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Informationsmøde om nye studieordninger for kommende kandidatstuderende på fysik

21 November 2014 kl. 12:30

Er du i tvivl om, hvordan studieordningsændringerne fra studieåret 2015/16 kommer til at påvirke din kommende eller igangværende kandidatuddannelse? Read more

Science Dating 2014

21 November 2014 kl. 13:00

Årets Science Dating for studerende, forskere og erhvervsliv på Nano-Science Center. Read more

Quantum Optics Colloquium by Aurelien Dantan

21 November 2014 kl. 13:00

Collective optomechanics with flexible membrane arrays
Aurelien Dantan, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University Read more

Quantum Optics Seminar by Jonatan Bohr Brask

25 November 2014 kl. 13:00 Sharp

Title: Noisy Quantum Magnetometry
Jonatan Bohr Brask, University of Geneva, Switzerland Read more

QDev Seminar: Lukasz Cywinski

25 November 2014 kl. 15:15

DYNAMICS OF ENTANGLEMENT OF TWO SPINS Read more

DANMARKS FREMTID OG FORSKNINGENS FREMSKRIDT

26 November 2014

Foredrag tilrettelagt af mag.art. Bent Raymond Jørgensen, onsdage kl. 17.00 – 19.00 - kræver tilmelding Read more

Jérôme Chappellaz

26 November 2014 kl. 10.00

Jérôme Chappellaz will receive the prestigious Niels Bohr Medal of Honour and give a talk. See the program for the day... Read more

Niels Bohr Medal of Honour, Jérôme Chappellaz

26 November 2014 kl. 14.00

Jérôme Chappellaz is the receiver of this years Niels Bohr Medal of Honour. Date: November 26.
Programme:
14.00-15.00 Presentation of the Medal and talk by Jérôme Chappellaz
15.00-16.00 Reception outside Aud. 1 (in front of the mosaic, opposite the canteen) Read more

DEN HARMONISKE BEGEJSTRING

27 November 2014

Tilrettelagt af mag.art. Bent Raymond Jørgensen, onsdage kl. 19.30 – 21.30 - kræver tilmelding Read more

NBIA Colloquium by Anvar Shukurov: The Neolithic revolution

28 November 2014 kl. 14.15

The Neolithic, the last epoch of the Stone Age, saw a fundamental change in human prehistory. Hunting and food gathering gave way to agriculture and stock breeding. The transition to food production has changed the humankind profoundly. The modern man is essentially a product of the Neolithic. These processes, evidenced by radiocarbon dating, genetic and archaeological data, are consistent with basic models of mathematical population dynamics. Read more

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