Wigner Kollokvium

Wigner kollokvium: Prof. Jonathan Selinger - Understanding Higgs through Liquid Crystals, and Understanding Liquid Crystals through Higgs

2016. április 5.
KFKI campus 1. épület
The Higgs mechanism is famous as a phenomenon in high-energy physics, which connects fundamental considerations of order and symmetry with the masses of particles. Indeed, the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Peter Higgs and François Englert for their theoretical work on this mechanism, which was recently confirmed by the discovery of the Higgs boson at CERN.

Prof. Petra Rudolf - See atoms move in real time: ultrafast electron diffraction

2016. február 09.
MTA Wigner Fizikai Kutatóközpont
Time-resolved electron diffraction is a unique tool for providing direct and detailed information on the structural dynamics of solid surfaces, nano-sized materials, molecules and atomically thin layers, thanks to the high cross section for interaction between electron and matter.

BEATRIX HIESMAYR (University of Vienna) - The missing antimatter puzzle and security of quantum cryptography

2014. október 21. 14:00
MTA Wigner FK SZFI Tanácsterem
Wigner Kollokvium: Szemináriumsorozat indul útjára, ahol kiemelt témákról nemzetközi szakértők közérthető módon adnak elő.