Geburtstagskolloquium für Professor Stephan Paul
Prof. Dr. Simon Eydelman (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics and Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia): From light hadrons to heavy flavours
Hadron physics that developed rather smoothly in eighties and nineties got a strong boost at the beginning of this century. The new era was initiated by an explosion of experimental activity, first of all at e+e- and hadron colliders, as well as by advances in quantum chromodynamics. Huge data samples collected in experiments of the new generation necessitated principally novel multidimensional approaches in data analysis allowing discoveries of the new states to be made. We discuss selected results in hadron spectroscopy and searches for various symmetries.
Student event: Meet the speaker
We invite you to a student-only discussion-round with Prof. Dr. Simon Eydelman before his Munich Physics Colloquium talk. Be curious and feel free to ask any question.
Monday, 13 November 2017, 16:00 h, Seminar room PH 3076 (upper floor), Physik-Department der TUM, James-Franck-Straße 1, Garching