Seminars

If not explicitly stated otherwise, seminars take place on Wednesdays, at 16:00 in the lecture room A 945 (Troja, building A, 9th floor).

Diploma thesis presentations

4.5.2022 at 16:00

Pavel Haman: Classical anomalies (in English)
Pavel Váňa: Study of charmonia production and radiation at the LHC (in English)
Iveta Zatočilová: Study of the electrical properties of the production silicon strip sen-sors and test structures for the ATLAS ITk Project (in English, on-line)

Seminar is held in person, but it will be also available at ZOOM link . In-person presence is preferred.

Lukáš Chlad (NPI CAS Řež)

20.4.2022 at 16:00

Strangeness in heavy-ion collisions measured with HADES

Seminar is held in person, but it will be also available at ZOOM link . In-person presence is preferred.

Otokar Dragoun (ÚJF AVČR)

6.4.2022 at 16:00

The KATRIN experiment reduced the upper limit of the neutrino mass below 0.8 eV

“Hybrid” seminar –  ZOOM link . Everybody, who is present in person at IPNP, is welcome to come to watch the seminar in the A945 (tranditional seminar) room.

Evgeny Gelfer (FZU AVČR)

23.3.2022 at 16:00

ELI Beamlines and laser-matter interaction at extreme intensities

Seminar is held in person, but it will be also available at ZOOM link . In-person presence is preferred.

Bedřich Roskovec (ÚČJF MFF)

9.3.2022 at 16:00

Revealing Neutrino Properties at the Daya Bay and JUNO Experiments

Seminar is held in person, but it will be also available at ZOOM link . In-person presence is preferred.

Chieh-Jen Yang (NPI Řež)

2.3.2022 at 16:00

More is different: Particle‐number‐dependence in effective field theory

Seminar is held in person, but it will be also available at ZOOM link . In=person presence is preferred.

Jakub Kandra (ÚČJF MFF)

23.2.2022 at 16:00

The Belle II vertex detector alignment studies and the time dependent CP violation analysis

Seminar is held in person, but it will be also available at ZOOM link . In=person presence is preferred.