About us

Extremes collide in outer space: unimaginable distances, gigantic galaxies - as well as tiny particles that are, however, of substantial significance for the development of the Universe. In order to be able to explore the developmental steps and epochs of the Universe, different areas in physics have to work together. In the Excellence Cluster Universe, nuclear and particle physicists, cosmologists, astronomers and astrophysicists join forces to shed light on the secrets of the Universe. Read more ...

 

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12.05.2015

The weakest magnetic field in the solar system

Magnetic fields easily penetrate matter. Creating a space practically devoid of magnetic fields thus presents a great challenge. An international ...

06.05.2015

First XXL GEM detector for ALICE

The largest detector ever built based on the GEM technology was assembled in the past few weeks by a group of scientists led by Prof. Laura Fabbietti ...

13.04.2015

First detailed guide to spotting dark matter

Scientists on the Dark Energy Survey have released the first in a series of dark matter maps of the cosmos. These maps, created with one of the ...

public events

12.07.2015, 11:00

Café & Kosmos Matinee: Die dunkle Seite des Universums

Café & Kosmos Matinee im Atelier von Ugo Dossi bei Murnau: Astronomen wissen, dass sie...

14.07.2015, 19:00

Café & Kosmos: LHC Neustart: Die Jagd nach neuen Teilchen geht weiter

Mit einer bisher unerreichten Rekordenergie von 13 Tera-Elektronenvolt kollidieren seit dem 3....

scientific events

30.06.2015

ESO Lectures: Presupernova evolution, explosion and nucleosynthesis of massive stars

The series of lectures will focus mainly on the evolution, explosion and nucleosynthesis of massive...

01.07.2015

ESO Lectures: Presupernova evolution, explosion and nucleosynthesis of massive stars (part 2)

The series of lectures will focus mainly on the evolution, explosion and nucleosynthesis of massive...

01.07.2015

Universe Colloquium: Triggering and feedback from Active Galactic Nuclei

Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) play a key role in the formation and evolution of galaxies through...

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