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The calendar below includes workshops organized by or held at the Physics Department.


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QQQ Workshop in Milan, February 18-21

The international Workshop QQQ on Quantum open systems, Quantum thermodynamics, Quantum probability is taking place at the Sala Napoleonica of UNIMI from February 18 to 21, 2020.

13 January 2020
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The fourth meeting on Applied Quantum Mechanics, held at UNIMI

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.

16 December 2019
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5th Workshop on Complex Systems @ UNIMI

Held on October 31st, the workshop gathers researchers working in many different areas of the physical and biological sciences involving several research lines related to the theoretical and experimental investigation of complex systems.

22 October 2019

NUSTAR week in Milan, 24-28 September

The NUSTAR week conference has gathered together international experts in the Fields of Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Astrophysics, at the headquarter of Milano University. Scientific and technical progresses have been presented and discussed in connection with the development of the international facility FAIR in Darmstadt (Germany).

28 September 2018
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ColOpt network event

The University of Milan is hosting the third Innovative Training Network (ITN) ColOpt event, from 9th to 13th July 2018, in the Sala Napoleonica of via S. Antonio 12

02 July 2018

Darklight Wrap-Up Workshop: 4th-6th September

With the end of the project fast approaching (October 31st, 2017), most of the Darklight team (including ex-fellows) will meet from September 4th until September 6th in Milan at the Department of Physics (UNIMI), to discuss the results of the research carried out in the last five years thanks to the ERC grant and to plan future developments.

02 September 2017
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