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.
|27.04.||Cesar Lizarazo||Collectivity and Shell evolution for 50≤N≤60, 28≤Z≤40: New spectroscopy measurements|
|04.05.||Christian Gorges||Collinear laser spectroscopy on short-lived Sn isotopes|
|18.05.||Udo Gayer||Constraining nuclear matrix elements for neutrinoless double-beta decay between 82Se and 82Kr||B03|
|01.06.||Julian Kahlbow||Experiments with radioactive ion beams at the SAMURAI setup using the neutron detector NeuLAND||A06|
|22.06.||Lukas Huth||Shell-Model Interactions From Chiral Effective Field Theory||A04|
|20.07.||Marc Leonhardt||Symmetry breaking and four-quark interactions in QCD||B05|
|27.07.||Marcel Schmidt||Halo Effective Field Theory for Nuclear Reactions||A05|
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).
The seminar schedule for WS 2016/17 is available here.