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Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Dissertation prize 2021

Two prizes for outstanding dissertations in 2021 have been awarded.   more ...
UNIVERSITÄT HEIDELBERG, KOMMUNIKATION UND MARKETING

Über die Physik der Zelle

Every living thing is made up of cells. Knowledge about these microscopic building blocks of life has grown steadily over the past centuries   more ...
DPG

Joachim Ullrich is the president of the German Physical Society (DFG)

Joachim Ullrich, honorary professor in our Department, takes over the presidency of the German Physical Society (DPG).   more ...
EVA GREBEL

Caroline Herschel Medal for Eva Grebel

Eva Grebel is the first recipient of the new joint award ...   more ...
Direct lithography with the MaskLess Aligner technique. HEIDELBERG INSTRUMENTS MIKROTECHNIK GmbH

Highly integrated superconducting nanostructures for quantum technologies.

Integrated quantum circuits should be able to be produced in the research laboratories of universities and medium-sized companies.   more ...
HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, COMMUNICATION AND MARKETING

Emergence - a highly interesting phenomenon

Many scientists from different fields are interested in the impressive diversity of nature and are trying to discover the rules that govern   more ...

Lauriane Chomaz awarded an ERC Starting Grant

She is receiving the grant for her research on two-dimensional dipolar quantum gases.   more ...

Stefan Hell is awarded the Werner-von-Siemens-Ring 2022

Stefan Hell is awarded the Werner von Siemens Ring 2022 for the development of super-resolution STED microscopy.   more ...
WOLFRAM PERNICE

New research projects to quantum computers

PhoQuant, MUNIQC-ATOMS, Spinning and Reconnaitre are four new BMBF-funded projects of Wolfram Pernice.   more ...

Physics colloquium

Friday, 1. July 2022 5:00 pm  The Future of High-Energy Physics with Colliders

Dr. Michelangelo Mangano, Department of Theoretical Physics, CERN Particle physics is engaged in a worldwide effort to deepen our understanding of key issues, from the origin of dark matter and neutrino masses, to the dynamics of electroweak symmetry breaking and of non-perturbative strong interactions. A wide landscape of facilities and experiments, in the laboratory, in the sky and underground, in addition to theoretical work, are mobilized in these efforts. In this landscape, collider experiments play a special role, and, with the current success of the LHC, are consolidating their unique potential to continue driving the future progress.


 

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