Physics Department Seminar: What cosmology can tell us about neutrinos Aula Consiglio - 9 GENNAIO 2020 – ore 15:30 Maria Archidiacono - University of Milano
The Library of biological science, computer science, chemistry and physics (Biblioteca di biologia, informatica, chimica e fisica –BICF) now opened in a new building in via Celoria 18. Collections and resources from former disciplinary libraries now closed down (Biblioteca biologica, Biblioteca di fisica e informatica, Biblioteca di chimica.) are gatherd and displayed in a new modern library.
AQM4, the fourth edition of the series, is taking place on Fri, Dec 20th, 2019 in room M03 (via Mangiagalli 31). The meeting is devoted to the latest developments in the field of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics as well as to their application.
13/12/2019 at 11:30 Department of Physics. Aula Caldirola. Carlos Benavides, Institut für Physik Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, "On the time evolution of fermionic natural occupation numbers"
Physics Department seminar: The near and remote Universe. The 2019 Nobel prize in Physics to Mayor, Queloz and Peebles.
Aula Consiglio 13 DICEMBRE, 2019 – 14:30 Daniele Mennella e Giuseppe Lodato University of Milano The near and remote Universe. The 2019 Nobel prize in Physics to Mayor, Queloz and Peebles.
The associate professor of condensed matter theory in our Department has been nominated Emerging Leader 2020 for his contributions to materials science by the Journal of Physics: Materials published by Institute of Physics of the UK.
Physics World magazine includes the QUPLAS Antimatter Interferometry result among the Top-10 Breakthrough Experiments of the year 2019.
21/11/2019, Aula Consiglio, 15:30. Markus Arndt, University of Vienna, "Probing Quantum Physics with Complex Molecules and Nanoparticles"
Physics Department seminar Underground nuclear astrophysics and the LUNA experiment 13/11/2019, Aula Consiglio, 16:30. Rosanna Depalo, Università di Padova e INFN Padova
The project ‘Leonardesque artists beyond the visible’ aims to evaluate works by Leonardesque masters through scientific analyses, supplying useful information to the experts in the field, but also to a wider public. The project, linked to the exhibition at Museo Poldi Pezzoli “Leonardo e la Madonna Litta”, is funded by Fondazione Bracco.