Nuclear and Particle Physics
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Weekly seminars in nuclear and particle physics
- 31 Oct Erin O'Sullivan, "Invited seminar"
- 17 Oct Antonio Capone, "Searching for high- astrophysical neutrinos in the Mediterranean Sea, status and perspectives"
- 10 Oct Eleni Myrto Asimakopoulou, "Extended Higgs sector searches in ATLAS and the journey of building an improved tracker for the High-Lumi LHC"
- 18 Sep Freya Blekman, "The top portal to discovery at the Large Hadron Collider"
- 12 Sep Lisa Unger, "The Extremes of Neutrino Astronomy - From Fermi Bubbles with IceCube to Ice Studies with ARIANNA"
- 05 Sep Stefan Leupold, "What it takes to calculate the magnetic moment of the muon in the standard model"
- 04 Sep Master thesis presentation: Olga Sunneborn Gudnadottir