All are welcome to attend!
The time of the seminars has been changed to Wednesdays at 1:00pm. Due to limited availability of appropriate rooms, the older day and time will be used as an alternative, Thursdays at 4:00pm. As we don't have one room secured for all the dates, the room will be announced ahead of the seminar.
You might also want to check the seminar list of Astronomy.
We have created a shared directory where we put the slides (starting with the spring term 2018, some older seminar files are posted there too).
Spring Semester 2019
- 24th January (Pre-semester Special) - Thurs 4pm, E39
Astroparticle initiatives at eastern Colombia – Luis Nuñez (Industrial University of Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia)
- 31st January (Pre-semester Special) - Thurs 4pm, E39
Studying electroweak sector of the Standard Model with the ATLAS detector – Rustem Ospanov (Univerity of Science and Technology of China, Hefei)
- 6th February - Weds 1pm, F28
HyperKamiokande: A next Generation long Baseline Neutrino Experiment in Japan – Lee Thompson (University of Sheffield)
- 14th February - Thurs 4pm, LT3
Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay with EXO-200 and nEXO – Thomas Koffas (Carleton University)
20th February - Weds 1pm, LT4Postponed
TBC, ATLAS – Kirill Prokofiev (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
- 6th March - Weds 1:30pm, Diamond, LT1
Fred Combley Colloquium
Wonderful collisions: gravitational wave observation and astrophysics – Joseph Giaime (Louisiana State University)
- 21st March - Thurs 4pm, E39
Deep Science at Boulby Underground Laboratory – Chris Toth (Boulby Underground Laboratory)