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49th Heidelberg Physics Graduate Days

October 10-14, 2022

Welcome to the 49th Heidelberg Physics Graduate Days. The courses are open for advanced students, in particular those working on their Master's and doctoral theses. Our aim is to offer courses that broaden the physics knowledge of our students as well as to teach specialized techniques.

The courses are organised as parallel block lectures, with the morning lectures taking place from 9:30 to 12:30 and the afternoon lectures from 14:00 to 17:00, including coffee breaks. There is also a free lunch each day included in your registration. Note that each course runs every day for five days either in a morning or afternoon slot.

To take part in the 49th Graduate Days please register.

The Heidelberg Physics Graduate Days take place Im Neuenheimer Feld 226 and 227.

49th Heidelberg Physics Graduate Days

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Welcome

Daniel Unverzagt, Maksym Gachkivskyi
Heidelberg University
Tuesday, October 11th, 17:30
Student Representatives' Welcome and Get Together
 

Morning

Frederic P. Schuller
University of Twente
Constructive Gravity
 
Philipp Hauke
University of Trento
Quantum Simulation and Optimization
 
Marc Kachelrieß, Elias Eulig, Michael Knaup, Joscha Maier, and Stefan Sawall
German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)
X-Ray Computed Tomography and Tomographic Image Reconstruction
 
Norbert Wermes
University of Bonn
Semiconductor Detectors - Fundamentals and Applications
 
Giorgio Arcadi
University of Messina
Dark Matter Production Mechanisms and their Experimental Probes
 

Afternoon

Payton Gardner
University of Montana
Water Planet - Hydrology and Coupled Physics of the Earth's Shallow Interior
 
Stephanie Hansmann-Menzemer, Michel de Cian
Heidelberg University, EPFL
Introduction to Quark and Lepton Flavour Physics
 
Joerg Jaeckel
CERN
A few thoughts on naturalness and all that
 
Fabian Walter
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Galaxy Evolution through Cosmic Time with ALMA
 
Hanns-Christoph Nägerl
University of Innsbruck
Correlated Quantum Matter with Ultracold Atoms and Molecules
 
Team d-fine
d-fine, Frankfurt am Main
Multiple crises at the same time - how data analytics and risk management can help to navigate in uncertain times
 

Hans Jensen Lecture

Sally Dawson
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Thursday, October 13th, 17:30, followed by the d-fine dinner
Why Study Particle Physics? Tracking the Big Questions
 

Industry Lecture

Stefan Lippoldt
Carl Zeiss SMT, Oberkochen
Monday, October 10th, 17:30, followed by beer and bretzels
Breaking new ground for the microchips of tomorrow