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Science Rocks!

In this biweekly seminar, PhD students of CeNS and of the Faculty of Physics present their current research to their peer students followed by scientific discussions in an informal atmosphere.

Science Rocks! takes place every second Thursday at 17:45 in the seminar room N110 of the LMU physics building (Kotthaus/Rädler). All graduate students of CeNS and the Faculties of Physics and Chemistry are invited to listen to the speakers who present the fascinating aspects of their doctoral research. After the talk, there is time for scientific discussions and further exchange to strengthen the network of PhD students of CeNS. The initiators of Science Rocks! are Prof. Tim Liedl and Jun.-Prof. Alex Högele.

PhD students Andreas Graw, Lorenz Huber, and Matthias Zorn are responsible for the organization of the event. You can contact them if you have questions about the event or if you would like to give a talk in the upcoming semester!

Date Speaker Location
22.10.15

"Science in a Nutshell"
and Welcome Event for new PhD and master students

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik

05.11.15

Felix Segerer (AG Prof. Joachim Rädler)
Initiates file download“Ringelpiez mit Anfassen” or “Why one misfit spoils the whole cell party”

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik

19.11.15

Aurora Manzi (AG Prof. Jochen Feldmann)
Initiates file downloadAlchemy meets Artificial Photosynthesis: How to Fight the Global Warming with the Cation Exchange

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik

03.12.15

Isabella Krämer (AG Prof. Erwin Frey)
Initiates file downloadWhy myosin XVa influences the soundtrack of our lives: Interplay of directed transport and diffusive motion inside cellular protrusions

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik

17.12.15

Science Rocks! - Christmas Special Event
Initiates file download5 minute flash talks! of thoughts worth sharing

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik

14.01.16

Dr. Marianne Bauer (AG Prof. Erwin Frey)
Initiates file downloadThe Bacteria strike back: Can simple models help in the war of antimicrobial resistance?

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik

28.01.16

Jessica Lindlau (AG Prof. Alexander Högele)
Initiates file downloadA 2D story about vibrant stars and triangles

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Fakultät für Physik