Upcoming events

Second Newsletter 2016
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  • Lecture Series on "Neutrinos", March 6th - 10th, 2017
    Lecturer: Alexei Smirnov (MPI for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg)
  • Bethe Forum "Discrete Symmetries", April 3rd - 7th, 2017
    Convenors: Steve King (Southampton), Stefan Antusch (Basel), Hans Peter Nilles (Bonn) and Andreas Trautner (Bonn)
  • Bethe-Colloquium by Richard Neher, May 4th, 2017
  • Bethe Forum "SUSY breakdown confronting LHC and other data", May 29th - June 2nd, 2017
    Convenors: Xerxes Tata (Hawaii), Manuel Drees (Bonn), Hans Peter Nilles (Bonn), Stefan Pokorski (Warsaw)

Further information will be given as soon as it is available.

Bethe Forum Lecture Series on "Neutrinos"

06.03.2017 – 10.03.2017
Poster Lecture Series Neutrinos
We are happy to announce the Lecture Series on "Neutrinos", taking place from 6th to 10th March, 2017, in the Bethe Center for Theoretical Physics in Bonn. The lectures will be held by Alexei Smirnov (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, Germany).

Topics include

  • Masses, mixing and oscillations
  • Flavor transformations in matter
  • Phenomenology of neutrinos from various sources
  • Mass hierarchy and CP-violation
  • Beyond the 3-neutrino paradigm
  • Neutrino masses: towards the underlying physics
For more information and the application see the webpage.

XXIX Workshop - Beyond the Standard Model

20.03.2017 – 23.03.2017
Bad Honnef Poster
From March 20th to March 23rd, 2017, the yearly workshop "Beyond the Standard Model" will take place at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef. The workshop focuses on recent developments in the theory of fundamental particles, the physics of the early universe, and mathematical physics. There will be four introductory pedagogical lectures as well as shorter talks by the participants.
The topics and speakers of the pedagogical lectures are:
  • G. Arutyunov (Hamburg): Quantum Integrable Models in the AdS/CFT correspondence
  • D. Berman (London): An introduction to double and exceptional field theory
  • A. Nielsen (Hannover): Gravitational Waves and Black Holes
  • J. Wells (Ann Arbor): Particle Physics - Quo Vadis?
For more information and registration see the webpage.