Current dates

28. Week 2020


Tuesday, 07. 7.

Seminar Theoretische Quantendynamik

Time, Place:

11:15 ,Zoom

Speaker:

Kamil Dzikowski, MPIK

Title:

Practical applications of the effective charge method in atomic physics (online seminar)

LINK: https://zoom.us/j/94017339467?pwd=jaYZQt2bNkgDq0ia2t53CFvj6kaX6Q \\MEETING ID: 94017339467 \\ PASSWORD: 153366

Wednesday, 07. 8.

Seminar Stored and Cooled Ions

Time, Place:

15:00 ,Zoom Online Seminar. Please contact Gabi Weese (sekretariat.blaum@mpi-hd.mpg.de) to get access data

Speaker:

Jonathan Morgner, MPIK

Title:

Developments towards high-fidelity entangling gates in a surface-electrode ion trap

29. Week 2020


Monday, 07.13.

Seminar Dynamik und Struktur von Atomen und Molekülen

Time, Place:

09:30 ,https://zoom.us/j/92243931417?pwd=dXpRRDNMSnFMa0pnQWVTMGVGazdlUT09

Speaker:

Karl Michael Rosner, Highly-charged ion dynamics, MPIK

Title:

Setup, characterization and operation of a highly charged ion beamline

Meeting ID: 922 4393 1417Passwort: 298618

Thursday, 07.16.

Teekolloquium

Time, Place:

11:15 ,https://zoom.us/j/96239458148?pwd=MjluNG1UUkw4QWNJQTcxNHZoKzhQZz09

Speaker:

Prof. Vladimir Shabaev, Division of Quantum Mechanics, Department of Physics, St. Petersburg

Title:

QED with heavy ions: on the way to supercritical fields

Meeting-ID: 962 3945 8148Passwort: 334410

Particle and Astroparticle Theory Seminar

Time, Place:

16:15 ,https://zoom.us/j/92866580203?pwd=OUlReGtGS0pGY0MrUVcwaVV0QTRFdz09

Speaker:

Dr. Oliver Fischer (MPIK)

Title:

Testing non-oscillatory explanations of the MiniBooNE excess

Joint Seminar with ITP Univ. Heidelberg: Teilchentee;Passwort: 716888Explaining the MiniBooNE excess of electron-like events with neutrino oscillations is presently disfavored by global neutrino data. Here the focus is on non-oscillatory explanations of the excess, all of which involve BSM physics. Possible scenarios which address the excess in the MiniBooNE detector with the observed energy spectrum are identified and systematically discussed. Data is considered from the neutrino experiments T2K and NO?A near detectors, MINER?A, NOMAD and PS191. It is found that all the existing models can be tested in at least one experiment. This lets us conclude that all the BSM explanations of MiniBooNE could be excluded already with present data.