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Universität Hamburg
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Upcoming events
  • Workshop Seminar
    Philipp Rösch
    11 Dec 2018

    Scattering amplitudes: Basics
  • Seminar on Astrophysics

    11 Dec 2018

    José Nicolás González-Pérez (PhD): Systemic study of the rapid optical-NIR variability of blazars and other AGNs
    Hamburger Sternwarte (Library)
    [ more information ]
  • DESY Particle and Astroparticle Physics Colloquium
    Jan Stark
    11 Dec 2018

    New estimates of the Higgs physics potential of the HL-LHC phase from the ATLAS experiment
    Hamburg (Auditorium)
    [ more information ]
  • Theory Colloquium
    Claude Duhr
    12 Dec 2018

    From Pure Mathematics to Precision Physics: Modern Approaches to Scattering Amplitudes
    DESY Hamburg (build. 2a, SR2)
    [ more information ]
  • Seminar on Astrophysics

    12 Dec 2018

    Marcel Völschow (PhD): Phantom planets around close binary systems: the physics of the Applegate mechanism
    Hamburger Sternwarte (Library)
    [ more information ]
  • DESY Theory Seminar
    Diego Guadagnoli
    17 Dec 2018

    B-Physics Anomalies, Lepton Universality Violation and… Cosmology
    building 2A (seminar room 2)
    [ more information ]
  • 100 Jahre Kosmologie mit dem 2,5 m-Hooker-Teleskop auf Mt. Wilson
    Dieter Reimers
    16 Jan 2019

    Ringvorlesung: Von den Anfängen der Astronomie zur modernen Astrophysik
    Hamburg Observatory
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Impressum  | last modified 28 Sep 2018