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Freigeist Fellowship for Caroline Heneka

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Honorary doctorate for Sally Dawson

An honorary doctorate was conferred on October 13, 2022, to Sally Dawson in recognition of her scientific achievements and and outstanding c   more ...

Glocker Medal for Lothar Schad

The German Society for Medical Physics (DGMP) awarded Lothar Schad the Glocker Medal 2022 at this year's annual meeting in Aachen.   more ...

Stefan Hell is admitted to the "Order pour le mérite".

In 2014 Stefan Hell was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of super-resolution STED microscopy.   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 ...

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 ...

Physics colloquium

Friday, 9. December 2022 5:00 pm  Geometrical manifestation of gravity and its cosmological implications

Prof. Dr. Lavinia Heisenberg, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Heidelberg I will first discuss how gravity can manifest itself geometrically. Using different geometrical properties of a spacetime I will formulate General Relativity in different but equivalent ways. This will allow me to introduce a generalization of gravity with distinct and interesting implications for cosmology and black hole physics and how we can test them.


 

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