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All singular scientific events with a presentation of a scientific topic
- 27 Jun MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Christopher Wever (Physik Department T31, TUM): Precision physics: The tail of the Higgs
- 27 Jun Martín González-Alonso, "New Physics searches with low-energy precision experiments"
- 24 Jun Hen Or, "Seminar über Physik der Starken Wechselwirkung, "Neutron stars droplets and the quarks within""
- 18 Jun Mikhail Shaposhnikov, "Steps beyond the Standard Model: searching for simplicity"
- 17 Jun Harald Appelshaeuser, "Cancelled: Seminar über Physik der Starken Wechselwirkung, "Dilepton Physics in Heavy-Ion""
- 11 Jun Michael Campbell, "Imaging and detection of charged particles using the Medipix and Timepix chips"
- 06 Jun MLL-Kolloquium: Prof. Bastian Märkisch (Physik Department E18, TUM): Physics with Neutrons: from Dark Matter to Batteries
- 06 Jun Adam Falkowski, "Which EFT"
- 05 Jun "Study of heavy quarks in strongly coupled plasma from holography", by Dr. Kazem Bitaghsir (Sharood University of Technology, Iran)
- 04 Jun Loredana Gastaldo, "The ECHo experiment"
- 28 May Eric Braaten, "Axion Stars"
- 28 May David Kosower, "The Amplitudes Frontier."
- 23 May MLL-Kolloquium: Prof. Georgi Dvali (LMU München): Quantum Memories
- 23 May Simone Marzani, "Jets for the LHC and beyond"
- 21 May Heino Falcke, "Imaging Black Holes with the Event Horizon Telescope"
- 16 May MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Gudrun Heinrich (MPI f. Physik, München): Are Higgs bosons talking to themselves?
- 16 May Keri Vos, "Vcb from inclusive b → c decays: an alternative method"
- 09 May MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Alexander Apolonskiy (LMU München): Breath diagnostics revisited: From individual islands of stability to comparison of healthy and cerebral palsy cohorts
- 09 May Chris Kouvaris, "Dark Matter, Dark Stars and Neutron Stars"
- 07 May Stefan Dittmaier, "Precision predictions for electroweak vector-boson scattering"
- 02 May MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Shihang Shen (Physics Department, University of Milano, Italy): Relativistic Brueckner Approach to the Structure of Finite Nuclei
- 02 May Andreas Trautner, "A systematic method to construct basis invariants in the Two-Higgs-doublet model and beyond"