Research at Jungfraujoch – Vision and Mission Statement 2015-2050
  • 2015

Research at Jungfraujoch – Vision and Mission Statement 2015-2050

Strategy for further developing the capabilities and infrastructure of the unique, internationally
renowned High Altitude Research Station Jungfraujoch and for maintaining its clean environment.
Update Roadmap Astronomy 2015
  • 2015

Update to the Roadmap for Astronomy in Switzerland 2007 - 2016

Das Collegium der Schweizer Astronomie-Professoren (CHAPS) hat im Frühjahr 2015, auf Initiative der Kommission für Astronomie der Platform MAP, einen Update der vor acht Jahren publizierten "Roadmap for Astronomy in Switzerland 2007-2016" publiziert.
Superkamiokande, Kamioka, Japan
  • 06.10.2015

Nobel Prize in Physics 2015 for the discovery of neutrino oscillations

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2015 recognises Takaaki Kajita in Japan and Arthur B. McDonald in Canada, for their key contributions to the experiments which demonstrated that neutrinos change identities. This metamorphosis requires that neutrinos have mass. The discovery has changed our understanding of the innermost workings of matter and can prove crucial to our view of the universe.

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Mitteilungsband Nr. 38
  • 23.10.2016
  • Notizie

Vernissage Mitteilungsband Nr. 38

Der Vorstand der ANG unter dem Präsidenten Dr. Fritz Wenzinger hatte sich entschlossen, das Werk, das in den letzten zweieinhalb Jahren entstanden ist, anlässlich einer Feier vorzustellen.
ANG-Fokus 2|2016
  • 2016
  • ANG
  • Rivista

ANG-Fokus 2|2016

ANG Vereinsheft Ausgabe 2|2016
Prof. Philippe Mermod, particle physicist at the University of Geneva and at CERN
  • 28.09.2016
  • Notizie

Track and trap – the long search for magnetic monopoles

Is there an elementary particle carrying magnetic charge? This fundamental question is being addressed by an experiment currently performed at CERN near Geneva. Recently the MoEDAL research collaboration published its first findings. No discovery has been made so far, but now the experiment will enter in its hot period. Prof. Philippe Mermod and his team at the University of Geneva play a vital role in the search for the hypothesized fundamental magnetic particle.
Marco Valente with the poster awarded on the occasion of the CHIPP/SPS annual meeting 2016 in Lugano. Photo: B. Vogel
  • 14.09.2016
  • Notizie

Precision with a Broad Benefit

Marco Valente is a PhD student, born in Ticino and is currently working at the University of Geneva. He is evaluating the performance of a method from which it is expected to improve important measurements of the ATLAS experiment at CERN. For his current studies, the 23 years old researcher has just been awarded with a poster prize given by the Swiss Physical Society (SPS).
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  • University of Bern
  • Seminario
  • Bern

Seminar Klima- und Umweltphysik

Mondays, 16:15-17:30