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April 11-14, 2023

Welcome to the 50th 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 four days either in a morning or afternoon slot.

To take part in the 50th Graduate Days please register. (Registration opens during the last week of  term - calendar week 7.)

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

The flyer with the room distribution can be downloaded here.

The poster, with information on the courses, can be downloaded here.

50th Heidelberg Physics Graduate Days

Places available: 2

Registration

Welcome

Daniel Unverzagt, Maksym Gachkivskyi
Heidelberg University
Tuesday, 11th April /17:10
Student representatives' welcome and get-together
 

Morning

Alan Heavens
Imperial College, London
Bayesian cosmology
 
Aleksas Mazeliauskas
Heidelberg University
Non-equilibrium phenomena and thermalisation in Quantum Chromodynamics
 
Saicharan Aswartham
IFW, Dresden
Physical properties of emerging 2D-van der Waals materials
 
Lavinia Heisenberg
Heidelberg University
Gravitational waves propagation on cosmological backgrounds
 
Benedikt Sabass
LMU Munich
Physics of biological networks
 

Afternoon

Claudius Krause
Heidelberg University
Modern Machine learning for (Particle) Physics
 
Caroline Heneka
Heidelberg University
The 21cm background as a probe of astrophysics and fundamental physics
 
Samuel Hammer
Heidelberg University
The Current State of the Global Carbon Cycle: Insights from Observations, Isotope Studies and Modelling
 
Christof Wetterich
Heidelberg University
Foundation of quantum mechanics in classical statistics
 
Maarten DeKieviet
Heidelberg University
Scientific writing
 

Industry Lecture

Matthias Wissert
TRUMPF Lasersystems for Semiconductor Manufacturing
Tuesday, 11th April /17:30
The TRUMPF Laser Amplifier for EUV Lithography
 

Additional Lecture

Gero J├╝rgens
nxt statista
Wednesday, 12th April /17:30
From physics to data-based consulting
 

Hans Jensen Lecture

Jun Ye
JILA, Boulder, Colorado
Thursday, 13th April /17:30, followed by d-fine dinner
Coherence, entanglement, and clock: from emergent phenomena to fundamental physics