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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
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76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen

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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
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D - 76021 Karlsruhe

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Archiv des Gemeinsamen Seminars

Gemeinsames teilchen- und astroteilchenphysikalisches Seminar der Universitäten Heidelberg, Tübingen und des Karlsruher Instituts für Technologie (KIT), in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Graduiertenkolleg "Elementarteilchenphysik bei höchster Energie und höchster Präzision" und der Helmholtz-Allianz Astroteilchenphysik

 

 

Sommersemester 2018:

Termin
Referent Thema

24.04.2018

Dr. Balazs Kégl
CNRS, Paris-Saclay Center for Data Science

Machine learning in scientific workflows

08.05.2018

Dr. Alex Nielsen
Albert-Einstein-Institut Hannover

Gravitational waves: recent observations & future

22.05.2018

Prof. Dr. Markus Ahlers
Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

Multi-Messenger Aspects of Cosmic Neutrinos
26.06.2018

Prof. Dr. Giuliana Fiorillo
Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”

  The Dark Matter Search program with liquid Argon

Wintersemester 2017/2018:

Termin
Referent Thema

07.11.2017

Dr. Benoît Famaey
Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg, Université de Strasbourg

Modified gravity and/or baryon-dark matter interactions as alternatives to collisionless dark matter

21.11.2017

Prof. Dr. Gustavo Romero
IAR-CONICET, Universidad Nacional de La Plata

QUBIC: The quest for primordial B-modes in the CMB

19.12.2017

Prof. Dr. Yuri Efremenko
University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory

 First observation of coherent neutrino-nucleus scattering with the COHERENT experiment and the future neutrino program at the SNS

Sommersemester 2017:

Termin
Referent Thema

20.06.2017

Dr. Javier Redondo

Universidad de Zaragoza & Max-Planck-Institut für Physik, München

Searches for axions and axion-like particles: theoretical motivation, status & future

Slides

04.07.2017

Prof. Dr. Christoph Pfrommer

Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik, Potsdam (AIP) & Universität Potsdam

The impact of cosmic rays on galaxy formation 

11.07.2017

Prof. Dr. Stefan Jordan

Zentrum für Astronomie, Universität Heidelberg

First Results of the GAIA mission

25.07.2017

Dr. Kathrin Valerius

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Neutrino mass measurements in the laboratory

Slides

Wintersemester 2016/2017:

Termin
Referent Thema

22.11.2016

Dr. Florian Kühnel

Oskar Klein Centre for Cosmoparticle Physics, Department of Physics, Stockholm University

Primordial black holes and their role as dark matter

06.12.2016

Prof. Dr. Michael Wurm

Institut für Physik, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz

Low energy neutrino physics with scintillators, the neutrino mass hierarchy and the JUNO project

17.01.2017

Prof. Dr. Michael Kramer

Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn

Gravity, black holes, neutron stars and other fundamental physics probed by radio astronomy - now and in the SKA era

24.01.2016

Prof. Dr. Jim Hinton

Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg

The future of very high energy gamma-ray astronomy

Sommersemester 2016:

Termin
Referent Thema

 

24.05.2016

Prof. Dr. Alexander Kappes
Institut für Kernphysik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Measuring the Cosmic-ray Anisotropy at the South Pole

 
07.06.2016

Prof. Dr. Kevork Abazajian
Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of California, Irvine

Sterile neutrino dark matter: A tale of weak interactions in the strong coupling epoch

 
14.06.2016

Dr. Béla Majorovits
Max-Planck-Institut für Physik,
München

Search for neutrinoless double beta decay with 76Ge: Actual status and future perspectives

 
12.07.2016

Prof. Dr. Klaus Blaum
Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg

Precision tests of fundamental interactions and their symmetries with cooled and stored exotic ions​

 

Wintersemester 2015/2016:

Termin
Referent Thema
 
17.11.2015

Prof. Dr. Andrzej Królak
Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Science

Dr. Michał Bejger
Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw

All sky search for gravitational waves using supercomputing systems

 
08.12.2015

Prof. Dr. Christian Enss
Kirchhoff-Institut für Physik, Universität Heidelberg

Cryogenic Micro-Calorimeters: A New Tool for Particle Detection

 
15.12.2015

Dr. Johannes Albrecht
Experimentelle Physik V, Technische Universität Dortmund

LHCb: Search for New Physics and news about Old Physics

 
12.01.2015

Dr. Damiano Caprioli
Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University

New Insights on the Origin of Cosmic Rays

 

Sommersemester 2015:

Termin
Referent Thema
 
28.04.2015

Prof. Dr. Tord Ekelöf
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University

ESSnuSB: a facility exploiting the discovery potential for leptonic CP violation at the 2nd neutrino oscillation maximum

 
19.05.2015

Dr. Matteo Viel
INAF and Osservatorio Astronomico, Trieste

Constraints on Dark Matter deduced from astroparticle physics in intergalactic space

 
16.06.2015

Prof. Dr. Günter Sigl
II. Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Hamburg & DESY

The enigma of the highest energy particles in the Universe

 
07.07.2015

Prof. Dr. Ivan Peric
Institut für Prozessdatenverarbeitung und Elektronik, KIT

Detector development for the LHC upgrade

Wintersemester 2014/2015:

Termin
Referent Thema
 
25.11.2014

Dr. Ralf Ulrich
Institut für Kernphysik, KIT

Hadronic interactions in UHECR air showers and at LHC

09.12.2014

Prof. Dr. Heino Falcke

Department of Astronomy, Radboud University, Nijmegen

Radio astronomy and astroparticle physics with the LOFAR array

20.01.2015

Dr. Christopher McCabe

GRAPPA Institute, University of Amsterdam

Interplay of Dark Matter Searches at Colliders and in Direct Detection Experiments

10.02.2015

Dr. Walter Winter

Astroteilchenphysik-Theorie, DESY Zeuthen

Neutrino Astronomy in the multi-messenger context

 

Wintersemester 2013/14:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
 
05.11.2013

Prof. Dr. Lucio Rossi
Technology department, CERN

Advanced technology at the LHC: Higgs boson and more

 
26.11.2013

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Amand Fäßler
Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Tübingen

KATRIN and the Search for the Cosmic Neutrino Background

 
10.12.2013

Prof. Dr. Eva Grebel
Astronomisches Rechen-Institut, Universität Heidelberg

Dwarf galaxies and Dark Matter

 
21.01.2014

Prof. Dr. Stefan Schönert
Physik-Department E15, TU München

Results from the GERDA search for neutrinoless double beta decay

27.05.2014 Prof. Dr. Evgeny Akhmedov
Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg
Sterile neutrinos and oscillation coherence

Sommersemester 2013:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
23.04.13
Prof. Dr. Justin Read,
Department of Physics, University of Surrey
The local Dark Matter density
07.05.13
Dr. Iris Gebauer,
Institut für Experimentelle Kernphysik, KIT
First results from AMS-02
16.07.13
Prof. Dr. Kumiko Kotera,
Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris (IAP)
Are Magnetars Super-Accelerators?

Wintersemester 2012/13:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
06.11.12
Prof. Dr. Torsten Bringmann,
Universität Hamburg
Gamma Ray Signals from Dark Matter: Concepts, Status and Prospects
18.12.12
Prof. Dr. Andreas Piepke,
University of Alabama
Results from the EXO experiment on 136-Xe double beta decay
05.02.13
Prof. Dr. Günter Quast,
KIT
The Higgs Search at LHC: Methods and Results

Sommersemester 2012:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
08.05.12
Prof. Dr. Ute Ebert,
CWI Amsterdam und Department of Physics, TU Eindhoven
Terrestrial Gamma-Ray Flashes: Sparks and Thunderstorms as Particle Accelerators

22.05.12

Dr. Bernhard Lauss,
Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen
Physics with the ultracold neutron source at the Paul Scherrer Institute
03.07.12
Prof. Dr. Kai Martens,
IPMU, University of Tokyo
Latest results of the XMASS Dark Matter search
10.07.12
Prof. Dr. Heiko Lacker,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Search for the 4th generation of quarks and leptons

Wintersemester 2011/12:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
15.11.11
Dr. Franz Pröbst
Max-Planck Institut München

Results from the CRESST-II Dark Matter search

06.12.11
Prof. Dr. Lothar Oberauer,
Technische Universität München
Perspectives in low energy neutrino astronomy
20.12.11
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Husemann,
KIT, IEKP
Top and Beyond -- from the Tevatron to the LHC
24.01.12
Prof. Dr. Volker Springel
Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberger Institut für Theoretische Studien
Structure formation in the Universe

Sommersemester 2011:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
03.05.11
Prof. Dr. Uwe Oberlack,
Universität Mainz
Dark Matter search with XENON100
17.05.11
Prof. Dr. Christian Kiesling,
MPP München
The Belle-II project at the Super-KEKB accelerator
28.06.11
Prof. Dr. Andrea Santangelo,
Universität Tübingen
UHE particle astrophysics with JEM-EUSO
12.07.11
Prof. Dr. Baha Balantekin,
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Neutrino properties in astrophysics

Wintersemester 2010/11:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
09.11.10
Dr. Ruben Saakyan
University College London

Final results from the NEMO-3 double beta decay experiment and prospects for Super-NEMO

11.01.11
Prof. Dr. Luca Amendola
Universität Heidelberg
Dark Energy: Theory and Observations
31.01.11
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Prof. Dr. Malcolm Longair
Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
The High Energy Astrophysics of Compact Extragalactic Sources

Sommersemester 2010:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
27.04.10
Prof. Dr. Marc Weber
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, IPE
LHC upgrades -- physics and detectors
25.05.10
Prof. Dr. Thomas Müller
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, IEKP
Highlights of the Tevatron Collider
08.06.10

Prof. Dr. Thomas Kühl
Universität Mainz und GSI

Physics with the PHELIX laser facility at GSI
29.06.10
Prof. Dr. Juan Collar
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics. University of Chicago

Dark Matter searches: an update on COUPP and CoGeNT

Wintersemester 2009/10:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
24.11.09
Prof. Dr. Margarete Muehlleitner
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Prospects of Higgs physics at the LHC
08.12.09
Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganß
Universität Heidelberg
The search for Extrasolar Planets
19.01.10
Prof. Dr. Bernard Schutz
Max Planck Institut für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam
The Physics of Gravitational Waves and their Detection
09.02.10
Prof. Dr. Thomas Gaisser
University of Delaware
Particle Astrophysics with the IceCube Experiment


Sommersemester 2009:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
28.04.09
Prof. Dr. Karl Menten
Max Planck Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn
Rescaling the size and mass of the Milky Way with the highest precision in Astronomy
18.05.09

Prof. Dr. Silvio Bonnometto
Università degli Studi di Milano

Neutrino mass and a coupling between Cold Dark Matter and Dark Energy?
16.06.09
Prof. Dr. Martin Asplund
Max Planck Institut für Astrophysik, Garching
The solar modeling problem and solar neutrinos
07.07.09
Prof. Dr. Stefan Funk
Stanford University
First light from the gamma ray
satellite Fermi-LAT

Wintersemester 2008/09:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
04.11.08
Prof. Dr. Piergiorgio Picozza
Università di Roma Tor Vergata
First results from the PAMELA space mission
09.12.08
Prof. Dr. Evgeny Akhmedov
MPIK Heidelberg
Mößbauer effect with neutrinos and neutrino oscillations
27.01.09
Dr. Philippe Lebrun
CERN
The LHC accelerator:
Status and plans
10.02.09
Prof. Dr. Jordan Goodman
University of Maryland
Results from the Milagro Gamma Ray Observatory

Sommersemester 2008:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
29.04.08
Dr. Wolfgang Wagner
Universität Karlsruhe
Top quark physics at the Tevatron
27.05.08

Prof. Dr. Thomas Buchert
Centre de Recherche Astrophysique de Lyon

Dark Energy from structure in the Universe
17.06.08
Prof. Dr. Lars Bergström
Stockholm University
Cosmological Dark Matter: Evidence and Methods of Detection
08.07.08
Prof. Dr. Albert de Roeck
Universität Antwerpen & CERN
Forward physics at LHC

Wintersemester 2007/08:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
06.11.07
Dr. Antoine Letessier-Selvon
Université de Paris VI
Latest results of the Pierre Auger observatory
04.12.07
Prof. Dr. Lothar Oberauer
TU München
First direct observation of solar 7Be neutrinos in Borexino and prospects of low energy neutrino astronomy
22.01.08
Prof. Dr. Laura Baudis
Universität Zürich
Direct Dark Matter search with liquid Xenon detectors
29.01.08
Prof. Dr. Matthias Bartelmann
Universität Heidelberg
Dark structures revealed by gravitational lensing
 

Sommersemester 2007:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
08.05.07
Prof. Dr. Ben Moore,
Universität Zürich
Dark Matter clusters: Implications for direct and indirect detection
22.05.07
Prof. Dr. Peter Gorham,
University of Hawaii
Radio Detection of UHE Neutrinos with the ANITA experiment
12.06.07
Dr. Bruno Leibundgut,
ESO Garching
Measuring the Equation of State of the Universe with high-z supernovae
17.07.07
Dr. William C. Louis,
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Neutrino Oscillation Results from MiniBooNE

Wintersemester 2006/07:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
14.11.06
Prof. Dr. Claudio Montanari
INFN & University of Pavia
Results from the WArP Dark Matter Search
05.12.06
Prof. Dr. Heinrich Völk
MPIK Heidelberg
Theory of Cosmic Ray production to the knee
09.01.07
Prof. Dr. Kay Königsmann,
Universität Freiburg
Status and latest results of the CERN solar axion search CAST
06.02.07
Prof. Dr. Manfred Lindner
MPIK Heidelberg
Implications of precision measurements of neutrino masses and mixings
 

Sommersemester 2006:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
09.05.06
Dr. Andrew Strong,
MPE Garching
Gamma ray emission from the inner Galaxy
30.05.06
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hillebrandt,
MPA Garching
Supernova Theory and Cosmological Distances
13.06.06
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Nierste,
Universität Karlsruhe
The CKM matrix and CP violation
18.07.06
Dr. Kenji Shinozaki,
MPI München
Re-analysis of AGASA data at the GZK cut-off

Wintersemester 2005/06:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
25.10.05
Prof. Dr. Ofer Lahav, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London Massive Neutrinos and Cosmology
13.12.05
Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Langanke,
TU Darmstadt und GSI
Neutrino Nucleosynthesis & Nuclear weak-interaction processes in stars
17.01.06
Dr. Jelle Kaastra
Space Research Organization of the Netherlands (SRON)
The search for Warm Intergalactic Matter
07.02.06
Prof. Dr. Reinhold Schuch,
University Physics Center Stockholm
High Precision Mass Balance determination of the 3H-3He Q-value

Sommersemester 2005:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
03.05.05
Dr. Alvaro de Rujula,
CERN
Cosmic Ray Acceleration through Canon Balls
10.05.05
Dr. Sylvio Klose,
Thüringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg
Cosmic Gamma-Ray Bursts
07.06.05
Prof. Dr. Matthias Steinhauser,
Universität Karlsruhe
Top Quark Threshold Production at a Linear Collider
05.07.05
Prof. Dr. B. Sathyaprakash,
Cardiff University
Astrophysical and Cosmological Sources of Gravitational Radiation

Wintersemester 2004/05:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
02.11.04
Prof. Dr. Dieter Zeppenfeld,
Universität Karlsruhe
Weak Boson Fusion at the LHC
30.11.04
Dr. Stefan Schönert,
MPIK Heidelberg
0νββ Decay Search with 76 Ge: Status and Future Perspectives
11.01.05
Prof. Dr. Claus Rolfs,
Universität Bochum
Fusion Reactions in Stars
01.02.05
Prof. Dr. Werner Hofmann,
MPIK Heidelberg
Detection of VHE γ´s with the H.E.S.S. Telescope

Sommersemester 2004:

 

Termin Referent Thema
27.04.04 Dr. Alain Coc
CSNSM Orsay
Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
compared to WMAP observations
and to the Abundance of Light Elements
25.05.04 Prof. Dr. Helmut Koch
Universität Bochum
Recent Developments in Hadron Spectroscopy
22.06.04 Prof. Dr. Markus Roth
TU Darmstadt
Acceleration with Light
13.07.04 Prof. Dr. Josef Jochum
Universität Tübingen
Direct Dark Matter Search:
CRESST I+II

Wintersemester 2003/04:

 

Termin
Referent Thema
04.11.03
Prof. Dr. Masahiro Teshima,
MPI München
Cosmic Rays and Gamma Rays; from GeV to the highest energies
02.12.03
Dr. Hans-Thomas Janka,
MPIA Garching
Latest Insights into Supernova Evolution Processes
13.01.04
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Staude,
Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam
Solar magnetic fields and oscillations
03.02.04
Dr. Jörg Hörandel,
Universität Karlsruhe
Galactic Cosmic Rays and the TRACER Balloon Experiment in Antarctica

Sommersemester 2003:

 

Termin Referent Thema
29.04.03 Prof. Dr. Reinhard Genzel
MPE München
Evidence for a black hole at the center of the Milky Way
13.05.03 Prof. Dr. Stefan Paul
TU München
Results from the CERN-SPS Experiment COMPASS
01.07.03 Prof. Dr. Jürgen Drees
Uni Wuppertal
Highlights of the CERN LEP Experiments
15.07.03 Dr. Alan W. Poon
LBL, Berkeley
Evidence for Reactor Anti-Neutrino Disappearance at KamLAND

Wintersemester 2002/03:

 

Termin Referent Thema
29.10.02 Dr. Klaus Eitel, Forschunsgzentrum Karlsruhe Short baseline neutrino experiments
03.12..02 Prof. Dr. Paolo Franzini, Universita di Roma La Sapienza Results from KLOE
14.01.03 Dr. Steen Hannestad, University of Aarhus Neutrino Physics from Cosmological Observations
11.02.03 Prof. Dr. Simon Swordy, University of Chicago Cosmic Ray Antimatter

Sommersemester 2002:

 

Termin Referent Thema
07.05.02 Dr. Ulrich Schramm
LMU München
Crystalline Ion Beams
04.06.02 Prof. Dr. Koichiro Nishikawa
University of Kyoto/KEK
Results from K2K, perspectives for future long
baseline neutrino experiments
25.06.02 Priv.-Doz. Dr. Hartmut Abele
Universität Heidelberg
Quantum states of neutrons in the Earth´s
gravitational field
09.07.02 Prof. Dr. H.-V. Klapdor-Kleingrothaus
MPI für Kernphysik, Heidelberg
Evidence for neutrinoless double beta decay

Wintersemester 2001/02:

 

Termin Referent Thema
31.10.01 Prof. Dr. Günther Quast
Universität Karlsruhe
Was haben wir bei LEP gelernt?
27.11.01 Prof. Dr. Rainer Santo
Universität Münster
Erste Ergebnisse von Experimenten am RHIC
18.12.01 Prof. Dr. John Wilkerson, University of Washington, Seattle First Results from the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory SNO
22.01.02 Dr. Eva Grebel
MPI für Astrophysik, Heidelberg
Der Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Von der Sternenbildung zu kosmologischen Strukturen

Sommersemester 2001:

 

Termin Referent Thema
24.04.01 Dr. Vadim Burwitz
MPE München
Die neuen Röntgen-Missionen
XMM-Newton und Chandra
26.06.01 Dr. Gabriel Chardin
DAPNIA Saclay
WIMP dark matter: Direct detection
with EDELWEISS
17.07.01 Prof. Dr. Klaus Schubert
Universität Dresden
Erste Ergebnisse des BABAR Experiments
zur CP Verletzung in B-Zerfällen