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Physics Colloquium

During the lecture period on selected Tuesdays, a guest usually speaks about his or her current area of research. Everyone is cordially invited to this public event. Especially for students, this offers the opportunity to get a good overview of current topics in physics and adjacent areas.


The lecturers of physics

Program for the summer semester 2022

31 May 2022 Colloquium of the Students
 New Frontiers in medical Physics for Ion Beam Therapy [Abstract]
 Prof. Dr. Katia Parodi, Medical Physics, LMU Munich

21 June 2022 Inaugural Lecture
 Von Turbulenz aus dem Supercomputer zur Physik aktiver Fluide [Abstract]
 (From turbulence from the supercomputer to the physics of active fluids)
 Prof. Dr. Michael Wilczek, Threoretical Physics I

12 July 2022 Inaugural Lecture
 Smarte Einzeller - Die Physik der Mikroorganismen in neuem Licht
 Prof. Dr. Oliver Bäumchen, Experimental Physics V

Place and time

Unless otherwise stated, on Tuesday, 5 pm (s.t.) in the Emil Warburg Lecture Hall H15, building NW I.

Physicists at Work - Almni Colloquium

In cooperation with the 'Absolventen- und Förderverein MPI Uni Bayreuth e.V. ', the Department of Physics organizes a special alumni colloquium at which an alumni of physics reports on his professional practice after his studies in Bayreuth.

Colloquium day of the students

Once a semester, the speaker in the Physics Colloquium is invited by the students.

Summer semester 2022

New frontiers in medical physics research for ion beam therapy

Prof. Dr. Katia Parodi
Medical Physics, LMU München

Tuesday, 31 May 2022
5 pm (s.t.)

University of Bayreuth
Emil Warburg Lecture Hall (H15), Building NW I


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