Events and Seminars at or with MPE

Licht im Dunkel der Tiefsee

Café & Kosmos
Physiker der Technischen Universität München (TUM) entwickeln derzeit das neue Neutrino-Teleskop P-ONE, um das Universum zukünftig vom Grund des Pazifischen Ozeans aus zu erforschen. In 2.500 Metern Tiefe gibt es auch Lebewesen und so faszinierende Phänomene wie Bioluminiszenz zu beobachten, also Leuchterscheinungen von lebenden Organismen. Das neue Neutrino-Teleskop bietet damit auch noch die einzigartige Gelegenheit, die Tiefsee zu ergründen, den weltweit größten und noch weitgehend unerforschten Lebensraum. Dr. Kilian Holzapfel von der Technischen Universität München berichtet an diesem Café & Kosmos Abend, was die Wissenschaftler bereits über die Biolumniszenz am Meeresgrund herausgefunden haben - und was sie mit P-ONE über das Ökosystem Tiefsee lernen können. [more]

The ALMA Survey of 70 μm Dark High-mass Clumps in Early Stages (ASHES). IX. Physical Properties and Spatial Distribution of Cores in IRDCs

MPE-CAS Journal Club

The alpha-element enrichment of gas in distant galaxies

ESO Informal Discussion
In the last decade, several measurements have been hinting at the possibility of Beyond Standard Model physics in B decays. Some of these observables have stayed “anomalous” after several experiments released multiple measurements of such quantities, while others have recently suffered a different fate. In this seminar I will recap the current status of experimental anomalies, critically reviewing the theoretical description of these observables in the Standard Model. I will therefore identify which are the quantities with the highest probability of being affected by New Physics, and which are the ones that on the other hand do not require an extension of the SM any longer. [more]

The JWST view of star formation in nearby galaxies

MPE Seminar

Patience is a virtue: The 15-year NANOGrav Gravitational Wave Results

Munich Joint Astronomy Colloquium

First Results from the SRG/eROSITA All-Sky Survey: From Stars to Cosmology

eROSITA International Conference
This conference follows the public data release of the first eROSITA all-sky survey, which includes source catalogs of point-like and extended sources, images, spectra, light curves, and X-ray photon events. We invite presentations of the first scientific results driven by the international community. [more]
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