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All singular scientific events with a presentation of a scientific topic
- 28 Jun MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Sandro Rossi (Fondazione CNAO, Pavia/Italy): Particles for tumour treatments: The Italian National Centre for Oncological Hadrontherapy
- 28 Jun Steve King, "Theories of Flavour from the Planck scale to the Electroweak Scale"
- 26 Jun Cosmology as a laboratory for probing neutrinos and other light particles
- 21 Jun MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Harald Breitkreutz (FRM-2 & TUM): The Development of a new Nuclear Fuel for FRM II using Heavy Ions
- 21 Jun Sébastien Clesse, "Primordial Black Holes as the Dark Matter"
- 19 Jun Rennan Barkana, "Dark matter revealed by the first stars?"
- 18 Jun Seminar über Physik der Starken Wechselwirkung, “2- & 3-body dynamics of excited states”, by Dr. Maxim Mai (George Washington University, Washington D.C., USA)
- 14 Jun MLL-Kolloquium: Programmänderung: Priv. Doz. Peter Thirolf (LMU): On the road towards a nuclear clock: what do we know about the elusive 229-Thorium isomer ?
- 14 Jun João Rosa, "BLASTs: Black hole Lasers powered by Axion SuperradianT instabilities"
- 11 Jun Wellenhofer Corbinian , "Seminar on Strong Interaction: Neutron Stars, Effective Field Theory, and the Nuclear Many-Body Problem"
- 07 Jun MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Mathias Garny (Physik Department T31, TUM): Dark Matter beyond the WIMP paradigm
- 07 Jun Martin Sloth, "Patient observers and IR issues in cosmology"
- 29 May Zoltan Fodor, "Axions as Dark Matter?"
- 24 May MLL-Kolloquium: Prof. Guido Baroni (Politecnico di Milano / Italy): Clinical deployment of technical solutions towards clip-free ocular proton therapy
- 22 May Matthias Neubert, "Beyond the Standard Model?"
- 18 May Marco Padovani, "Special Universe Talk: The manifold roles of cosmic rays in star-forming environments"
- 17 May MLL-Kolloquium: Prof. Andre Knie (Univ. Kassel): Two-dimensional photon spectroscopy and its way to ultra-fast processes
- 17 May Hitoshi Murayama, "Strongly Interacting Massive Particle and Classification of Effective Operators"
- 15 May The DarkSide Dark Matter Search program with liquid Argon
- 14 May Matthias Lutz, "Seminar on Strong Interaction: From Hadrons at Unphysical Quark Masses to Coupled-Channel Reaction Dynamics."
- 08 May Michael Kramer, "Studying gravitational waves with radio telescopes - today and tomorrow"
- 03 May MLL-Kolloquium: Dr. Oleksandr Tomalak (Univ. Mainz): Low-energy proton structure and two-photon exchange corrections
- 03 May Ian Low, "Nambu-Goldstone Bosons: from Composite Higgs to Scattering Amplitudes"