as a tool for lattice QCD
Evgeny Epelbaum (Ruhr-University Bochum)
16:30 -17:30 Hamburg
SR 2, build. 2a
Theory Seminar
Theory precision for current and future runs of the LHC with OpenLoops
Jonas Lindert
19.12.
09:00 -11:00 Zeuthen
SR 3

Belegschaftsversammlung
(DESY)
09:30 -11:00 Hamburg
Hörsaal, Geb. 5 mit Übertragung nach Zeuthen
Belegschaftsversammlung
Bericht des Direktoriums zu aktuellen Themen bei DESY mit dem Schwerpunkt auf den Ereignissen des Strategieprozesses
11:00 -12:00 Hamburg
Bldg. 99, room I (EG.076)

Femtosecond Ho: YAG thin-disk oscillator enabling two-octave 5-20 µm frequency comb generation
Oleg Pronin (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and LMU, Garching)
11:30 Hamburg
DESY main auditorium, building 5 with broadcast to Zeuthen
DESY staff meeting
Report of the Directorate referring to current topics at DESY with emphasis on the results of the strategy process
15:00 Hamburg
Gebäude 1, Seminarraum 1
Disputation
Measurements of W± and top-quark pair to Z-boson crosssection ratios at √s = 13, 8, 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector
Artur Trofymov
16.45 Hamburg
Auditorium
Particle and Astroparticle Physics Colloquium
Towards Electroweak Precision at the LHC
Stefan Dittmaier (Freiburg Univ.)
20.12.
14:30 -15:30 Hamburg
Bldg. 2a, SR 2
Theory Colloquium
Calculation of the axion mass based on high-temperature lattice quantum chromodynamics
Zoltan Fodor (Wuppertal U.)
17:00 Hamburg
Campus Jungiusstraße, Gebäude 9, Hörsaal 2
Disputation
Discovery and Manipulation of Individual Skyrmions in Ultrathin Magnetic Films
Niklas Romming
21.12.
14:15 -15:15 Hamburg
seminar room 2, bldg. 2a
String Theory Seminar
Form Factors and integrable AdS/CFT
Tristan Mc Loughlin (Trinity College Dublin)
22.12.
10:00 -11:00 Hamburg
Bldg. 99, room IV (O1.111)
CFEL-UX Seminar
High power microwave research at KIT: a journey towards multi-megawatt fusion gyrotrons and industrial microwave processes
John Jelonnek (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT)