The colloquia of the Department of Physics (DF) during the 1st semester of 2018/2019 will start on October 3.
Each colloquium will be organised according to the following 4 cycles:
- The end of Nature,
- Trends and frontiers in Physics,
- Physics at the core of Technology,
- Paths and ways for a graduate in Physics.
|3rd Oct||CO2 plasmas: from solar fuels to oxygen production on Mars||Vasco Guerra||IPFN, IST||3rd|
|10th Oct||Sailing to New Physics||Igor Ivanov||CFTP, IST||2nd|
|17th Oct||Probing the nature of gravity and extreme matter with gravitational-wave observations*||Alessandra Buonanno||Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics||2nd|
|31st Oct||Extreme science with extreme lasers:
the Nobel Prize in Physics 2018
|Gonçalo Figueira; Luís O. Silva||IPFN, IST|
|7th Nov||“P = mc2” – Physics in Medicine of Cancer Care||João Seco||German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ.) – E041; Department of Physics and Astronomy, Heidelberg University||2nd|
|21st Nov||Testing the Kerr black hole hypothesis**||Carlos Herdeiro||CENTRA, IST||2nd|
|5th Dec||The Highest-Energy Particles in Nature: what they tell us about astrophysics and particle physics***||Alan Watson||University of Leeds||2nd/3rd|
- *Jointly organized with CENTRA. / **New date: Nov, 21 (instead Nov, 14).
***Jointly organized with LIP.
Venue: Civil Engineering building, VA4 amphitheatre, floor -1.