Physics at Lunchtime

Physics at Lunchtime
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After the great success of the first edition of "Physics at Lunchtime" in 2018, the physics department at WWU is again offering an event for the general public.

Once a month, WWU professors will combine vivid explanations of recent physics Nobel Prizes with current research at WWU, every Saturday at 12:00 p.m. in Lecture Hall F2 of the Fürstenberghaus. "This way you can conveniently combine a visit to the market with 45 minutes of stimulating entertainment", says Prof. Michael Klasen from the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the WWU, who organizes the event for the physics department.

On April 30, Prof. Cornelia Denz kicked off the event with a lecture on Laser Physics (Physics Nobel Prize 2018). Further planned dates are 05/14 (Gravitational Waves, Nobel Prize 2017), 05/21 (Black Holes, Nobel Prize
2020) and June 11 (Climate Change and Geodynamics, Nobel Prize 2021).