The SFB seminar gives the doctoral researchers the opportunity to present their own results. Every doctoral researcher will give a mid-term talk (after 18 months) on the status of her/his project work where she/he is urged to include an overview and comparison on similar or competing projects worldwide. Within 6 months before their thesis defence, the advanced doctoral researchers will give their end-term seminar on the scientific advance achieved by the doctoral project.
|27.10.||Christoph Kremer||Shape coexistence and quantum phase transition in Zirconium||A01|
|10.11.||Julia Bliss||Nucleosynthesis in neutrino-driven winds||B06|
|24.11.||Richard Trippel||Collective Excitations from Coupled-Cluster and In-Medium SRG||A04|
|01.12.||Diego Semmler||The Low Energy Photon Tagger NEPTUN: Toward a Detailed Study of the Pygmy Dipole Resonance with Real Photons||B04|
|08.12.||Markus Zweidinger||Nuclear Structure Studies on Medium-Heavy Mass Nuclei using the Method of Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence||B03|
|15.12.||Jonas Braun||Electric Properties of One-Neutron Halo Nuclei in Halo EFT||A02|
|12.01.||Carlos Mattes||Long-time simulation of core-collapse supernovae||B06|
|26.01.||Andre Sieverding||Neutrino nucleosynthesis||B06|
|02.02.||Bernhard Maaß||Resonance ionization spectroscopy of neutral boron as a first step towards the charge radius measurement of 8B||A01|
|09.02.||Christian Drischler||Applications of chiral nuclear forces up to N3LO to nuclear matter and neutron stars||B05|
|16.02.||Sergej Bassauer||Systematics of the Electric Dipole Response in stable tin isotopes||B04|
The seminar will take place on Thursdays at 12:30 in S211 seminar room 10. The talks should last 30-40 min and we plan 20 min discussion among doctoral researchers (PI and senior members can discuss with the speaker afterwards).