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2021-10-18
09:56
[PUBDB-2021-04120] Lecture

Scientific computing for molecular physics
Lecture at Universität Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), 12 Oct 2021 - 25 Jan 20222021-10-122022-01-25
One of the main goals of the course is to connect recent developments in computer science to attempt to solve common computational issues encountered in molecular physics. The course will cover use of neural networks, automatic differentiation, performing computations on new architectures, and other subjects [...]
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2021-10-18
09:50
[PUBDB-2021-04119] Lecture
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Modern molecular physics
Lecture at Universität Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), 13 Oct 2021 - 26 Jan 20222021-10-132022-01-26
Participation in this module introduces the basic concepts of modern experiments in molecular physics. The students will acquire a detailed understanding of molecules and their interaction with external fields and other particles [...]
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2021-08-22
11:01
[PUBDB-2021-03467] Lecture

Theory of Axions
Lecture at Bad Honnef Physics School on Axions and WISPs (), 13 Aug 2021 - 15 Aug 20212021-08-132021-08-15
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2021-07-16
09:12
[PUBDB-2021-02997] Lecture

Theory of Ultralight Dark Sectors
Lecture at Online ISAPP School on Dark Matter from Theory to Detection (Vienna, Austria), 14 Jul 2021 - 15 Jul 20212021-07-142021-07-15
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2021-06-07
10:33
[PUBDB-2021-02562] Lecture
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Molecular and Ultrafast Science Seminar (MUSS)
Lecture at (Hamburg, Germany), 8 Apr 2021 - 8 Jul 20212021-04-082021-07-08
CFEL Molecular and Ultrafast Science Seminar (MUSS) series. This is a general topical seminar series on developments in modern molecular and ultrafast science jointly organized by the CFEL Controlled Molecule Imaging group, the Spectroscopy of molecular processes group, the CFEL Attosecond Science group, and the CFEL Ultrafast Optics group..
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2021-06-04
13:05
[PUBDB-2021-02557] Lecture
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Proseminar: Molekülphysik
Lecture at Universität Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), 6 Nov 2020 - 19 Feb 20212020-11-062021-02-19
Moderne Themen der Molekülphysik, Ausarbeitung eines Vortrags und Referats zu einem Thema zur Kontrolle und Abbildung von Molekülen und Moleküldynamik. Wir werden bis etwa Weihnachten die Themen allgemein besprechen und in den wissenschaftlichen Kontext setzen. [...]
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2021-05-28
08:46
[PUBDB-2021-02503] Lecture
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Molecular and Ultrafast Science Seminar (MUSS)
Lecture at Universität Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), 2 Nov 2020 - 20 Feb 20212020-11-022021-02-20
CFEL Molecular and Ultrafast Science Seminar (MUSS) series. This is a general topical seminar series on developments in modern molecular and ultrafast science jointly organized by the CFEL Controlled Molecule Imaging group, the Spectroscopy of molecular processes group, the CFEL Attosecond Science group, and the CFEL Ultrafast Optics group..
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2021-05-28
08:39
[PUBDB-2021-02502] Lecture

Spectroscopy and dynamics
Lecture at Lecture at Universität Hamburg (Hamburg), 2 Nov 2020 - 15 Feb 20212020-11-022021-02-15
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2021-01-12
10:19
[PUBDB-2021-00211] Lecture (Invited)
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The Dark Side of the Top
Lecture at (), 24 Jan 2020 - 24 Jan 20202020-01-242020-01-24
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2021-01-04
17:50
[PUBDB-2021-00021] Lecture

Das Higgs-Teilchen und die Struktur des "Nichts"
Lecture at "Wir wollen’s wissen!", Gymnasien in Hamburg (Hamburg),
Dank der Entdeckung von sogenannten Higgs-Teilchen haben wir Hinweise darauf, dass der Zustand niedrigster Energie im leeren Raum, den wir normalerweise als „Vakuum“ oder als „Nichts“ bezeichnen, eine faszinierende Struktur besitzt. Die Erforschung der Higgs-Teilchen erlaubt es uns, Einblicke in die fundamentalen Zusammenhänge der Natur und des Universums zu gewinnen..
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