NYSE to meet you!

In this lecture series, we want to introduce you to current research topics. We will present quantum computers, how they are theoretically studied and experimentally implemented. You will learn about stellar evolution and spin waves. We have two special talks planned that will present different ways of communicating science.

IMPORTANT UPDATE!!
Due to the current COVID situation, talks will be held ONLINE (link below) from now on. The last two sessions are shifted to the 9th and 16th December, to avoid collisions with your exams. We hope that you can all attend!

  Join the talk now!


Event will be held online on 9th and 16th December. Everyone is welcome!

4th November

Vom BSc zum PhD. Wieso wir mit Lasern auf Atome schießen
  Isabella Fritsche
  17.30-18.00

Seeker -- The Universe in a Card Game
  Hendrik Poulsen Nautrup
  18.00-18.30

11th November

What are spin waves?
  Silvia Casulleras
  17.30-18.15

Unraveling the mysteries of early stellar evolution with Asteroseismology
  Thomas Steindl
  18.15-18.45

9th December (online)

From complexity to order: a tale of self-ordering phenomena around us
  Elvia Colella
  17.30-18.00

Molecular Quantum Simulators
  Krzysztof Zamarski
  18.00-18.30

16th December (online)

The science of communicating science
  Fulvio Flamini
  17.30-18.00

Starting a scientific career: motivations and goals
  Andrea López Incera
  18.00-18.30


Organized by: NYSE

Sponsored by: SFB BeyondC

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