Annual Retreat 2018

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Our 4th Annual Retreat 2018 took place at Hotel Haus Griese in Körbecke (Möhnesee) from 10. - 13. September 2018.

Annual Retreat 2019

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Our 5th Annual Retreat 2019 took place at Hotel Idingshof, Bramsche from 23. -26. September 2019.

Raffaela Busse am Südpol: "Das Leben dort ist unglaublich simpel"

Ein Jahr am Südpol: Die Physikerin Raffaela Busse über eine Expedition der besonderen Art

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Physikalische Gesellschaft ehrt Alexander Fieguth mit Dissertationspreis

Autor gelang experimenteller Nachweis der längsten bisher gemessenen Halbwertszeit

Die Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG) verleiht Dr. Alexander Fieguth vom Institut für Kernphysik an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU) den diesjährigen Dissertationspreis der Sektion Materie und Kosmos. Die Dissertation ist im Graduiertenkolleg „Starke und schwache Wechselwirkung – von Hadronen zu Dunkler Materie“ bei Prof. Dr. Christian Weinheimer entstanden.

Pressemitteilung WWU

1st Workshop on High Energy Theory and Gender 26. – 28.09.2018 at CERN, Switzerland

The content was an exchange of experiences with female scientists on equal opportunity aspects, site visits and the participation in workshops with dedicated gender topics.The feedback was very positive and all participants were impressed.

Agenda

Prof. Heitger in den Wissenschaftlichen Rat des NIC berufen

Prof. Dr. Jochen Heitger ist für die Amtszeit 2020-2022 in den Wissenschaftlichen Rat des John von Neumann-Institutes für Computing (NIC) in Jülich gewählt worden.

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Infineon-Promotionspreis für Physiker Nils Hüsken

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Dr. Nils Hüsken vom Institut für Kernphysik der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU) erhält für seine Dissertation den mit 2500 Euro dotierten Infineon-Promotionspreis 2018.
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Open Positions 2019

The DFG Research Training Group "Strong and Weak Interactions - from Hadrons to Dark Matter" invites applications for PhD positions (TV-L E13, 75%, up to 3 years) to start on 1st April 2019 or later.

Open PhD Positions 2020

The DFG Research Training Group "Strong and Weak Interactions - from Hadrons to Dark Matter" invites applications for PhD positions (TV-L E13, 75%, up to 3 years) to start on 1 July 2020 or later.

Job posting

Annual Retreat 2021

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Our 7th Annual Retreat 2021 took place at Hotel Idingshof, Bramsche from 06.-09. September 2021.



Astroparticle physicists observe the longest half-life ever directly measured

Detector for dark matter search provides impressive measurement results / Publication in "Nature"

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Humboldt-Forschungspreis für Prof. Dr. Christophe Royon

Alexander-von-Humboldt-Stiftung ermöglicht dem Experten für Teilchenphysik einen einjährigen Forschungsaufenthalt

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Second funding period approved by DFG!

The German Research Foundation approves the expansion of the Research Training Group 2149 and thereby strengthens doctoral training in particle physics with more than four million euros in funding for a further four and a half years.

"This is a special honor for our entire team," emphasizes the future spokesperson of the Research Training Group, Prof Michael Klasen from the Institute of Theoretical Physics.

Pressemitteilung WWU

Annual Retreat 2017

Our 3rd Annual Retreat 2017 took place at Franz Dohrmann Haus, Marienheide from 25. - 28. September 2017.

Workshop "Work and private life balance"

On 30.11.2016 the workshop "Work and private life balance" took place at the Hüfferstift. The feedback was very positive and all participants were impressed.

Open PhD Positions

The DFG Research Training Group "Strong and Weak Interactions - from Hadrons to Dark Matter" invites applications for PhD positions (TV-L E13, 75%, up to 3 years) to start on March 1, 2016 or later.

Press Release

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The German Research Foundation (DFG) funded the Research Training Group (Graduiertenkolleg) 2149 "Strong and Weak Interactions - from Hadrons to Dark Matter". The Research Training group focuses on the close collaboration of theoretical and experimental nuclear, particle and astroparticle physicists further supported by a mathematician and a computer scientist.